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Practice Update (reviewed 14 December 2020)
If you are a private patient please contact us
If you are an NHS patient we are seeing NHS patients in accordance with guidance from the Chief Dental Officer.
We are currently seeing:
NHS cases which are urgent or an emergency after triage
NHS cases which require treatment which is outstanding
***If you still have treatment outstanding and have not yet made contact with us please will you *
We are not yet in a situation to resume NHS check up appointments & we will update our web page here for you as soon as we have attended to our treatments
NHS Charges have increased on 14 December 2020:
Band 1 £23.80 Band 2 £65.20 Band 3 £282.80 Urgent care £23.80
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Why choose North Park Dental?
We provide both NHS and Private dental care from our modern dental practice on North Park Road, Harrogate.
We are inspected by the CQC and the Yorkshire Deanery.
You can access our CQC report here:
What can you expect from our expert dental practice?
General dentistry covering all your needs for healthy teeth and gums:
Private, cosmetic dentistry offering an array of options to enhance your teeth.
Treatment provided includes:
- Urgent appointments
- Teeth whitening
- Family appointments
- Hygiene appointments
Join our Practice
At the moment, we are not allowed to accept any more NHS patients as we have reached our quota.
However, we do have space to accept new private patients. If you would like to join us, please;
1) Contact us on 01423 503547
2) Email firstname.lastname@example.org
3) You can pop into the practice and ask.
It really is as easy at that!
Dentistry is one of the very few National Health Services that you have to pay for.
This section explains what you will have to pay for, and when you may not have to pay.
The treatment that your dentist believes is necessary to achieve and maintain good oral health is available on the NHS. This means that the NHS provides treatment you need to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy and free of pain.
Depending on what you need to have done, you should only ever be asked to pay one charge for each complete course of treatment, even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it.
There are three standard charges for all NHS dental treatments;
From 01 April 2019;
Band one course of treatment - £23.80
This covers an examination, diagnosis (including x-rays), advice on how to prevet future problems, a scale and polish if needed, and application of fluoride varnish or fissure sealant.
Band two course of treatment - £65.20
This covers everything listed in band one above, plus fillings, root canal work, or removal of teeth.
Band three course of treatment - £282.20
This covers everything listed in band one and two above, plus crowns, dentures and bridges where applicable.
Denplan is the UK's leading dental payment plan specialist with over 6500 member dentists across the UK and approximately 1.8 million patients.
Your Denplan fees are set by your dentist, based on the amount of time you will spend with them and other members of the practice team during the year. Your dentist will also consider the costs of likely treatments based on your level of oral health.
Dentists set their own fees; these vary depending on the location of the practice, its overheads for meeting professional regulations, and the dental payment plan you agree. You can view details of the dental payment plans to check what is and isn't included in the products. Every Denplan care contract is between you and your dentist. Please confirm what is in your plan with your dentist.
Why might my fees change?
The amount you pay is dependent on your dentist's evaluation of your oral health and the amount of treatment you need. Your fee will reflect the amount of time your dentist and the dental team spend with you. If your oral health changes, this will be reflected in your fee. Additionally, Denplan dentists review their fees in line with business costs and professional regulations, such as the new infection control facilities required.
At North Park, we offer private dentistry and also private alternatives for NHS patients. We also offer tooth whitening as well as a range of cosmetic treatments for your teeth. Your dentist will be more than happy to discuss these options with you should you have any further questions.
Years of Experience
Dr. Laura Knox
Dr. Claire Fletcher
Dr. Jennifer Rawes
Dental Hygiene Therapist
Trainee dental nurse
GDC: Not registered
Receptionist and dental nurse
Great service and very professional
I'm grateful the dentist and other staff at the practice helped me feel happy and confident in myself, encouraged and not judged. Thank you so much.
Lovely place - all the staff are lovely.
Patient names not included in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. If you would like to give feedback or view our complaints procedure, please click here
North Park Dental Practice
3 North Park Road
Tel: 01423 503 547
Monday to Friday
8:45 - 13:00
14:00 - 17:30
The practice adheres to the General Dental Council's guidance; Standards for the Dental Team.
The GDC can be contacted;
37 Wimpole Street, London W1G 8DJ