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Depends: The question of bone graft expense really depends on two things... 1) how much, if any, of the bone grafting procedure will be covered by your insurance. 2) what type and quantity of bone grafting do you require? The investment may be minimal to extensive. However, if you truly want dental implants, there may be no other choice. Keep smiling. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Consider cost...: When looking for an individual dental plan, please consider cost of buying the policy vs cost of treatment without insurance. Because premiums are based on location and utilization, sometimes it doesn't make sense to have the insurance. Pricing on insurance policies will vary so do your research and read the fine print. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It varies: In a general sense, you are not buying a chunk of metal or a piece of bone; you are paying for the experience and expertise of the dental surgeon who is performing the procedure. The more experienced, generally the more expensive. But, remember, you get what you pay for in most cases. Most conventional implants run $3-5000 apiece with an additional fee for the crown which sits on it. Grafts-? ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Insurance ?: Most ethical dentists are not going to charge you more just because you have insurance. We have become calloused and expect to get ripped off on everything. Most dentists may consider your financial situation and give you a break if they can, but remember they have many staff, sterilization, office expenses themselves. It's not a matter of insurance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
$320 -$640 per tooth: Costs of dental bonding vary depending on your specific dental conditions, dentist's experience and geographic location The average cost of dental bonding ranges from $300 to $600 per tooth. However, many dental insurance plans cover most of the cost. Ask your dentist for more details. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Range: Probable range is 1750.00-2250.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dental implant crowns are more expensive than standard ones and not covered with my insurance. Besides dental school clinic-how to lower their cost?
True: Dental implant crowns are more expensive than standard "tooth" crowns. It is rare that a low budget dental implant crown is available. Dental implant treatment is the best option available and there is premium for this treatment. Be aware that if there are really "cheap" crowns or dental implants being offered, the quality may be compromised. In the long run it may cost more. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
How much more will invisaligns cost more than braces . My braces cost 1800 for 18 months how much would Invisaligns cost ?
Cost Plus?: That all depends on how much your orthodontist charges for clear aligner treatment. Remember, above and beyond the orthodontic treatment, your orthodontist has to pay the clear aligner company an "up front lab fee" that is fairly pricey. That is the reason Invisalign treatment normally costs much more than traditional braces. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Broad range: Surrogacy is expensive and ranges from $40k - $100k or more. Price shopping is worthwhile but hard to pinpoint because surrogates all have custom made contracts with intended parents. I believe the key to success is the legal contract, so make sure of attny who helps. Get everything spelled out and make sure it is complete. Laws vary between states - use state where baby will be born. Best wishes. ...Read more
Special cases: Generally medicare does not cover routine dental care, including fillings, extractions, dentures, etc. See the following site for cases where medicare will cover: http://www.Medicare.Com/services-and-procedures/dental/medicare-and-dental-plans.Html for routine care, one needs a dental care/discount plan. Clinics at dental schools may offer services at reduced rates. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two dental implants costs thousands of dollars. Can I ask the dentist to accept half cash payment and make 2 other payments the second half of the yr.
Varies: Fees vary from office to office. The cost of bone grafting depends on where the graft is needed, what type of grafting material is used, the type of anesthetic, and the surgeon's fee schedule. The cost of dental implants may also be dependent upon the type of implant used and the manufacturer, and the surgeon's fee schedule. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
It already has: The more bureaucracy you place between the consumer and the person or place delivering health care, the more expensive it will be. You are adding people that take time doing what they do, and get paid for doing it.They are paid for their efforts, which add nothing to your health care.Costs will go up like your postage rates. The government is that wasteful. ...Read more
How does a composite tooth veneer compare in cost to a porcelin veneer? 2/3rds of the out-of-pocket cost to the patient with no insurance?
Veneers: Short term or long term? Thrilled or satisfied? Porcelain veneers, while having a higher initial cost are superior to composite veneers in durability and aesthetics and over time probably less costly. Composite veneers wear down, can change color and will need replacement over time. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers