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How Much Does a Root Canal Cost?

 
low costFront Tooth: $300-$1,500average costBicuspid: $400-$1,800high costMolar: $500-$2,000
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Root canal therapy involves the soft inner core of a tooth, called the pulp. Running like a thread from near the top of the tooth down through its root, the pulp provides the tooth with nutrients and nerves. If the pulp is diseased or injured, the pulp tissue dies. Without treatment, the surrounding tissue becomes infected and abscesses can form.

Typical costs:

  • A front tooth typically has one canal while a rear molar may have three or more, so the cost of root canal treatment depends on the number of canals in the tooth, the location of the tooth (ease of access) and the training and experience of the dental professional. Root canals can be done by general dentists or by root canal specialists called endodontists, who typically work on the most difficult cases and charge 30%-50% more than general dentists.
  • Dental insurance might cover 40%-80% of the costs, depending on the terms of the policy. However, many dental plans only pay a maximum of $1,000-$1,500 per year for all covered dental procedures.
  • On a front tooth, root canal treatment can cost $300-$1,500 or more but typically is about $900-$1,100 depending on complexity and whether the work is done by a dentist or an endodontist. For example, CostHelper readers without insurance coverage report paying $960-$1,348 for a front tooth root canal, at an average cost of $1,156. CostHelper readers with insurance report out-of-pocket costs of $243-$1,200, for an average payment of $608.
  • A root canal on a bicuspid or premolar tooth (mid-mouth) can cost $400-$1,800 or more, but typically is about $900-$1,100. CostHelper readers without insurance report paying $600-$1,550, or an average cost of $957. CostHelper readers with insurance report out-of-pocket expenses of $290-$375, or an average cost of $333.
  • Root canal therapy on a back molar can be $500-$2,000 or more, but typically costs about $1,000-$1,300. CostHelper readers without insurance report paying $500-$1,583 at an average cost of $1,184. CostHelper readers with insurance report out-of-pocket expenses of $300-$1,654, with an average payment of $682.
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What should be included:
  • An X-ray is taken to reveal the shape of the canals and any bone infection. Once the area is numb, a rubber sheet isolates the tooth, which is drilled open, cleaned using pin-sized files and suction, filled, sealed and covered. The Mayo Clinic offers a slide show[1] illustrating this process.
  • A root canal is often completed in one appointment, although it can require three or more visits depending on the extent and complexity of the problem, including if it's necessary to let an infection clear up before the canal is sealed. Once the root canal is completed, additional dental appointments will be needed to finish restoring the tooth with a filling or a crown, but this restoration work is not considered part of the root canal process.
  • There are many commonly held beliefs about root canals that are incorrect, like the perception that the procedure itself is painful. The American Association of Edodontists explains common root canal myths[2] .
Additional costs:
  • If the initial consultation determines that the root canal must be done on an emergency basis, there may be a same-day-, next-day- or weekend-procedure fee of $50-$100 or more.
  • After the root canal is done, the tooth is typically topped with a dental crown, which can cost $500-$1,500 or more per tooth for all-porcelain crowns (typically used on front teeth); $800-$2,500 or more for metal (typically used on out-of-sight back molars); or $800-$3,000 or more for porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns (which can be used on front or back teeth). Or in a few cases, only a filling is needed, at an additional cost of $90-$300 or more.
Discounts:
  • The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research lists tips for finding low-cost dental care[3] .
  • Dental school clinics[4] may offer reduced rates for services by supervised students or faculty.
Shopping for a root canal:
  • If the patient has dental insurance, the insurance company will provide a list of approved dentists.
  • If the root canal is complicated, most dentists will provide a referral to a local endodontist. Search for a local dentist through the American Dental Association[5] or for an endodontist through the American Association of Endodontists[6] .
  • WedMD lists factors to consider when choosing a dentist[7] .
Material on this page is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Always consult your physician or pharmacist regarding medications or medical procedures.
 
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root canal
Amount: $229.00
Posted by: jen hanshew in Las Vegas, NV.Posted: September 11th, 2014 08:09AM
Which Tooth: #18Practitioner: Tingey
Total charge was just under 1500 with 229 co pay
nitrus would have been 90.
