Routine Dentistry in Forfar

Castle Street Dental is here to take care of all your family's oral hygiene needs. Please take a look at what types of dental treatments are available under routine dentistry and if you have any questions, please contact us here.

Routine check-ups

We believe in catching issues before they worsen. For that reason, we put a lot of faith in preventative dentistry. A regular checkup with our team at Castle Street Dental will help limit the chances of decay or disease.

NHS check up - no charge
Private check up- £42


One of the most common types of dental treatment carried out by any general dentist is a filling. These are used to treat cavities when they form. The procedure involves your dentist removing the decayed portion of your tooth and then filling the gap to prevent further decay.

Small Amalgam Filling - £8.44
Large Amalgam Filling - £21.60
Private White Filling - from £84.00 (as seen in the picture)

Root Canals

When the nerve of the tooth is compromised due to a crack or cavity bringing infection into your tooth, it may be necessary to have a root canal.

NHS root canal treatment (front tooth) - £45.52
Private root canal treatment (excluding filling) - from £189


If you have missing teeth, they can leave gaps in your smile. Not only that, but they can also put you at a greater risk of developing decay. Having crowns placed will help restore function to your bite and improve your confidence.

NHS single crown (front tooth) - £91.44
Posterior Zirconia crown or bridge (per unit) - £395.00 Anterior Zirconia crown (per unit) - £395.00
Anterior Advanced Aesthetic Crown (per unit) - £395.00

Dental Hygiene

With more adult teeth being lost through gum disease rather than tooth decay, regular dental hygiene treatment is essential to keeping your gums and teeth healthy.

Scale and polish - £42.00

Tooth extraction

If your tooth is damaged or decayed and can’t be repaired with a filling or crown first, your dentist may decide to remove (extract) the tooth as a last resort.

Simple Extraction (one tooth) - £14.12


A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available at Castle Street Dental: complete and partial dentures.

NHS complete upper and lower dentures - £205.12


Most frequent questions and answers

How do I sign up as a patient?

The best way to register with our practice is to contact us via our website or give us a call on 01307 462825. From there, one of our friendly staff members will sign you up and book an appointment.

My tooth was knocked out, how soon should I see a dentist?

Immediately. Getting to a dentist within 30 minutes can make the difference between saving and losing a tooth.

When should my child first see a dentist?

The ideal time for your child to meet the dentist is six months after their first (primary) teeth erupt.

I brush my teeth constantly but still have bad breath. What can I do?

Brushing and flossing are definitely the first steps to eliminating bad breath, along with ensuring that you regularly see your hygienist for routine scaling & polishing(professional cleaning).

Why is it so important to maintain dental health?

Maintaining your teeth and gums as you age is an important step in sustaining your general health and well-being. Whilst exercising, eating the correct foods and regular health checks are important, looking after your teeth and gums is also essential. Good dental health will help you to lead a long, happy and healthy life.