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How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

 
average costSingle Dental Implant Average Cost: $2,488high costAbutment, Implant and Crown Average Cost: $4,263
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A dental implant functions as an artificial root to anchor a replacement tooth or teeth. A small titanium post is surgically implanted in the jawbone, and as part of the healing process it bonds with the bone. A metal abutment is connected to the implant, and then a crown, bridge or denture is attached to the abutment. The work is typically done in stages, often with separate prices for the implant surgery, the abutment placement and the replacement tooth or teeth. There may also be a charge for a temporary "flipper" tooth while the jaw heals after surgery.

Typical costs:

  • A single implant typically costs $2,400-$3,000, but can be $4,000-$10,000 or more if additional procedures like extractions, bone grafts, tissue grafts or a sinus lift are needed. CostHelper readers report paying $1,000-$5,000 for an implant with an average cost of $2,488.
  • Placing an abutment and a dental crown on a single implant typically adds $500-$3,000 to the cost of just the implant, for a total of $1,500-$13,000 or more. CostHelper readers report paying $1,750-$8,270 for an implant, flipper tooth, abutment, crown and all needed procedures, with an average cost of $4,263.
  • Two to six implants topped with a partial or full-mouth dental bridge can cost $3,500-$30,000 or more, depending on the number of implants, bridge size and materials, and any other needed procedures. CostHelper readers report paying $4,000-$16,000 for a three- or four-tooth bridge on two implants, with an average price of $8,486.
  • Two to six implants with a removable denture plate can cost $3,500-$30,000 or more depending on the number and type of implants (mini-implants are less expensive), denture materials (in some cases an existing denture plate can be adapted for use with implants) and any other procedures needed. A full set (upper and lower) of implants and dentures can cost $7,000-$90,000 or more. CostHelper readers report paying $3,800-$27,858 for implants with a single denture plate, at an average cost of $14,226; and $6,549-$80,000 for a full set of implant-supported dentures (upper and lower), for an average expense of $34,119.
  • Dental insurance typically does not cover implants, because most insurance companies categorize implants as cosmetic procedures. However, some surgical costs might be covered by health insurance.
Related articles: Dental Veneers, Root Canal, Dental Crown, Tooth Extraction, Dentures, Dental Bridge

What should be included:
  • Implant surgery is typically performed by a dental surgical specialist -- a periodontist, an oral surgeon or a dentist with advanced training in implant surgery. Abutments and implant-supported crowns, bridges or dentures are typically placed by a dentist or a prosthodontist (specializing in restorative procedures). The International Congress of Oral Implantology has an overview of dental implants[1] .
  • Typically the implant site is allowed to heal for three to six months after surgery and one to two weeks after the abutment is placed. A temporary "flipper" tooth may be worn during this period. Although there are "instant" mini-implants where a bridge or denture is installed immediately after implant surgery, the standard process (including bone and tissue grafts or other procedures, if needed) takes three months to a year or more to complete. The Mayo Clinic explains what to expect[2] after dental implant surgery.
Additional costs:
  • Ask detailed questions about what is included in a price quote. An estimate for an implant may not include the abutment and crown.
Discounts:
  • Dental school clinics[3] offer reduced rates for services by supervised students or faculty. A CostHelper reader in North Carolina reports paying $60 for an extraction, $75 for a bone graft, $1,200 for a single implant and $600 for a crown at the University of North Carolina. Another reader was quoted $75,000 by a private dentist but paid about $20,000 to have the work done at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey.
  • The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research provides tips for finding low-cost dental care[4] .
Shopping for dental implants:
  • A comprehensive dental exam (with X-rays and possibly a CT scan, plus models made of the patient's mouth) is used to create an individualized treatment plan. The Mayo Clinic explains what to expect before dental implant surgery[5] .
