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want a four place bridget
Amount: $1,500.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Renee Thorne in decatur, GA.Posted: April 25th, 2012 10:04PM
Which Tooth: upper tooth
i have medicaid and i have been saving my money i want to get my tooth fix can you help me i'm 43 years of age and i am ashame to smile i have save about $1,500.00 dollar i need a dentist who will work with me. phone no. 4045812454
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experience with Garden State Dental?
Amount: $2,499.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Need_Implant4Split_tooth in East Brunswick, NJ.Posted: April 9th, 2012 08:04PM
I found that Garden State Dental has 5 offices in NJ and they have this offer:
"$2499 Complete Dental Implants
NJ's Best Price For Complete Implant Procedure
Post + Abutment + Crown = Total Price"

Anyone in NJ has had experience with them for implants and are there any hidden costs? (in particular, the office in East Brunswicj)
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implant, crown, abutment
Amount: $3,650.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: norems in Kenilworth, NJ.Posted: April 4th, 2012 09:04AM
Which Tooth: molar
I was shocked, abutment took me by surprise. Implant was only removal $250, implant $650; abutment $1250; crown $1500. The crown and abutment shocked me, I have to find a different dentist.
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Dental Work
Amount: $40,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Kikirose in columbus, OH.Posted: April 3rd, 2012 01:04PM
Which Tooth: whole mouth
I was in a car accident several years ago and having been in my 30's at the time, I didn't want dentures. So I opted for 13 root canals, 19 crowns, braces on my lower teeth so a partial plate would fit and a bridge. I have not regretted it one single day and I spent several days in the dentist chair. But a great dentist, like I have, will help work you thru it. Though I'm not wealthy by any means, I would do it over again. Now one of my supporting crowns has broken above the gum line and I'm needing an implant and I can tell you, my smile is worth every penny and every ounce of pain. So to all of you trying to decide what to do, just do it, you will not be sorry, I promise. We only live once and you need to smile thru it!!!!
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Re: Explanation - Dentist's Perspective"
Amount: $300,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Elleh in Jacksonville Beach, FL.Posted: March 30th, 2012 11:03AM
Which Tooth: Upper
In reply to"Explanation -dentist perspective": Spare us. People don't have a problem with what dentist's charge - we get it. We aren't stupid. People have a problem with the fact that "health care" and "health care insurance" somehow does not include oral health - as if the mouth is not part of the rest of the body; as if diseases of the mouth don't affect the rest of the body and vice-versa. The oral cavity is made of bone, tissue and muscle, no? Well, then how it is different from the bone, tissue and muscle in the rest of the body? Health insurance will pay $500,000 for a liver transplant for a guy who drank himself silly his whole life, but not implants for someone who lost their teeth to periodontal disease? Is not cirrhosis of the liver just as preventable as periodontal disease? Why is it that the ADA insists on keeping itself segregated from the AMA? Why is dental insurance capped at $1,500 - $2,000 a year when most procedures exceed that amount? Why are implants considered "cosmetic"? Who pulls out a perfectly healthy tooth to replace it with an implant? Dentists don't regard implants as cosmetic. They regard them as restorative, just like dentures. Dentures are covered, but implants are not. How does that make sense to ANYONE? And you wonder why people think dentistry is a racket? To the extent we blame dentists, it's because as a group, you do NOTHING to lobby to have it included in the definition of "health care". That's why.
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steel buildings
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: jamiedentims in newcastle, uk.Posted: March 22nd, 2012 01:03PM
Which Tooth: baseball
hi there - re your "polar post" 19/03 16/03 email me and i will definatley sort you out heres a direct link
kind regards
james dentims
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To miserable in Greenwood
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Wilkrn1975 in Greensboro, NC.Posted: March 17th, 2012 11:03PM
To Miserable in Greenwood & the gentleman who responded to her post. I too am in a similar situation as you two. I'm 36 years old and have always had bad teeth since childhood.I have several missing(including 3 in front)and the teeth that remain are broken,decayed or look horrible period. My bottom teeth are also crooked and difficult to get clean with brushing/flossing and soon will have to be replaced as well. To say that my teeth have affected my self esteem/social life is a huge understatement. I bought a partial 10 years ago and that did help with some of my confidence, but still affected my dating life because I don't want anyone to know I have false teeth, much less see me take them to out to clean them over night. I have always wanted/hoped to get implants, but I also get depressed at the thought of how much they cost and how long it would take to save up the money to purchase them. rnTo make matters worse,the other night one of the 2 teeth that holds my partial in place broke & now I'm really fearful about my it not holding in place when I eat,talk to someone etc etc. I hope both of you find a way to fix the problem. I still plan to get implants, no matter how long it takes to save up the cash. I wish you both luck.
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Rotting teeth
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Pammy in Lakewood, WA.Posted: March 17th, 2012 11:03PM
Which Tooth: All - upper & lower
OMG!! I was going to get dentures for my upper and lower because all of my teeth have either broke off or are falling out and after I read what several people said about dentures. SCREW THAT! I am going to find a way to either get all implants or a cantilevered fixed bridge with implants or something. If I have to sell my ass to a rich man to get implants (my bad) ill do it either that or let my teeth fall out and this is going to suck because I may not be able to smile at my wedding next year. I can offer suggestions for payment options. There are some dentists , especially the ones who charge a lot who give to charity every year or use certain patients for free charity care as a a tax write off. NO dentist will tell you this and many wont admit to it but they do do it in order to save on their taxes so if you are on the low income range as I am or should "I say NO income it might work to your advantage as I did one time to ask around. I had a dentist in Missouri do all of my work for free on a charity care basis and it took me emailing a lot of dentists before I found one that would do this. And this really sucks because no matter what i do, my teeth are just rotting to hell. I hope to god in heaven I can find someone kind enough to help me with some more charity dental work for some implants, I would even be willing to work for the denturist or dentist for the rest of my life to pay off the debt. If there is anyone willing to help me out you can email me at k/a/y/e/r/o/b/i/n/s/o/n/1/@/y/a/h/o/o/./c/o/m/ or you can call me at 2/5/3/5/8/1/2/0/2/1/. My name is Pam. I have $4000.00 on a credit card and thats all.
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Dental implants
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Michael Hawk in Yuma, AZ.Posted: March 12th, 2012 02:03PM
Which Tooth: Both entireupper and entire lower
I am only 32 years old and am looking at full dentures. I have Porphyria,a gnetic metabolic disorder, witch is the primary reason for my teeth problems. I am on ACCHS and can't afford to do anything right now. I have no hope or help to pay for any option. I no the intense shame that these other people have. It really really hurts deep in my soul and i can't express the shame I have. I want others to know that there are good people out there who are not at fault for there poor teeth. Thesepeople deserve our understanding and compassion. I live with this problem every day. When I look at someone I immediatly notice there teeth and my heart sinks a little wishing I to could have even decsent teeth.I personally have no hope at all, I can't even afford the option of getting dentures which sickens me at that thought. I hope people realize that there are people who can't help what has happened to there teeth and that these are good honest people who hide great shame at there circumstances.
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dental implant ... no insurance
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: kibby in columbia, MD.Posted: March 5th, 2012 06:03PM
Which Tooth: btw eye tooth and front tooth
hope you find your area is less expensive... i was shocked... but it was typical for jjjust outside of baltimore!! but, i'll ''wear it'' for the rest of my life!! rnthe periodontist (did implant surgery) was $3000.00rnthe dentist (did flipper, then abutment and crown) was $2,100.rna surprise: the flipper tooth (temp to wear while implanted metal and gum healed and bonded)--$450 (and you throw it away after 3-4 months of wear!!rni was bowled over by expense... which was typical for my area!!
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Dental Implants vs. Dentures
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Kdub in Port St Lucie, FL.Posted: February 24th, 2012 06:02AM
Which Tooth: All
Wow, I can't believe how much some of you have paid for implants! I want them, but there is no way I can afford them. Implants 40-80K? Are you kidding me? I can't even afford the 2K needed for dentures. The people who have retirement money & savings to use for implants are so lucky. However, it's a shame you have to spend it on teeth, but at least you have the money. I'm a single mom & I can't afford dental work, yet I need it badly. Only have 8 teeth left in my mouth & they are all rotted due to not being able to afford dentist for years, prior bad dental work, & just bad genes. Both my parents have very bad teeth. Plus, I had some really shoddy dental work done when I was younger & it's more than caught up. I'm in pain, look horrible & have trouble chewing. Forget smiling! Darn shame how much it costs to have teeth replaced. Oh well, all I can do is cry & hope money falls from the sky. Good luck everybody who is in the same boast as me. I empathize with you. I wish I could help.
