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The National Health Service (Dental Charges) Regulations 2005

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Regulation 4(2)

SCHEDULE 2Band 2 Charges – Treatment

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(a)non-surgical periodontal treatment including root-planing, deep scaling, irrigation of periodontal pockets and subgingival curettage and all necessary scaling and polishing

(b)surgical periodontal treatment, including gingivectomy, gingivoplasty or removal of an operculum

(c)surgical periodontal treatment, including raising and replacement of a mucoperiostal flap, curettage, root planing and bone resection

(d)free gingival grafts

(e)permanent fillings in amalgam, composite resin, synthetic resin, glass ionomer, compomers, silicate or silico-phosphate, including acid etch retention

(f)sealant restorations

(g)endodontic treatment of permanent or retained deciduous teeth

(h)pulpotomy

(i)apicectomy

(j)extraction of teeth

(k)transplantation of teeth

(l)oral surgery including surgical removal of cyst, buried root, unerupted tooth, impacted tooth or exostosed tooth and alveolectomy

(m)soft tissue surgery in relation to the buccal cavity and lips

(n)frenectomy, frenoplasty and frenotomy

(o)relining and rebasing dentures including soft linings

(p)addition of tooth, clasp, labial or buccal flange to dentures

(q)splints (other than laboratory fabricated splints) in relation to periodontally compromised teeth and in connection with external trauma

(r)bite raising appliances (other than laboratory fabricated appliances)

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