1500 for less than 40 mins of work including exam /xrays.
shame on these dentist. it s not like they need to jack up prices to compensate for non paying customers like the hosp. do.
They may be despised more than attorneys for such robbery.
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great experience w roots canal (one place endodontics)
Amount: $251.80
Posted by: Adrian K in schamburg, IL.Posted: July 24th, 2014 01:07PM
Which Tooth: 18Practitioner: dr jafarnia
I went to a specialist Dr. Jafania in Schamburg, Il to get my root canal done on tooth 18 (back left lower molar). It began hurting pretty bag and I just put it on the backburner for too long. All of the other dentists wanted to charge me way more - even the ones that were in network with Met Life PPO (my insurance). Anyway, overall great experience - very professional, didn't feel any pain (I did ask for nitrous sedation), and it doesn't hurt today and it's been just 24 hours since I had the procedure.. He also does everything under a microscope and is very upfront, won't try to wax your insurance with unnecessary 'consultations/xrays/etc.' I called them, told them I needed a root canal done, gave them my insurance, they told me the cost to the exact penny, and did a fantastic work. Too bad all he does is root canals because now I need to get a crown. Hopefully I'll find some other dental professional that's just as good.
Highly recommend Dr. Jafania and his staff!!
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root canal
Amount: $875.00
Posted by: evie in St Louis, MO.Posted: May 7th, 2014 06:05PM
Which Tooth: no 22Practitioner: clayton, mo.
i had a root canal this morning at a cost of 875.00 and then i have to get a crown from my regular dentist. i figured if the guy did 4 or 5 a day at that price (i got a discount of about 100.00)the dentist makes about 1 million a year. not a bad profession...for about 6 hrs. work a day.
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Rooot canal and dental costs
Amount: $1,000.00
Posted by: gunste in Mt.View, CA.Posted: August 6th, 2013 07:08PM
Which Tooth: #23Practitioner:
I am fairly certain that the cost of dental procedures of a specific code is quite constant within a dental association locality. I was once told about a crown:"if you want a better price you have to go to a different location."
My dentist referred me and it cost me $1000 for a 30 minute procedure. It is the problem with the fee for service system that dentists and doctors like to use. Plus using the coding book that seems to allow for a "No competition on price", like a cartel. In industry that calls for anti-trust action.
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Root Canal w/ Crown
Amount: $600.00
Posted by: Britney in Upland, PA.Posted: May 10th, 2013 09:05AM
Which Tooth: #10Practitioner: Dentist
Tooth #10 next to my front teeth broke off near the gum line. I have insurance but it does not cover root canals. My crown was $300, post and core was $100, and the endodontic therapy was $200. Prior to getting the procedure I voiced how I had bad credit and could not be accepted for payment plans. The dentist was SO sweet, was very patient with me and accepted installments from me based on my word. The original cost of my treatment plan was $900 and she dropped it down to $600 to fit my budget. I understand I came into a rare situation but I'm so happy now that my smile is perfect again!
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Root Canal
Amount: $990.00
Posted by: RayB in Cortland, OH.Posted: February 13th, 2013 09:02AM
Which Tooth: 31Practitioner: Cortland Dental
My Dentist saw me on short notice with a sudden tooth ache. X-ray provided diagnose of needing a root canal in the lower molar. Prescribed anti-biotic to be taken for a week. Three canal root job done by drilling through existing gold crown. Several x-rays taken during procedure, then composite fill. No pain until I got the bill! Checking this and other sites it appears a low end "normal" price for the work done.
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Root canal/crown
Amount: $444.00
Posted by: doubled in tampa, FL.Posted: February 7th, 2013 12:02PM
Which Tooth: 19-middle botton left molarPractitioner:
Had a filling fall out of molar and didnt go to get it fixed for atleast 3-4 months. The molar then cracked. Had to get a root canal and crown. I have insurance with metlife with a 1500 max, root canal covered 80% and crown 60% ended up costing me 444.33, i was so suprised at how cheap it came out to be and this is not some hole in the wall place. Still have more insurance money for my few cavities.