  • If insurance coverage is available for any portion of the process, the company will provide a list of approved dentists and specialists. Or search for local members of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry[6] , the American Academy of Periodontology[7] , the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons[8] , the American College of Prosthodontists[9] , the American Dental Association[10] or the International Congress of Implantologists[11] .
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permanent implants
Amount: $55,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: CHULA in ladson, SC.Posted: March 23rd, 2018 11:03AM
Which Tooth: both upper and lower
Hi my name is Delilah M.I am 57 years old oh my stars didn't know how much it cost just to be able to have smile and myself confidence back. I have insurance but will not pay for what I need. Lord is like buying a new car I really cant afford a new car let alone 55,000.00 for implants. I play the lottery just wishing and hoping that my time will come but here I am writing to see if anyone can help me in any way possible. I know that this is farfetched but so isn't winning the lottery. Thank you so much for reading this comment god bless you all and hope that you get the help you all need .
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Please help
Amount: $12,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Carly Cantrell in Knoxville, TN.Posted: January 16th, 2018 12:01PM
Which Tooth: Upper dental implants
Hi My name is Carly Cantrell I'm 35, I need an upper full dental implant. This is so embarrassing and humbling. I hate to ask but is there anyone that can help me come up with $12,000.00 or can donate ANY amount? I would be so thankful. I have prayed, entered every dental cost I could find for years I've even wrote Oprah Lol.I don't have Anyone to ask or help me. I don't have dental insurance I receive $ 1500.00 a month income $735.00 for myself and $737 for my son (where his father passed away) If you don't trust sending me money you can pay it directly to the dental office. My email address is [email protected] Thank you, Carly
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5 Implants
Amount: $35,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: DENIS HOFFMAN in Knoxville, AL.Posted: December 16th, 2017 03:12PM
Which Tooth: 7 upper teeth
I had 6 upper and 6 lower existing baby teeth removed with cross ways impacted baby teeth upper and lower removed plus bone grafts ($9,500.00 surgery). Had 4 plus 1 single implant because of cracked broken tooth after start of process ($10,000.00). A 6 tooth bridge over 4 implants and a single tooth implant with abutments over each implant ($15,000)
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dental implants
Amount: $27.12 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Kirk thole in ElCerrito, CA.Posted: December 6th, 2017 09:12PM
Which Tooth: a brand new smile
I need help to raise $30.000 for dental implants to get a new smile. I got medi-cal I was told implants not cover by medical I got Kaiser but Kaiser don't got a dental business.i did not purchase because I can't afford it.
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Affordable Dental implants
Amount: $1,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Jeff Parker in West Greenwich, RI.Posted: December 6th, 2017 10:12AM
Which Tooth: Top incisor and all bottom
After receiving quote s of over $18000 to replace several bottom molars that had been removed over the years and a recent root canal/crown ($2700) on a bicuspid tooth that was very noticable and that had broken off after only 6 months (no guarantee or free replacement and dental insurance only covers the same tooth once). I decided to look at foreign dental options. After a lot of research I decided Costa Rica had some of the highest rated and affordable dentist. At about $500 for airfare and 4 days of hotels at $70 day I had several all x-rays/scans, extractions of roots, impression and 6 implants. 4 bottom along with a full acrylic bottom temporary set and 2 on top to fix the incisor and adjacent too. Total cost $3000 of which my dental plan covered $2000. Granted I have to return for final crowns but the cost averaged $500 per implant and the office and equipment were state of the art.
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Had all teeth removed and dental implants put in
Amount: $38,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: brock Kearsley in Phoenix, AZ.Posted: November 9th, 2017 12:11PM
Which Tooth: All Teeth removed
I had it all done. I live in AZ. I got 3 quotes for full dental implants in AZ. They Ranged from $46000-$60,000. I got in touch with a friend who knew somebody in Salt Lake City that did implants. He did it for $38000. IT sucked because I had to stay in a hotel for a week after the implant surgery. But I saved $16000. I couldn't be happier. Its a lot of money but in the long run well worth it. I can eat and no more tooth pain. I can smile for pictures now.
