How much does a dentist visit cost without insurance?

How much does a dentist visit cost without insurance?

How much does a dentist visit cost without insurance?

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Some dentists will give you a free estimate. A cleaning is around $100. Dental Insurance is $135.00 at Delta Dental per year. Other dental insurance is about the same. http://www.deltadentalins.com/ Then the cleanings would be $20. If you got your teeth cleaned twice a year then the money you would save would pay for the insurance. Prices to go to the dentist vary quite a bit. But if you wait chances are the bill will go up!

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