Treatment List & Pricing


Routine Dental Care

If your mouth feels in bad shape, then it is likely you will feel poorly as well. By regularly checking the health of your mouth, teeth and gums, we will help you look after the health of your mouth and indirectly of the whole of your body so you look and feel better.

Routine care involves assessing your oral health, cleaning your teeth and restoring your teeth. Dental work may be carried out according to NHS regulations or you may choose independent options. All your options will be presented to you in a clear and transparent way so you can make an informed decision about what is best for you.

Cosmetic Options

Restoring the appearance as well as the function of your teeth is also important. We offer options that can provide tooth-coloured fillings on both front and back teeth, life-like crowns and veneers as well as improving the shade of your teeth using our tooth whitening systems.

Oral Hygiene

Supporting your teeth with healthy gums is very important. We have a dental therapist that provides comfortable and attentive dental hygiene services to maintain clean and healthy teeth and gums. For just £6 a month you can spread the cost of two private hygiene visits worth £80 a year and receive complimentary whitening gel worth £60, plus a host of other benefits. More information is available on our Hygiene Lounge page or by calling our team on 0141 3320793.

If you would like to find out more about any of the treatments and services that we currently offer, then please do not hesitate to give us a call. Our friendly team are on hand to discuss your options.

Dental Emergencies

If you are a registered patient and experience either severe pain, facial swelling, or bleeding please contact the practice at the earliest opportunity for advice.

We will do our best to assist non-registered patients in the same way but patients with booked appointments will be given priority but we will do our best to treat you.

If you have an emergency that occurs outside normal practice hours, then please call NHS 24 on 111.



Amalgam filling
A standard filling for everyday value
from £22from £7.56
White fillings (front)
Our standard tooth-coloured filling
from £199
(Special tooth build-up)
from £12.96
White fillings (back)
Our standard tooth-coloured filling
from £55
Private options provide alternative materials
from £249from £73.60
Root Canal Treatment
Endodontic treatment
(molar tooth)
from £40.92
Replacement teeth
from £250
from £153.68
Available in various options
from £200from £82.76
Fitted perfectly to your teeth
from £249from £90.32

Tooth Whitening


Scale and polish
Regular cleaning of your teeth
Extensive cleaning
More intensive cleaning to build up your oral health
£350from £34.44


Mouth Protection

Mouth Guards
Available in a variety of colours to use during sports
from £55

Tooth Straightening

Anti Wrinkle

Anti-wrinkle treatment
(3 facial areas)


How do I make an appointment/register with the practice?
It’s really easy to make an appointment, simply call our friendly reception team!
If you are a new patient they will take a few details from you; if you are an existing patient we will ask you to confirm your date of birth in order to locate your record.
You can also email us to request an appointment.
What can I expect at my dental visit?
You will be asked to complete a short medical history questionnaire that will assist the dental team. You will also be asked to sign an NHS form.
NHS regulations place an obligation on us to ask you to sign an NHS form every time you visit for a check up and to keep your medical history details up to date.
One of our team will then collect you from our reception are and show you to the surgery. You will be provided with a written plan of any treatment required and any associated NHS costs.
Once your appointment is complete you will complete your visit at reception where we will advise you of any forward appointments and costs due. We provide a complimentary text reminder for your appointments.
What about private options?
Private dentistry simply refers to providing options that are not available on the NHS. Private options have separate fees to the NHS options as the fees are not set by the government but by us. This reflects the different materials, time, expertise and type of treatment that is provided.
I am on benefits. What about free treatment?
When you complete a medical history questionnaire and sign an NHS dental form, this will ask about any support you receive in the form of a benefit. NHS dental treatment will be free if you receive the following benefits:
• Income Support
• Income-based Job Seekers Allowance
• Pension Credit guarantee Credit
• Income Related Employment Support Allowance
• NHS Tax Credit Exemption Certificate
• Universal Credit
This list is set by the government and so we have no control over which benefits are included.
How long will my appointment last?
This will vary depending on the type of visit you have. A dental exam can last 15 minutes, whilst more complex treatments will take longer. We will advise you of the length of your appointment.
I am scared of the dentist, what are my options?
Dental anxiety is common and should not stop you taking care of your oral health. We can perform treatments when you are relaxed using a simple injection.
All NHS prices are fixed by the government. These prices may also change when the government changes the prices for NHS dentistry. NHS dentistry is subsidised, which means our non-NHS prices will be higher. However this reflects treatment options that are not funded by the NHS, for example white fillings on certain teeth, life-like crowns and tooth whitening.
If you are required to contribute to your NHS dental costs, we will ask for this at the end of each visit. You can make payment in cash, cheque, with a debit or credit card or via PayPal.
Can I spread payments for dental treatment?
Yes. We offer an interest free credit option through Finance 4 Patients. Please ask to speak with our business manager who will be delighted to take you though the options. Finance is not available for NHS treatments.
My details have changed, what do I do?
Please simply send us an email or call us and we can update your records to reflect the changes.
Protecting your data
All your information remains confidential and we have data protection, confidentiality and privacy policies that set out how we look after your information. We only use the information that you give us to provide dental services to you.
If you are not happy with the service that you have received, please contact us either by telephone, email or letter. We have a complaints policy that sets out how we manage feedback and complaints.

Woodside Dental Practice
Woodside Health & Care Centre
891 Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7ER


0141 332 0793

If you wish to raise an issue about any aspect of the service that we provide, please contact the Practice using the details above. You can ask to see our complaints policy and our terms of service at any time.

8 + 15 =

Andrea Fowler GDC number 77619. General Dental Council
If you wish to feed back on an aspect of the care that you receive or if you wish to request a copy of our complaints procedure, please call, write or email us in the first instance at:
Woodside Dental Practice, Woodside Health & Care Centre 891 Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7ER. 0141 3320793

If you are not happy with the response provided you may also contact your relevant Health Board or:
Scottish Public Services Ombudsman, Freepost EH641, Edinburgh EH3 0BR, telephone 0800 377 7330.