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  1. Try going to a dental school at UCLA or USC. They have to practice on somebody, and they generally have very reasonable rates over a regular dentist. Just so you don't freak, all the dentists-in-training are supervised and...

    5 Answers · Health · 06/08/2009

  2. ...western dental. They helped me. You do have to pay a co pay. Depending 0n how much the total is, it could be low 0r high. I had to pay 300 for my root canal. Total cost was 1300. They will work with you 0n prices...

    1 Answers · Health · 30/10/2012

  3. ...about having one. The dental insurance at most big companies does...and requires more work. His co-pay on something major (a 3-surface filling or a root canal) might be more than paying for everything...

    2 Answers · Health · 04/06/2010

  4. previous dentist said i needed a root canal. My tooth had a huge I mean more than 50...in and in the future if we need to fix it we can do a root canal or put top of the line crown and stuff for like $1500 that would...

    3 Answers · Health · 18/11/2010

  5. .... They cannot void your insurance. Most places ask for full payment on the day... is no way that a second root canal could be 'mandatory' as that would not take into account...

    3 Answers · Health · 01/01/2012

  6. ...as a filling to 18 months for major services such as a root canal. They also have a deductible and co-insurance that you will need to pay.

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 03/12/2007

  7. ... called in-network and out-of-network providers like regular medical insurance. They have deductibles and co-payments; in-network providers are cheaper for you...

    3 Answers · Health · 30/07/2012

  8. ...and 12 months for crowns and root canals. Some companies don't have a... also have an annual maximum of $750 to $3000 and co-insurance of 20 to 60% which limits their exposure...

    3 Answers · Health · 30/06/2012

  9. ... or can't afford insurance and dont qualify for financial assistance...and braces. For root canals you get around 58% off and that's..., no deductibles, no co-pays, no waiting ...

    5 Answers · Health · 09/07/2009

  10. ... at $1000 to $2000 per year so why pay some one for insurance if you can save that yorself and not have to deal with all the...when you figure out you payments and what they pay, you co pay and deductables you will probably have paide a lot...

    3 Answers · Health · 06/11/2008

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