Dental Procedure Costs With & Without Insurance

Many uninsured patients wonder about the cost of a specific dental procedure when they have to pay the full amount out-of-pocket.

Well, guess what? If you need one form of oral care, chances are you will need something else later on.

At some point, you may want to invest in dental insurance and hold on until the waiting periods expire. Use the cost estimations covered in these pages to calculate your break-even point. Otherwise, continue to roll the dice and hope for the best.

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