These prices are set by the government. For the full list of NHS dentist prices check out the complete document on NHS prices here.
Example NHS dental treatments in greater detail:
Treatments Which Do Not Involve Dental Surgery
Scaling, polishing and simple periodontal treatment, including oral hygiene instruction Per course of treatment.
Treatment of periodontal diseases requiring more than 1 visit including oral hygiene instruction, scaling, polishing and marginal correction of fillings. Per course of treatment
Treatment of chronic periodontal diseases including root-planing, deep scaling and, where required, marginal correction of restorations, irrigation of periodontal pockets, sub-gingival curettage and/or gingival packing of affected teeth, and all necessary scaling and polishing.
Surgical Dental Treatments
Gingivectomy, gingivoplasty and similar procedures, with post-operative management. The first 2 adjacent teeth in one jaw
Raising and replacement of a mucoperiosteal flap with any necessary curettage, root planing and bone resection
Free gingival grafts including raising tissue from a donor site and preparation of a recipient site, with post-operative instruction and management
Simple excision of soft tissue to lengthen crowns in connection with veneers, crowns, bridges, dentures, and/or obturators.
Permanent fillings, including any dressings, pulp capping, or other preparatory treatment
Tunnel restorations in permanent or retained deciduous teeth, undertaken to conserve sound tooth structure as an alternative to treatment.
Additional fee for patients with an exceptional medical condition for the replacement of 1 or more amalgam fillings.
Treatment of any surface of a permanent tooth using glass ionomer cement, where the tooth would otherwise be extracted.
Facing or refacing a permanent upper tooth anterior to the first premolar, normally for patients aged 17 years or over, and including acid etch retention, other necessary preparation of the enamel and temporary coverage of the tooth
Inlays and Crowns
In permanent teeth and in retained deciduous teeth, normally for patients aged 17 years or over, inclusive of all preparation, dressing, pulp capping, pins incorporated in castings, cores fabricated in the mouth and temporary coverage during construction)
Normally for patients over 17 years. Fees are inclusive of all preparatory treatment, dressing, pulp capping, pins incorporated in castings and cores fabricated in the mouth.
Administration of a single intravenous sedative agent or inhalation sedation, using a dedicated machine capable of delivering a fixed maximum level of nitrous oxide and a fixed minimum level of oxygen when providing inhalation sedation, by a doctor or a dentist other than the dentist carrying out the treatment to include any preliminary investigation and blood testing.
Provision of dentures in synthetic resin, including all necessary backing and tagging. Full upper and lower dentures.
For conditions of the gingivae/oral mucosa (including pericoronitis, ulcers and herpetic lesions), including any necessary oral hygiene instruction and/or the issue of a prescription
For the full list of NHS dentist prices as set by the government check out the complete document on NHS prices here.
Also check out the NHS guide to helping with health costs in Scotland.