Treatment fees vary depending on the complexity of the problem and which tooth is affected. In most cases, root canal treatment and proper restoration of your natural tooth is less expensive than alternatives that remove the diseased tooth and replace it with an artificial tooth. Preserving your natural tooth usually takes less time, results in fewer complications, and looks more natural compared to alternative treatment options. Nothing looks, feels, or functions quite like your natural tooth.
For your convenience, we accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. We also offer Care Credit Financing® which can be used at other dental and medical offices that also accept Care Credit. To apply for Care Credit Financing®, please click here. Payment in full is due at the time services are rendered unless other written arrangements are made in advance.
Please call our office if you would like more specific information about your particular situation. Using information provided by your referring dentist, we can usually give you a good estimate of the cost of your treatment. By visiting www.fairhealthconsumer.org, you may also look up the estimated cost for various medical and dental procedures by zip code. This website compiles information submitted by dental and medical providers to insurance companies to better understand the average cost of procedures in an area. Because specialists are experts in their field and they treat conditions that are much more complex, fees for service are typically higher (~20%) than the average quoted on this consumer website. By seeing a specialist to treat your condition, you significantly increase the chances of a successful outcome and typically will save time and money in the long run.