See below for details of all our fees and insurance related information

Financial Information

Consultations start at €60.

X-rays start at €20

After consultation, examination, imaging and on providing insurance details we can issue you with a definitive cost of treatment.

Dental Insurance refers to VHI Dental and De Care Dental. Please refer to your policy and provider for information. You, the patient claim directly from your provider post treatment with a signed claim form and receipts. Patients will need to submit all paperwork (treatment plans, invoices and receipts) themselves and get reimbursed directly.

Insurance Information

Ratoath Dental and Implant Centre is a fully participating Practice with the following insurance companies:-

VHI, LAYA, Aviva, Irish Life, Garda Medical Aid, ESB Provident and Prison Officers Medical Aid

“Fully participating” covers the professional fee for surgery and the administration of intravenous sedation.

There is a facility fee for surgery undertaken in consultant’s rooms / practice. This is not covered by insurance companies.

The facility fee for surgery is €250. Additional treatment during the same surgical session may not be covered by medical insurance insurance.

Insurance forms must be completed and signed prior to surgery.

If your insurance claim is not valid then you are liable for the surgical and sedation costs.

Facility Fees and Surgical Fees are payable on the day of surgery. Surgical removal of wisdom teeth expenses can be claimed against tax (MED 2). You will be provided with a MED 2 and insurance forms.

The level of insurance cover is generally not relevant for surgery in consultant rooms/practice.

Please note that not all wisdom teeth are covered by insurance, they must be impacted.

Routine extractions are not covered by medical insurance. Vhi Dental and DeCare offer cover.

Prison Officers Medical, claim is made by the patient.

Garda Medical Aid / ESB Provident have a direct payment facility to clinic.

From January 2023 we will operate VHI Dental and De Care Dental patients on a pay and claim only basis. Patients will continue to be seem as usual but will need to submit all paperwork (treatment plans, invoices and receipts) themselves and get reimbursed directly.