First, I must say this is the most information I have ever read on a dentist web site. Great that you have taken the time to do this and helpful to a patient. Thank you and continue to provide this great service to all patients who are considering comestic dentistry. I was struggling with my decision to go to my general dentist but I found a comestic dentist in my area whom you recommend.
I have a question. Should a comestic dentist cost more than my general dentist? I have read your cost survey and agree it should but by how much?
Greg from California
Thank you for the compliments. It makes me feel good that you appreciate the service we’re providing. We really do try to steer people in the right direction so they can get quality cosmetic dentistry.
It’s hard to compare the prices of dentists, but I’ll try. There are some general dentists that are just as expensive, even more expensive sometimes, than cosmetic dentists. So it’s hard to pin down an amount for a difference. Plus, fees for dentistry vary widely across the country. Here’s how I would put it – if crowns in your community typically cost $900 to $1000, a typical cosmetic dentist may charge somewhere around $1200. I hope that gives you a good idea. But there are some cosmetic dentists, and general dentists too, that may charge as much as $2000 or more for a crown.
– Dr. Hall
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