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Clear Choice Houston
Amount: $40,500.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: poormom2000 in Houston, TX.Posted: February 16th, 2012 09:02AM
Which Tooth: Full mouth all on 4
Sounds expensive but my other dentist wanted to go tooth by tooth for $3000 - $4000 each. My entire mouth was bad so there wasn't much choice. Since we were lucky enough to pay cash (savings acct) I got a 10% discount. It would have been $45,00. The care was extraordinary and still is - I truly believe you get what you pay for. My surgery was February 24, 2011. My REAL teeth, not the ones they put in during surgery, were placed in October, 2011. The prosthodontist worked hard with me to choose the right final teeth, size, color, etc. It was amazing! I go back in 6 weeks for my final check and they will fill in over the access holes for the post screws. Everyone loves my new teeth, but especially my husband. I am 63 and loving my very real looking AND feeling smile!!
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Dental Implants
Amount: $13,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Thinking positive ! in Brick, NJ.Posted: February 2nd, 2012 06:02PM
Which Tooth: 2 Implants Front
I have 3 missing teeth in front. 1 was pulled in Dec. due to absessed root canal. 1 was pulled when I was 10. The other is a root canal tooth. So far The Doctor did a implant where the tooth was pulled when I was 10. made the root canal tooth stronger and did a bone graft where the tooth was recently pulled. I have a temporary bridge now and a temporary flipper waiting if this should fall out. It all has to heal and that takes time. I am hoping the bone will take so I can go ahead with the other implant and I will than have 3 separate front teeth. My goal. I almost fainted when he told me the cost. I wanted to cry as I do not have the cash for this and it needs to be done. Insurance will not cover the implants but hoping it will pick up some of the other work. But insurance covers root canals that never last long. Go figure. I am trusting my Doctor & God to heal to give me back my smile. I return for xray end of April or if I decide to pick up my flipper & have this ugly white temp. bridge removed. The Flipper is really neat, he showed this to me and if and when I can have the second implant I will need to wear the flipper until it heals. God Give me Strength...& The means to pay for what the insurance will not cover.
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Dental Implants
Amount: $15,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: sandymovie in Weston, FL.Posted: January 31st, 2012 04:01PM
Which Tooth: 3 implants
So far I have had 3 implants, bone grafts, root canals, and 2 sinus lifts. The most important thing to remember is that we want our teeth fixed for our own health. Second, recomendations from friends, relatives, etc, are important, as you to have to have faith and trust in the dentist/periodontist who is treating you. The costs cannot be avoided unfortunately, but if you know where to go OUTSIDE of America like Costa Roca, Mexico, etc., the cost is usually cheaper-just make sure you know who you are dealing with. You could also go to a clinic or a Dental School which offers reduced pricing for patients. I am a terrible dental patient, but I trust my doctor and he knows my fears. I usually take (the little white pill) ativan to relieve my anxiety before sitting in the chair. I have never had a problem. Just make sure that you take as little pain killers as possible. All you need is some tylenol.
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Dental Implants
Amount: $4,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Little One in wilson, NC.Posted: January 25th, 2012 04:01PM
Which Tooth: 7,8,9,10
I am 28 years old and I have juvenile periodontitis. I have had my front 4 teeth pulled. I am wearing a partial until I get my implants. i am trying to save up the money to get this surgery done. I have been suffering from it for the last 18 years of my life. It's going to cost me between 4,000 to $9,000. I am a single mom, working a 40 hrs a week and in school full time. God send me a miracle is what I tell myself. I am just hoping some celebrity or musician will see this post and let me borrow the money. I will pay it back. I promise. email smith_1829@yahoo.com
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I NEED TEETH
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Marieeee in Redlands, CA.Posted: January 10th, 2012 04:01PM
Which Tooth: Top-have 5, 0-on bottom
My dentist @ western dental pulled all of my bottom teeth, and all but 5 upper teeth. he wanted to pull them all and I said no, I should have said no to what was pulled.that was done a couple years ago but ever since I have pain in the right lowwer.the dentist said that I would get dentures because I had and still do have medi/cal and medicare as my insurance but then that insurance changed and said that they are not covered by them, so I do have no teeth on the lowwer bottom, and only 5 teeth on the top that are very sharp and either need to be made crowns,or filling or something,I am told that I need to go to a specialist called a Prostadontist, and I do not know the very best place that can help me with this.I am willing to pay payments that I can afford if I can find that correct and special prostadontist.I feel that if I would return to that dentist it is just a waste of time, they do not help me.rnThank you,Sincerely
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No insurance
Amount: $13,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: golf in wilmington, NC.Posted: December 16th, 2011 07:12AM
I just spent $13,000 for 2 lower implants, 2 crowns an several cavities. I am 50 years old and have avoided the dentist for years and years. I am fortunate to have the money to pay, but how the heck do they expect the poor to pay these prices? It really is sickening knowing that most folks cannot afford teeth!!!
