At Greenhills Dental Practice, our team of dentists offer a full range of cosmetic treatments from white fillings, veneers, tooth coloured crowns, tooth whitening and dental implants.
We can also soften the signs of ageing with wrinkle reduction and fillers.
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Tooth coloured fillings have become more and more popular over the past 10 years. With advances in materials they are strong, long-lasting and they look amazing. We offer either white or silver fillings for any filling and additionally offer replacement of traditional silver fillings on back teeth from just £45. White fillings on front teeth will cost from around £15.
Crowns have been widely used in dentistry for decades. A crown is a laboratory made restoration commonly referred to as a cap that fits over a broken down tooth – mostly teeth that have been heavily filled or have had root canal treatment in the past.
Crowns on back teeth range from standard silver crowns for around £90 to cosmetic white crowns from £195. White crowns are available as standard on front teeth for around £120. Your dentist will discuss the different types of white crowns available – either porcelain bonded to metal or all ceramic (i.e) completely metal free.
Veneers are similar to crowns but instead of covering the whole tooth they bond directly to the front of a tooth. They can be used to improve the shape, size and colour of front teeth. Prices range from around £120 to £250 per tooth.
Tooth whitening is a simple treatment that aims to bring the brightness back to your smile. As dentists you can be assured we use a material that is safe for your teeth. Results are quick after a few days of use patients report an improvement in colour and as our material has a de-sensitising agent, issues with sensitivity are minimal. The cost is £199 for upper and lower bleaching trays and 4 syringes of whitening gel (1 syringe lasts approx. 1-1.5wk).
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.
At the practice we are able to offer treatment for facial aesthetics. Having a detailed knowledge of facial anatomy provides an excellent basis when planning facial aesthetic treatment.
Whether you are looking at softening lines or reducing the signs of ageing we can provide various treatments.
We can provide a consultation for treatments that soften lines and reduce wrinkles. This can be used in many areas around the face for various applications. Most frequently it is used to soften lines that are present in the forehead, "frown lines" on the brow and also "crow's feet" around the eyes. This treatment generally lasts between 3-6 months. We can discuss with you the treatment options available and what could benefit you.
We can also provide dermal fillers to treat lips to replace or add volume to give fuller more youthful looking lips and also help reduce the sign of vertical lines on the upper lip. The dermal fillers we use are temporary, and tend to last 6- 12 months.
Greenhills Dental Practice are proud to be an NHS committed practice and provide all forms of NHS dental treatment.
We believe in being completely transparent about the treatments we offer and their costs. Whether you are having NHS treatment or are having more complex private treatments, we will always explain your treatment options and the costs involved, prior to treatment commencing. Where there are a range of treatment options available to you, we will explain the benefits of each, allowing you to have all the information you need before deciding which suits you best.
NHS treatment is free for:
☑ Everyone under 18 years of age
☑ Those under 19 years of age and who are in full-time education
☑ Pregnant and nursing mothers, until the baby is 12 months old
☑ Those with certificated exemption from payment because of income.
Unless you are in one of the groups entitled to free NHS dental treatment or help with the cost, you will need to pay for your NHS dental treatment up to a maximum patient contribution of £384 per single course of treatment.
For a comprehensive list of NHS fees, please visit the Scottish Dental website at
The maximum cost you will pay for one course of NHS treatment is £384.
The Scottish Government have produced a leaflet providing information on NHS dental costs and how to get help with these
We accept secure payment by most major credit /debit cards.
We offer all registered patients an appointment within 24 hours for emergency treatment, however we will always
endeavour to see you as soon as possible. Unregistered patients may be seen if the time is available.
If you feel an emergency appointment is required, please phone us as early as possible on 01355576074 or 01355576075
so that we can arrange an appointment with you. If you phone us at 8.30am, you will be offered an appointment that day.
We will do our best to try to make this at a time convenient to you. This may not always be possible, so please try your best
to be flexible. If you are unable to attend at the available time on the day we shall try and accommodate you as soon as possible.
If you experience an emergency out with the practice opening hours, please call NHS24 on 111.
This is available from 6pm on weekdays and at any time on weekends.
Please note, if you have concerns please phone us immediately.