Costs of Braces | Fees & Financing | Pallant Orthodontics

How much will your orthodontic treatment cost?

Orthodontic treatment can require significant financial investment, but we believe a great smile and healthy teeth are an asset everyone should have. That’s why we are proud to offer affordable, interest-free treatment repayment for up to a two year period (with absolutely no down-payment!) through Tabeo Finance. We also provide repayment plans over a 5 year period at 9.9% APR, meaning you could pay your treatment in as little as £90 per month! What’s more, if you ever want to make a lump-sum payment, you can do so at no extra charge on your Tabeo account. You can achieve a straight smile on your own terms, no matter your budget.

The cost of orthodontic treatment is influenced by many factors including the complexity and length of the treatment, as well as the type of appliance used. The bespoke treatment plan you will receive as part of your initial consultation will include the cost of your treatment, but here is an initial guide to our prices.

Treatment Cost
Clear Aligners including Invisalign £2995 - £6500
*£187.50 / month over 24 months with no deposit*
Fixed Braces (train tracks) £2995 - £6500
*£187.50 / month over 24 months with no deposit*
Complimentary consultation with treatment coordinator Nil
Private initial consultation with orthodontist £95.00
iTero scan From £275
Emergency / one-off appointment From £195
X-Ray (private referral - patients not registered at the practice) £70.00
Mouthguard From £75
Removable retainers
Single arch £160.00
Both arches £300.00
Fixed bonded retainers
  • Single arch
  • Both arches
Fixed and removable retainers
Single arch £420.00
  • Both arches
Initial hygiene consultation £90.00
Hygiene appointment Adult - £85.00
Child - £85.00
Whitening From £375.00

*Other than emergency and retainer fees, all fees are subject to confirmation following the provision of a written report. Fees vary with the complexity of treatment.*

*A set of retainers will be included in any course of treatment and is not an additional fee.*