Fees from January 2020

Without Healthcare Insurance

  Frenotomy Baby Up to 9 months old   Frenuloplasty Baby 6-12 months old   Frenuloplasty Toddler 12 months – 2 years old Frenuloplasty Child Over 2 years old Frenuloplasty Adult Frenuloplasty Baby Up to 12 months old (For reattachment)  
Consultation €250 €250 €250 €250 €250 €100
Pre-op Physiotherapy/  Myofunctional Therapy - €100 €150 €150 €150 -
Surgery and Aftercare €249 €349 €449 €549 €649 €249
Sedation - €100 €150 €200 €250 €100
Total €499 €799 €999 €1149 €1299 €449

 


With Healthcare Insurance (Dr Roche’s professional fee for procedure paid by Healthcare insurance)

  Frenotomy Baby Up to 9 months old   Frenuloplasty Baby 6-12 months old   Frenuloplasty Toddler 12 months – 2 years old Frenuloplasty Child Over 2 years old Frenuloplasty Adult Frenuloplasty Baby Up to 12 months old (For reattachment)  
Consultation €250 €250 €250 €250 €250 €100
Pre-op Physiotherapy/ Myofunctional Therapy - €100 €150 €150 €150 -
Surgery and Aftercare €149 €249 €349 €449 €549 €149
Sedation - €100 €150 €200 €250 €100
Total €399 €699 €899 €1049 €1199 €349

 

Sedation for Children over 12 months and Adults includes provision of a nitrous oxide nasal mask

Additional appointments

Review appointment with Dr Roche €100

Lactation Consultation €75

Additional Physiotherapy/ Myofunctional Therapy appointment €85

You will be provided with a receipt that may allow you to claim further reimbursements from your Health Insurance Provider, if your policy allows.

All fees paid at the National Tongue Tie Centre are eligible as health expenses that can be claimed through your tax return. Please see further information from The Revenue here

 

Discounts

Child or Sibling previously attended the NTTC - 5% discount

(The discount does not apply to Additional appointments, as above, or repeat division for reattachment)

 

Glossary of Terms

Frenotomy is the division of a tie.

Frenuloplasty is the division of a tie and suturing of the diamond-shaped surgical site vertically which negates the need for active woundcare.