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Root Canal
Amount: $350.00
Posted by: Gwendolyn Holden in Raleigh, NC.Posted: January 15th, 2013 05:01PM
Which Tooth: BackPractitioner:
I cracked the back of my tooth and was in severe pain the week before Christmas, my dentist suggested to perform a root canal, in order to save the tooth. I completed two sessions, and had no pain none what so ever.Did not have to take any pain pills and I only paid $350.00. By the way, I had no insurance. I don't know if my dentist was in a good mood because it was Christmas or what, all I know he got me out of pain, charge me $350.00 and sent me on my way. I have the best Dentist in the world!! when I return for my second session, NO CHARGE. NO PAIN TALKING ABOUT FAVOR FROM GOD. I Praise God for My Dentist.
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root canal & porcelain crown
Amount: $3,900.00
Posted by: craven in smithfield, NC.Posted: December 5th, 2012 08:12PM
Which Tooth: 10Practitioner:
They gave me an estimate... I think is too expensive..
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root canal and crown
Amount: $750.00
Posted by: Ost Mott in Phila, PA.Posted: November 11th, 2012 02:11PM
Which Tooth: molarPractitioner: Temple Univ Dental Clinic
If you get the dental work done at a dental school by fourth year or postgraduate dental students, (most large universities have dental and medical schools ), you can get a significant discount. And the work is usually excellent and is under the supervision of dental professors, with state of the art equipment. Hope this helps.
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ROOTCANAL AND CAD/CAM CROWN
Amount: $1,152.00
Posted by: LUPE in RIVERSIDE, CA.Posted: November 1st, 2012 09:11AM
Which Tooth: 29Practitioner: GROVE DENTAL
EVERYTHING WAS DONE ON SAME DAY!
ROOT CANAL AND CROWN ON SAME VISIT.
I BELIEVE I GOT A GREAT DEAL.
WILL DEF COME BACK HERE.
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Two root canals, adjacent molars, one session
Amount: $2,500.00
Posted by: J Clemmer in Nashville, TN.Posted: August 27th, 2012 06:08PM
Which Tooth: 23, 24Practitioner: Sheats Nashville
Stunned at the cost, but I see that it was in line with what other endodontists charge. Seems to have worked, with no pain now.
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Crown
Amount: $811.21
Posted by: Ness in Sacramento, CA.Posted: August 25th, 2012 01:08AM
Which Tooth: #3Practitioner: Zinfadel Dental Practice in Sacramento
SHOP AROUND GUYS! Seriously if you are on a budget you need to shop around as if you were buying a car. One office told me 1,400 for one crown, i went online and got some cheap dental clinics in my area, most that have Medi-Cal/ Low-income based patients (usually offer cheaper prices than the private ones). I was also in pain like many of you but toughed it out with pain killers and anti-biotics until i found a good price. Luckily since I am a full-time college student and explained my situation to the receptionist, he helped me fill out some forms and were able to get my Root Canal covered for free so all i had to pay for was the crown. This office did not offer payments plans but were nice enough to let me pay half on my first visit and the other half when the crown came back from the lab and was ready to be put in. I hope i've encouraged some of you to shop around, i feel your pain!! I went through it. Good Luck.
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Root Canal and Crown
Amount: $1,470.00
Posted by: DeeP in Fresno, CA.Posted: July 17th, 2012 03:07PM
Which Tooth: #30 Bottom MolarPractitioner: Dr. Woo
Had sensitivity to cold and went to dentist and periodontist, they both said Root Canal. Went to a specialist Entodonist and with discount dental plan($81 per year) the Root Canal etc was $1020. Back to my dentist who charged me $475 for crown with buildup.Had it done today. Feels ok hope it lasts 7/17/2012
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Emergency Root canal while 8 months pregnant
Amount: $1,200.00
Posted by: tytysmommy in Fort Lauderdale, FL.Posted: May 9th, 2012 06:05PM
Which Tooth: molar top left side 2nd from the backPractitioner: Ft Lauderdale FL
I had horrible pain I was charged $1200.00 for the first part of the procedure. He only said he killed 95% of the root to get me out of pain but that I have to come back for the rest of the procedure after the baby is born. He said another 45 mins in the chair then I need the crown and I have no idea what that is going to run me. I was in so much pain I didn't even ask what the price was now I am in shock that I am only a 1/3 of the way through. Thanks for the comments though as least I am more informed now.
