NHS dental treatment charges in England rise by 8.5% - here's what you need to know
NHS dental treatment costs in England have risen by around 8.5% this week. It means the cost of a routine check-up has increased from £23.80 to £25.80, while more complex treatments, such as crowns, will now cost £306.80 (up from £282.80).
25 April 2023
Under 26s can now get free NHS dental treatment in Scotland
Anyone aged 25 and under who is registered with a Scottish dental practice can now get free NHS treatment. The change takes force immediately and patients aren’t required to opt-in. Those who started a course of NHS treatment before their 26th birthday can also now get this for free.
25 August 2021
April price rises have kicked in - act now to beat the hikes
A new wave of price hikes hit today, from council tax and prescriptions to energy and broadband - and while you can't stop the rises, there are still plenty of ways to cut these bills
1 April 2019
Cost of NHS dental care to rise next month
Charges for NHS dental services in England are set to rise by 5% on 1 April, the Government has announced - so if you've been meaning to go to the dentist, see if you can go before then to avoid paying extra
13 March 2019
Cost of NHS prescriptions and dental care to rise next month
The charge for an NHS prescription and NHS dental care in England will rise from 1 April, the Government has announced
17 March 2017
NHS dental charges to rise by 5% from 1 April
The cost of NHS dental check-ups and treatment will increase by 5% next month
22 March 2016
11 ways to beat new tax year changes: Act now and you can gain £1,000s
Massive changes are afoot both for the new tax year and many parts of the public sector change their prices then too
25 March 2015
Prescription and dental charges to rise in April
NHS prescription and dental charges will increase in England from 1 April, the Department of Health has today announced
12 March 2015
OFT calls for dentist industry shake-up
The Office of Fair Trading found some dentists deliberately push patients into expensive private care
29 May 2012
NHS prescription charges to be scrapped in Scotland
NHS prescription charges will be abolished in Scotland next month but they will rise in England
4 March 2011
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