All treatment that is, in your dentist's opinion, clinically necessary to protect and maintain good oral health is available on the NHS. This means the NHS provides any treatment that you need to keep your mouth, teeth, and gums healthy and free of pain, including:
Dental implants and orthodontic treatment, such as braces, are available on the NHS, but only if there's a medical need for the treatment.
NHS dental treatment does not include cosmetic treatments that are not clinically necessary, such as teeth whitening. Cosmetic treatments like this are used to improve the appearance of your teeth and make them look more attractive, and are only available privately.
If you're interested in having any cosmetic dental treatments, you should ask your dentist how much private treatment will cost. Charges for any private treatment will be added to the charges for your NHS treatment.
Once registered with an NHS dentist, you stay on that dentist's patient list for 24 months. This registration period will be extended if you return for another examination or further treatment during that period. However, if you don't keep up your regular appointments, you will be removed from the NHS patient list.
Read NHS leaflet on dental charges in Englandhere