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Root Canal tooth with crown
Amount: $2,500.00
Posted by: Who gets to set these prices? Rip Off in Santa Clara, CA.Posted: April 24th, 2012 05:04PM
Which Tooth: 13Practitioner: Santa Clara, CA
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root canal and crown
Amount: $140,000.00
Posted by: a user in Hartford, CT.Posted: March 8th, 2012 04:03PM
Which Tooth: 14Practitioner: Dym and Balla
total cost was 2400. insurance cover 1000.of it crown was 1000. at 1 dentist and root canal was 1400. at the other.This was the first time needing this.The tooth had been crack and was sensitve to everything.
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No r/c option
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: tanksalot in Willimantic, CT.Posted: February 15th, 2012 03:02PM
Which Tooth: #4 PremolarPractitioner: Flanagan
I went in for a painful area above a previously root-canal'd & capped tooth. After x-ray, dentist explained 50% success record of retreated r/c teeth, so I deferred to his judgment and opted for implant/cap. I was never shown the x-ray. He injected anesthetic and returned 15 min. later. I remarked that I was putting quite a bit of money into one tooth.

Surprisingly, he never extracted the tooth, but gave me antibiotic. I learned (on the way out) that the implant/cap would cost me $2700. To have me make the decision to have the tooth extracted and the implant/cap done, costing me $2700 out-of-pocket without me having any idea of the expense of that decision was outrageous. Given a 50% chance of success and a relatively low cost for a r/c retreatment, I NEVER would have selected the extraction approach. I had asked for a copy of the x-ray on my way out, but have never received it.Neither was my cost submitted so it could be applied to my deductible.
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root canal and crown
Amount: $1,100.00
Posted by: jacksonrig in milpitas, CA.Posted: February 7th, 2012 05:02PM
Which Tooth: left lower molarPractitioner: shoker
exelant dentist compassionate for the financially chalenged
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ROOT CANAL
Amount: $1,500.00
Posted by: AJB IN FORT LAUD., FL in FORT, FL.Posted: February 5th, 2012 06:02AM
Which Tooth: #18Practitioner: DR ROBERT COMORA
THIS IS A QUOTE I REC'D IN FEB. W/O INS. WITH INS. AND THE PRICE OF A SECOND ROOT CANAL (RETREAT) ON #13 + THE OFFICE VISIT THE TOTAL PKG. CAME TO $2,450. THE TOTAL PRICE W/O INS. WOULD HAVE BEEN $3,475! THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE CROWNS OR POSTS! THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT IT WILL TAKE. I HAVE ALREADY HAD TWO OTHER TEETH FINALLY PULLED!
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Root Canal
Amount: $1,350.00
Posted by: High desert girl in Palmdale, CA.Posted: January 21st, 2012 09:01PM
Which Tooth: #12Practitioner: Keyvan Lazar DDS
I had a prior root canal on this tooth many years ago and had to have it redone. The reason for the higher price. My dentist in Ridgecrest sent me to Palmdale. I totally trust him and his recommendation was well worth the money. My mother has dentures and hates them. I will never have them. If I end up losing a tooth I will go to implants.
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root canal/crown
Amount: $2,400.00
Posted by: a user in williamsport, PA.Posted: January 19th, 2012 10:01AM
Which Tooth: 31 molarPractitioner:
I think this is ridiculously expensive!!
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Root Canal $900 w/insurance
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Upset in PArma, OH.Posted: November 7th, 2011 04:11AM
Which Tooth: back molarPractitioner:
Root canal and crown with insurance $900.00 It lasted 6 months. Dentist did all that on a rotted tooth. NEVER again. I will just pull them. It is an EVIL world out there with EVIL people.
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Root Canal; # 19 4 roots with bad angles...
