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Baby Dental – Expensive Dental Care

Tuesday, Nov. 24th 2020 8:49 AM

I have a little over $3500.00 dollars worth of dental work to be done and that is my cost with having dental insurance. The total cost for all the dental work I need is $8000.00. So my dental insurance is covering a big part of it.

Reply:  That said I just had a baby and have little money left. We do not have $3500.00. How can I have my teeth fixed. Is there anything I can do to make it cost less then $3000.00? I have been putting off having my teeth fixed for some time and now I do have some pain issues.

Reply: Here are just a few suggestions you can try and see which might work for you.

* Look for a more affordable dental office to get your work needed done. Maybe you are seeing a dentist that is costing more then other local dentist. The lower the cost the more you save.

* See if you current dental office is willing to offer you some type of payment options that you can afford to do

* Do only the dental work that is necessary to stop the pain. Then do the rest of the dental work a little at a time. That way you can save up your money each time you have more dental work done.

* It sounds as if you do have a good dental insurance plan currently so maybe call your insurance company and see what they can advise.

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