A 41-year-old man was ordered to pay over £2,500 in compensation last Wednesday at Craigavon Magistrates Court for dental work needed by a man he assaulted.
No details of the offence were opened at last week’s court.
A barrister representing Woods said it was a fairly nasty incident but his client had no previous record.
He added that his client was in a position to pay by card for any compensation.
A public prosecutor indicated that the cost of two implants came to £2,415 and there was a bill of £106 for professional services.
District Judge, Mrs Bernie Kelly, ordered Woods to pay £2,521 compensation.
Later in the court when it was confirmed the amount had been paid she imposed a conditional discharge for two years.
She said it was a serious offence which normally would attract a much higher penalty but she would take into account the amount of compensation he had paid.