Amount: $1,500.00
Posted by: a user in NY, .Posted: September 15th, 2011 07:09PM
Which Tooth: 19Practitioner: Good Dentist FRIEND
Don't have insurance, thank god had some cash.. well I did have some cash ...900 RC/600 Crown ..not bad
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Root Canal with Crown
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Bummer in MPLS, MN.Posted: July 18th, 2011 09:07AM
Which Tooth: # 14 Upper Left MolarPractitioner:
I have been checking prices in MN since unemployed and uninsured and I am being quoted from 1213.00 to 1265.00 for the root canal (although U of M denistry school states 400 - 800) and the crown is being priced from 700(U of M Denistry school) to 1200.00 at dentist.
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Price Quote??
Amount: $2,000.00
Posted by: Meg Amanda in Helena, GA.Posted: July 12th, 2011 06:07AM
Which Tooth: MolarPractitioner: Local Dentist
I've finally had it with the pain in my tooth and decided to go to the dentist. I'm a stay at home mom w/ no insurance or income, so I was scared of what they would charge me. I need a root canal on my left side molar, a crown rebuild and cap. They priced it a little over $2000. I wanted to cry. When I questioned others about this, they said the price was outrageous and have had others do it for less, but not in this area. What is reasonable?
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Root Canal
Amount: $2,000.00
Posted by: Hatetoothpain in Porterville, CA.Posted: May 6th, 2011 08:05AM
Which Tooth: front left sidePractitioner: Western Dental
I was already going to western dental for a 3000.00 implant. I had moved to another city close by and needed a root canal. I figured 600-1000 dollars. They told me it would cost 2100.00. I am an unemployed single mom of 4 kids. My son also has braces from them. They just seem to charge a whole lot of money. Obviously, people go there because they don't have insurance or limited financial means. It seems like western dental would be priced a bit more reasonable. Anyone else have this problem?
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Root Canal no insurance plan
Amount: $2,600.00
Posted by: Claudia Donolli in Clayton, NC.Posted: April 8th, 2011 02:04PM
Which Tooth: CaninePractitioner: Dr. Riccobene
I recently went for a checkup to be evaluated with a treatment plan and cleaning for $99. Needless to say the total was over $8,000. Three crowns, three fillings and some cracked teeth filled. I want to focus on the painful canine right now which I received antibiotics from this dentists for. I decided to try a new approach as we are on a fixed income with no dental insurance. I am offering $400 cash for the root canal alone which he wants $826 for. Hope this works. Lets see if there is kindness out there.
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Root Canal and Crown (single tooth)
Amount: $2,524.00
Posted by: toothurty in Wentzville, MO.Posted: April 5th, 2011 03:04PM
Which Tooth: 13Practitioner:
Root Canal: $937.00
Crown prep: $315.00
Porcelain Crown: $1272.00
Total: $2524.00
Cost was completely out of pocket, no insurance. The Doctor was kind enough to at least provide a free evaluation and x-rays.
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Did I get a deal?
Amount: $788.00
Posted by: nowindebt in Los Angeles, CA.Posted: April 1st, 2011 12:04PM
Which Tooth: left First premolarPractitioner: G.S. Frankel
I paid credit, using the doctor's inhouse credit payment plan of no intrest in 6 months to get the whole procedure. From the looks of the other posts I don't think I got a good discount. More like the average price.
Root canal: $788
Steel Post: $364
Crown (porcelin fused to metal): $668
x-ray: $25
Total dental visit: $1845
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South of the Border!
Amount: $2,400.00
Posted by: eddie23 in los angeles, CA.Posted: March 26th, 2011 01:03AM
Which Tooth: 2 Fron Teeth, 3 MolarPractitioner: Dr. Arcos ensenada bc
Had both root canals and crowns on my two front teeth, 4 molars and two fillings for under 2400 us dollars. Sure I heard the horror stories before about Mexico and how behind they might be compare to us dentist but I was totally won and I am not the first one to go to this dentist. I am a career profesional averaging close to a six figure salary here in the us with health insurance and all this procedure was estimated by my dentist here in Santa Monica to be well over 18,000. Sorry not happening. Couldn't be happier
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