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The Dental Fee Guide is a helpful tool to increase transparency of dental costs and procedures. The Fee Guide is a recommended guide and not a mandatory fee structure. Dentists set the fees they charge on services based on their individual dental practice. The Fee Guide can help you compare prices so you can choose the dentist that works best for you.

Disclaimer: This may not cover your specific treatment needs or the actual cost of your care. Dentists determine their own treatment fees for the services they provide. Talk to your dentist for more details on your treatment options and any associated costs.

The 2019 Abbreviated Dental Guide provides some common dental procedures and fees.

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Check-Ups (new patients or re-call exams)

Check-ups and recall exams, known as diagnostic services, ensure detection and diagnosis of diseases or conditions of the head and neck.

Check-Ups (new patients or re-call exams)

Cleanings

Cleanings, known as prevention services, are services targeted at preventing disease or its progression.

Cleanings

Fillings and Crowns

Fillings and Crowns, known as restoration services, replaces lost tooth structure.

Fillings and Crowns

Removal of Teeth

Removal of Teeth is a process known as oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Removal of Teeth

Braces

Straightening of teeth, known as orthodontics is the supervision, guidance and correction of the growing or mature dental and facial structures using braces or other appliances.

Braces

Oral Disease

Treatment of oral disease, known as periodontics, is the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions of the supporting and surrounding tissues of the teeth.

Oral Disease

Root Canal

Root Canal Therapy, known as endodontics, is the treatment of a tooth having a damaged pulp/nerve.

Root Canal

Removable Partial or Complete Dentures

Removable Partial or Complete Dentures, known as prosthodontics removable or fixed, are dentures that can be removed by the patient. +L refers to laboratory charges that are in addition to the fee and vary case to case. One unit of time is 15 minutes.

Removable Partial or Complete Dentures

Fixed Dentures

Fixed dentures, known as prosthodontics -fixed, cannot be removed by the patient. Fixed dentures replaces one or more missing teeth and is attached to natural teeth and/or implants. +L refers to laboratory charges that are in addition to the fee and vary case to case.

Fixed Dentures