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Go to another country
Amount: $22,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: navigatrix in San Jose, Other.Posted: October 20th, 2017 02:10PM
Which Tooth: All
After getting an estimate of $65,000 in Seattle for a whole smile makeover, I researched other countries and decided on Costa Rica. Best investment I ever made - 5 implants, new crowns on all my teeth, including some design to improve my bite (not included in the local estimate). Expert and qualified dental specialists, and lifetime guarantee.
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Dental Implants
Amount: $16,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: babysrn in Las Vegas, NV.Posted: October 11th, 2017 04:10AM
Which Tooth: 2 upper and 2 lower teeth
I had 4 dental implants before it was cool!! Sitting down? it was 4500 per tooth. That did include everything. Titanium rod, the surgery, and the tooth. I will say I have had no problems with the implants themselves. Care is just like your real teeth. I can eat a steak and corn on the cob as well. No worries.... It is so worth it just shop around for the best Dentist. Cheapest is not always the best to go with. Ask your friends for a referral . If you find someone you trust and have faith in keep him. Forever. One negative comment Every implant has a tooth next to it that has chipped or gotten a cavity . Dentist says it has nothing to do with the implants . Interesting . 4 issues with teeth next to 4 implants . I think it is likely there is a connection between the two. Its a lot of money but how important is it to have a great smile and be able to chew/ eat your food. That alone is priceless
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Dental Implants
Amount: $72,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Jack Sprat in Mulberry, FL.Posted: September 3rd, 2017 12:09PM
Which Tooth: Backed out
Why do full dental implants cost more than purchasing a condominium?
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Implants
Amount: $25,995.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Karen Lee in Philadelphia, PA.Posted: September 1st, 2017 02:09PM
Which Tooth: Full upper
Needed bone replacement surgery and sinus lift on upper have been wearing dentures for years. Went through surgery was swollen for 2 weeks. Reconstruction to begin in December. 6 months post surgery. Over denture to be placed on 6 implants.
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implant
Amount: $1,500.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: happy with cost in pasadena, CA.Posted: August 4th, 2017 08:08PM
Which Tooth: back tooth
implant, abutment and cap, complete
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Why Can\\\'t we get Better prices?
Amount: $45,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Cherry in Gary, TX.Posted: July 24th, 2017 09:07PM
Which Tooth: Full Mouth
upper and lower
Not begging for money or crying poor me. I am poor, I am a 44 year old lady and I live WAY below the poverty level beside I know what it is to go hungry and go without luxury's. I also know the only way to get fixed dentures(not snap on) is to come up with the money on my own. Haven't been able to start Can anyone tell me who is good, yet reasonable in Tx How hard is it to get a care credit loan? Has anyone gone abroad for dental work, what was the cost including air fair etc? I wantto have teeth and so I can smile again and dignity and with a confidence smile.
If their is a will their is a way and by God I will figure out a way!
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dentures
Amount: $8,600.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: William Berry in Ashland, KY.Posted: May 26th, 2017 08:05PM
Which Tooth: all
implants - $30,000.00
Dentures - $8600.00
Not what I wanted but all I could afford.
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Implants
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Ashton in Saint Petersburg, FL.Posted: May 25th, 2017 07:05AM
Which Tooth: Upper and lower
I would like to hear from individuals in the St. Petersburg Fl. Area on thier experience, costs etc I have had Dentures since my early 20"s due to an auto accident. Now in my Mid 60's(the same dentures for 40+ years)) both positive and negative experiences will be apreciated
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Do 8 implants snap in for very low cost in Utah.
Amount: $19,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Saeed (Sam) in Salt Lake City, UT.Posted: April 13th, 2017 04:04PM
Which Tooth: all my tooth
Please any one want to have fun with their denture and beautiful smile with 4 implants on top and 4 implants bottom jaw which you feel you have your own tooth and you can eat anything perhaps you couldn't eat before.
