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General Dentistry – Fee Guide for Patients

Please note items below are per-unit as a guide; a discount is applied for multiple items. Treatment plans are costed and agreed between parties prior to commencement. A written treatment plan is included in our initial consultation.

Payment Terms

We kindly ask that payments are made for each appointment as they are completed. We accept cash, cheque and all major credit & debit cards. A receipt is always issued at the end of each treatment session.

Tax Relief

Many of the procedures we provide (e.g. implant crowns, bridges etc) qualify for tax relief at the standard rate (20%).

At the end of treatment we will provide and help complete a Med 2 form for you which you may use to claim your tax relief.

Cancellation Policy

We would ask for at least 24 hours notice if you have to cancel your appointment. This gives us the opportunity to offer the appointment to someone else.

Fee in Euros

Consultation

Dental Health Check and X-rays 45
Dental Health Check, X-rays and Scale & Polish 65
Scale & Polish only 45
Childrens Exam 40

Fillings

Metal filling (amalgam) from 60
Tooth coloured filling (composite) from 80

Root Canal Treatment

Anterior 350
Premolars 400
Molars 600

Dentures

Partial Acrylic Denture from 350
Full Denture 500
Full/Full Denture 800

Crown & Bridge

Crowns 800
Veneers 800
Teeth Whitening 300

Specialist Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry – Fee Guide for Patients

At Dublin St. Dental Clinic we also have a dental specialist who provides a comprehensive range of surgical, implant, restorative and cosmetic treatment. We feel that our patients who have a need for complex dental procedures should be cared for by those trained specifically to deal with advanced cases. Up until recently many patients requiring complex treatments had to travel to Dublin or further afield to seek specialist care. By having our specialist on site we can provide such treatment for our patients locally. This is of benefit particularly as such treatments often involve multiple appointments and allows for your after-care on your doorstep.
Dr. Tom Canning has a practice limited to Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry at the Dublin St. Dental Clinic. He has undertaken an accredited 3 year full-time training programme in Prosthodontics and is fully qualified in the field of Prosthodontics and implant dentistry. Dr. Canning accepts referrals from general dental practitioners to provide specialist dental treatment where necessary.
Dr. Canning is accredited with the Irish Committee for Specialist Training in Dentistry.

Payment Terms

Prosthodontic fees quoted here are a guide and are accurate from June 2016. Note: prosthodontic fee items are private fees and as such, are not covered by the State schemes (PRSI and Medical Card). As is our practice policy, all patients are provided with a written treatment plan and quotation before any treatment is undertaken. Discounts are provided for extensive cases where multiple units of treatment are being provided. Our team will discuss this with you during your consultation visit. We kindly ask that payments are made for each appointment as they are completed. We accept cash, cheque and all major credit & debit cards. A receipt is always issued at the end of each treatment session.

Tax Relief

Most prosthodontic procedures (e.g. implant crowns, bridges etc) qualify for tax relief at the standard rate (20%).

At the end of treatment we will provide and help complete a Med 2 form for you which you may use to claim your tax relief.

Fee in Euros

Consultation

Consultation 80
Crown 800
Veneer 800
Bridge Unit 500
Implant 1200
Implant Crown from 800
Cobalt Chromium Partial Denture from 1000
Implant Retained Denture from 2000