Stratford-upon-Avon is the priciest place in the UK for a dental check-up, figures have revealed.
The average price of a private check-up in the birthplace of Shakespeare costs £67, while in Bradford a standard check-up costs around £15.
Across the UK the average cost of a private check-up is £36, according to research by the private healthcare search engine whatclinic.com.
After examining fees charged by 11,000 private dentists, the website found that Stratford-upon-Avon was the most expensive place for a standard check-up followed by Newbury, Guildford, Milton Keynes and Tunbridge Wells.
It also examined the cost of a number of other treatments including teeth whitening and veneers.
London is the most expensive place for whitening, where people are expected to pay an average of £600. But in Portsmouth the cost of a set of pearly whites is around £163.
Veneers are dearest in Oxford and cheapest in Wolverhampton, the poll found.
Caelen King, chief executive of whatclinic.com, said: "Even something as straightforward as a dental check-up can fluctuate by around £50 depending on where you live. If the whole family has regular check-ups every six months, as recommended, then the accumulated costs over time could be quite significant.
"Just spending a few minutes online comparing local prices could save you a considerable amount of money over the course of a year."