Please I love to help because when I did it had no experience or anyone give me some advise for what I need to do at first not to suffer or go through mighty pain. Please email me before you want to do denture so I can share my experience to give you some idea with so many option to chose at least I may able to save you money and not go through hell with mighty pain.
Thank you your friend Sam
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hybridge dentures
Amount: $6,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Jenna severino in TOMS RIVER, NJ.Posted: February 11th, 2017 07:02AM
Which Tooth: All or just bottoms
I was talked into getting ALL my teeth pulled and get dentures. It has ruined my life. I hate wearing them and the bottoms are the worst. I feel like I have a big plastic mouth piece in my mouth. Not to mention that I WAS a model. I haven't been out to socialize in years. It has ruined my life. I have saved money and want to know where I can get at least the bottoms done. I was qouted 50,000. That isn't happening. I am in nj but I will travel to get it done for a good price. Anyone have a suggestion?
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full lower implants
Amount: $12,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Tianna in Buffalo, NY.Posted: January 28th, 2017 03:01PM
Which Tooth: lower
I am wearing a denture over the implants. Everything I eat gets stuck underneath it, I have to take it out & clean it several times a day,. The only other option is to have the tooth attached to something resembling chicken wire which leaves your face looking emaciated like you have no teeth. I am more comfortable not wearing the denture but am too embarrassed to awe seen without it. Had I known, I would have opted to have all my teeth crowned when they became brittle and started breaking at 40 yrs of age. I have sjogrens syndrome leaving me with a very dry mouth which causes bacteria.l I have always tried to be meticulous in brushing, flossing. Unfortunately work long hours, not able to brush at work.
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Implants
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Carl SIMION in Melbourne, FLA, 32901, FL.Posted: January 7th, 2017 03:01PM
Which Tooth: All
Will places like donated dental cover these expences? Also can you get implants with other health issues, such as heart failure?
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looking at high cost
Amount: $6,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Shirley G in Manteca, CA.Posted: December 20th, 2016 11:12AM
Which Tooth: front tooth
I think dental care has gotten way out of control. Is it because many employers are not providing dental insurance to the employees. Then to top it off they want all the money in three months...
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Dental implants
Amount: $7,680.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Travler in San Jose Costa Rica, WI.Posted: November 3rd, 2016 11:11AM
Which Tooth: 3 teeth all molars
Includes: Extraction, bone grafts, implants, abutments, crowns. Three trips to Costa Rica. Even including air fare and hotel, this was much less than what I was quoted in the US which was approx. $48,000.00. In case you are wondering, Costa Rica has an excellent medical care system which is ranked higher than that of the US and it is affordable.
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Dental Implant Broke
Amount: $4,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Silvia Angelov in Louisville, KY.Posted: September 21st, 2016 10:09AM
Which Tooth: 30
Abutment with crown came out because a small part of the implant was broken. My dentist Dr. Mathis said that he do not do implants anymore and will send me to another dentist to remove old implant and replace with new one. I do not know how much will cost me. Any suggestions what can I do?
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Dentures
Amount: $2,500.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Sandy Roberts in Richmond, MO.Posted: August 16th, 2016 09:08PM
Which Tooth: Full upper denture
I recently had my remaining 6 upper front teeth pulled and now wearing a temporary denture until gums healed
Since my former dentist suggested I go theu implant procedures for my bottom teeth years ago I took his advise and have 8 bottom front teeth of my own and two implants on each side now holding bridges
Wow I can chew great
My recommend: implants for bottom teeth and denture for top
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Single Implant
Amount: $2,130.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Amanda_C in Annapolis, AL.Posted: July 26th, 2016 10:07AM
Which Tooth: #12 (molar next to top right canine)
Due to my intense dental fear and horrible teeth (thanks, Dad!) I neglected the dentist for 5 years. When I finally got the courage to go back, I found out I needed 4 extractions (one was severely infected, one was a decayed wisdom tooth, and 2 were broken teeth), as well as fillings for 5 cavities. When I completed everything, I asked how we would begin the implant process. Sometimes, my dentist can do same-day extractions and implants, but I had some infection in my jaw so this is not an option for me. I am going in today for an extraction, bone graft, and will receive and acrylic-based upper partial (whatever that is) and then will go back in 4 months (after the bone graft can be reabsorbed by my bone) for the implant and then 4 months later for the permanent crown. The amount of time this takes as well as the pre-insurance estimate of $6600 absolutely floored me! Luckily, we have decent insurance and will pay about a third of the estimated cost. Good luck to everyone else!
