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Dr Fiona McMichen | Dr Richard Brooks



Prior to entering the clinic we usually have an approximate idea of the likely cost for your treatment based on information from your own dentist. However Dr McMichen will always make her own assessment of your tooth before embarking on any treatment and will confirm any treatment costs with you. You will always have a consultation prior to treatment where a full assessment of your probelm will be carried out. At this stage a diagnosis and treatment plan can be drawn together. In many cases it is necessary to be seen for a consultation appointment prior to embarking on any treatment. However with certain teeth it may be possible to link the a treatment appointment with your consultation. The information sent by your dentist helps Dr. McMichen decide which appointment is most appropriate for you. The consultation involves reviewing and updating your medical details and any problems you may be experiencing with your tooth. Your tooth is then inspected and a series of comfortable tests are carried out to assess any signs and symptoms of diesase present and to confirm that the tooth is restorable. Usually your own dentist will have forwarded some details and we can then confirm whether the problem has altered in any way. One or two radiographs of the tooth may then be taken to help with the diagnosis. A diagnosis and treatment plan will then be discussed with you and the fee for any proposed treatment will then be confirmed. During your consultation Dr McMichen will discuss the probable number of visits, their length, and the fees involved. A consultation is  £150. Endodontic fees are based on the complexity of the case and each tooth is assessed on it's own merits.In addition to the consultation treatments  generally range from £975 to £1,500 some are less and a small number of very complex cases can be more but a full quote will always be given prior to starting any treatment. It is our policy that your care is paid for at the time of treatment. We are able to accept cash, cheques, debit and some credit cards. Because of the unique nature of our clinic and the complex cases we treat, it is not possible for us to accept insurance in lieu of payment. We will help you complete any forms required by your insurance carrier so that you may obtain any reimbursements due you. Please do call us if you need any further information we will be delighted to help you.