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really
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: not a custermer in hollywood, FL.Posted: November 30th, 2011 04:11PM
went to the dentist today only to be told that it would cost me 30,000 to 60,000 to give me a nice smile......the look on my face...then he told me how this was a bussness and he had bills to pay...really..thats the 2 time he made me feel like custermer not a person ...whats really going on here.....
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All on 4 implants full mouth
Amount: $80,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Babiedoll in Houston, TX.Posted: November 5th, 2011 05:11PM
Which Tooth: All of them
I had the all on four procedure in Houston at Bruggeen Dental it was suppose to take 2 visits but I ended up needing a bone graft so on the top I didn't get to have them instantly. It took all most a year for them but I did get the instant implants on the bottom. It has been the greatest thing in the world. The look so good and it is 1000 times better than having dentures. It is just like the real teeth I use to have. The only complaint it the cost. We ended up having to take it out of our retirement but I didn't have much of a choice. I could eat with regular dentures, everything tasted like plastic, with the implants I dont have that problem at all. How do you put a price on happiness and ability to eat? You don't, you do what you have to do. Good luck!!!
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2 Titanium implants and crowns
Amount: $4,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Rico2 in Cocoa, FL.Posted: October 24th, 2011 07:10PM
Which Tooth: #4 and #19
I am 67 yr old, 5 yrs ago lost #4 and #19 and est. to cost $8,600 in Florida for titanium implants and porcelain crowns. Since insurance did not cover, I went to Costa Rica and did it in a dental complex with all specialists including the lab. There were no problems, no pain, no complications and efficient service. Dentist even sent his driver to pick me up at airport to hotel for free. Cost breakdown are as follows - Implant $750/each, abutment and crown $550/each, X-rays $30. Implants took 1 hour to complete but I stayed 7 days for vacation. Seven months later returned to complete abutment and crown, completed in two days. In addition a root canal was done on #5 and cost $200.rnReturn airfare Florida to CR $320/trip, hotel with breakfast for 7 days $301 (walking distance to dental office). Total incurred cost including travel and hotel for both trips were less than $4,000. rnNOTE: 1st trip rent-a-car cost $300 for 7 days. 2nd trip took local bus for city and country trips – very chea
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Implants (2) for lower denture
Amount: $3,800.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: CIRO ARNONE in Lake Worth, FL.Posted: October 18th, 2011 03:10PM
Which Tooth: All lower teeth
On initial consultation the dentist told me that he had to pull one tooth and then place 4(four) implants in my jaw. He made me sign some poaopers and requested to get total pay immediately. on my appt day the surgeon placed only two implants in my jaw. When I found out that they only placed two implants while the doctor had told me that I needed four, he lied and said nthat he recommended four and that I had refused because of the price and so I opted for two, which was a lie.
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Had bone graft titanium implant with crown to follow
Amount: $2,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: winans4jesus in chapel hill, NC.Posted: October 11th, 2011 09:10AM
Which Tooth: 31 back molar
went to the UNC dental school, professional all the way, resident doc with physician assistance, great experience, would do again. No payment plans, must pay at time of visit. Try the dental school in your area. Half the price of local dentists. Aprox price, $60 to remove bad tooth,$75 bone graft, $1200 implant,$600 crown.