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Total implants and new tweth
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: PJ S. in Port Charlotte, FL.Posted: July 22nd, 2016 10:07AM
Which Tooth: All
I need entirely new teeth. I already paid $20,000 for the implants. While healing, someone ran a red light and totalled my car and me! Now I need to find affordable permanent uppers and lowers in Florida (early quote $30K). I need a better price and maybe a loan or payment plan.
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so called permanent bridge
Amount: $10,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: tara thomas in lake orion, MI.Posted: December 2nd, 2015 11:12PM
Which Tooth: all four of my front teeth
I cry almost everyday I live in Pontiac mi in 2009 my,mom paid 10,000 to have a permanent bridge place in my up front four teeth I went to the dentist because my bridge feels like its getting ready to fall out so I thought I have medicad and I also have two bottom teeth missing and was suppose to get flipper on the bottom don't you know that now I have to have all my teeth pulled and there trying to place dentures in my mouth no I think not they move they rub sores in your mouth but the dentist at mark Taylor in Waterford said I would be a great candidate for implants well thats nice the only thing is I don't have 1,900 5,000 to 10,000"out of pocket I'm so embarrassed by my smile I never show my teeth or anything im getting married soon and im 40 years in may im to young to go through this does anyone know where you can make payment arrangement who don't go by your credit here in Michigan I don't want my soon to be husband to look at his toothless bride I cry all the time please help!!
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Dental implant
Amount: $35,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: cortex-dental in Richmond, VA.Posted: November 29th, 2015 04:11AM
Which Tooth: upper mouth
the clinic did a good job, but the cost is astronomic and it doesn't covered by the insurance.
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Dental Implant
Amount: $1,200.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: Nurdaulet Sharenov in Dearborn, MI.Posted: October 3rd, 2015 12:10PM
Which Tooth: 32
I paid 1200 for a zirconium implant
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cost not inclusive
Amount: $45.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: im stupid in san jose, CA.Posted: August 22nd, 2015 10:08PM
Which Tooth: 5 teeth on top
The estimate started at 25-30 k one would think the price of an implant includes abutment and cap. now they want 50 k total to do the job, does this always happen? think I've been taken advantage of,,,, should have followed intuition,,
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dental implants
Amount: $8,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: WV Mama in Berkeley Springs,, WV.Posted: August 19th, 2015 12:08PM
Which Tooth: complete upper and lower dentures
My 83 year old husband needs dentures. He cannot chew and has lost 45 lbs in the last 2 years. I took him to the local dentist for evaluations for dentures. dentist said he could not reline the dentures- not enough bone to hold them. He was sent to a periodontists who said he could do nothing aftering evaluating the xrays taken in his office and referred to an oral surgeon. Oral surgeon told patient he could do 2 implants implants at a cost of $4800.00 not counting cost anesthesia or and added"I don't think you will have a good fit". You need to just live with what you have. I could sent you to the university to be evaluated for a bone graft. local dentist would make the dentures at a estimated cost of $4000.00 after oral surgeon did implants. He is 83 yr on fixed income and cannot afford it. Is there any help with this type of dental work.