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Financing implants be creative and dont give up
Amount: $20,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: a user in Kingsland, GA.Posted: October 10th, 2011 07:10PM
Which Tooth: A total of eleven teeth
Started this process Oct about two years ago. I had a lot of receeded gum so thought that I might not be able to get implants. That held me back years ago when inquired also the cost, I thought prohibitive. Glad I started process, only had $3,000 that I borrowed from my 403(b), and faith that God would provide. I was referred by my dentist to a seminar given by local dentists on implants, was so impressed. found a great dentist. Financed it with the cash and a Care Credit card. We got them to raise our limit to $10,000 and paid for the implants. We paid off the Care Credit card before we had to pay any interest. If you can do that okay, even if not do it anyway. It cost about $13,000 for 7 implants including bone graft. The surgery and recovery were not bad at all . Discomfort for less than a week. Restoring the eleven teeth is costing about $7,600. This is half what it normally cost. Thank God I went on line and found a discount dental plan, not insurance, however many dentist take the plan, offered by Aetna( it costs me$69.00 a year)With the plan dental implants costs are reduced by 50%. What a good deal. Without that my restoration would have been over $15,000, which I had been quoted. rnOh, also my dentist who did the implant surgery discounted my original quote when I told him I could only pay around $10,000. They also discount 2% if you pay for upfront. Hope this helps
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dental implant one tooth. Need Crown
Amount: $2,300.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Phil Miller in Miami, FL.Posted: September 26th, 2011 06:09PM
Which Tooth: Upper tooth # 12
Completing phase two of implant with a bone graft and need a crown. My dentist retired and his replacement told Me $1750.00 for one tooth crown.
Thought the crown would be about $ 500.00 was I wrong. Any suggestions
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Help with cost of implants ? Insurance or Discount will they help??nts
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Vegas Mom in Las Vegas, .Posted: September 14th, 2011 08:09PM
Which Tooth: Lower left side
Is there any insurance companies or discount plans that will help with the cost of implants??
Thank you for your time,
Lisa
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braces
Amount: $5,500.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: karen rhodes in renton, WA.Posted: September 11th, 2011 08:09PM
Which Tooth: brace full
My son has full braces last 2 yrs ago we cant afford to pay 300.00 a month we aleays broke money i feel bad so decided the braves off but she said need to pay 350.00 i still cant afford to pay even one piece is broken they wont do till pay in full we stuck my son is upset and frustrate help us
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I Need dental implants
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Donna F. in Orlando, FL.Posted: September 3rd, 2011 08:09AM
Which Tooth: Need 6 implants
I am a very young 59 year old and have always had problems with my teeth. I my had front my ones pulled and bottom ones years ago and the rest are caps that fell out. So I am left with no teeth right now. I have a bump in the top of my pallet so I can not even get dentures. I cut off all my friends and avoid people and do not go out that much. I cannot afford implants. Are there any other choices?
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Four Quadrant Replacement
Amount: $40,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Jones, Tina in St. Louis, MO.Posted: August 11th, 2011 06:08PM
Which Tooth: All Teeth
I went to ClearQuest today and got a quote of $40,000.00 (price of a new car). They would have pulled all my teeth which are mostly bad from years not having money to fix and raising three kids and making sure they went to the dentist regularly. (there smiles are perfect). Anyway I think they work magic, and if there is any way I can get the money together I am going to do it. I saw photos and they are very through in there exams..the changes in peoples smiles was short of a miracle. I would pay anything to have a smile that is bright and white so should you.
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Dental Implants
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: !Patient in Rowland Heights, CA.Posted: August 6th, 2011 12:08PM
Which Tooth: 2 to 4 upper front teeth
I'm a 44 year old female with a 13 yr old bridge. My dentist recommended (before bridge colapse) implants for my 2 front teeth and maybe the 2 side teeth which are supporting my bridge. The cost is what I worry about...estimated cost is $4K to $8K, not including graff. With layoffs at work I don't want to go through with this procedure and end up in collections. At the same time, I don't want to end up toothless looking for a job. Any advise?
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Lower tooth implant
Amount: $3,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: a user in Rockford, IL.Posted: July 23rd, 2011 06:07AM
Which Tooth: #20
Yesterday I underwent a surgical implant for #20, in and out in one hour, having no pain whatsoever today. The total cost of the procedure will be $4200 ball park. I have a 12 week waiting period until I get the crown, literally days before my wedding. Only estimate I looked for, was in the next building over from my dentist, and was the referral. The price seemed more than I had heard from friends and family, but they had great deal of experience, and were able to back that up. I signed up for $3000 in flex with this procedure in mind, after consulting with my dentist on costs. I have has some deep scaling performed earlier in the year, which ate up some flex. Over all, I have estimated my total out of pocket left (after flex) to be around $350.
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