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dental implants
Amount: $8,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: WV Mama in Berkeley Springs,, WV.Posted: August 19th, 2015 12:08PM
Which Tooth: complete upper and lower dentures
My 83 year old husband needs dentures. He cannot chew and has lost 45 lbs in the last 2 years. I took him to the local dentist for evaluations for dentures. dentist said he could not reline the dentures- not enough bone to hold them. He was sent to a periodontists who said he could do nothing aftering evaluating the xrays taken in his office and referred to an oral surgeon. Oral surgeon told patient he could do 2 implants implants at a cost of $4800.00 not counting cost anesthesia or and added"I don't think you will have a good fit". You need to just live with what you have. I could sent you to the university to be evaluated for a bone graft. local dentist would make the dentures at a estimated cost of $4000.00 after oral surgeon did implants. He is 83 yr on fixed income and cannot afford it. Is there any help with this type of dental work.
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implants for four front teeth
Amount: $20,000.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: rtrev64 in Dallas, TX.Posted: August 5th, 2015 05:08PM
Which Tooth: four front teeth
It is amazing how so expensive the procedure is. i had a bridge that lasted for 15 years until a month ago, they gave way. I dont have flippers because well i did not need them, i had a bridge, i don't want flippers, I cannot believe how much they are and they look so plastic, fake but are expensive to boot. I am frustrated. I visited three dentist here in Dallas and all just say it's either implants or flippers.. really? either i pay what i cannot afford its like buying a brand new car or live with flippers. So my search continues. Some say snap on's as an alternative or one tooth at a time, place a implant on one side, pay it off, then pay for the next one, pay it off and so forth till i have all of them in place. I am thinking, I would not mind permanent bridges like i had before but they will not do that. so i am thinking two implants, then the bridge to cover the gap in the middle..I set up a gofundme account..http://www.gofundme.com/robertt
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Permanent fixed dentures.
Amount: $0.00 not covered by insurance
Posted by: cookieb403 in jax, FL.Posted: August 4th, 2015 02:08PM
Which Tooth: upper and lower
Not begging for money or crying poor me. I am poor, I am a 60 year old disabled lady and I live WAY below the poverty level beside caring for my disabled sister and fostering shelter dogs that were on death row. So I know what it is to go hungry and go without luxury's. I also know the only way to get fixed dentures(not snap on) is to come up with the money on my own. I have been scrubbing floors and cleaning houses for friends to save money. Haven't been able to wear my lower dentures since I got them over 4 years ago. Can anyone tell me who is good, yet reasonable in central Florida? How hard is it to get a care credit loan? Has anyone gone abroad for dental work, what was the cost including air fair etc? I refuse to visit my family up north until I have teeth and can smile. I have a Grandbaby I haven't seen since losing my teeth, dignity, confidence and smile.
If their is a will their is a way and by God I will figure out a way!
So please give me some advice from REAL people!
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Had 3 extractions yesterday. The cost was 304.00 each extraction but with some kind of insurance plan you could get 30% off. The plan was 75.00 annually and came at a huge savings on the work as my final cost with the plan was 814... [more]
-Dental mess
Tooth Extraction Cost
McHenry MD - Suburban Propane
Paid: 3300.00
Just got my bill and in 5 weeks we supposedly used 356 gals. Hard to do when you are not there the entire time and you turned the thermostat to 60. They charged $.35 more per gallon then from 5 weeks ago. $3.42 per gallon... [more]
-Check your bill with Suburban
Propane Tank Cost
Laceration from stick
Paid: 25.00
Slipped and fell on a stick while running around on a hill, and recieved 2 lacerations on my right leg, one about an inch long and one about 2 inches long. Called my insurance asap (Kaiser) and they directed me to one of their Urgent Cares... [more]
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Stitches Cost
Urinalysis was asked of me
Paid: 3920.00
This was supposed to cost $250. Total!$3,675. for a urinalysis. Not mentioned anywhere on ANY search was this required to get a card... [more]
-Nellie28
Medical Marijuana Card Cost