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Dental Work With No Insurance

I need a tooth pulled and have no insurance.

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March 17, 20150 found this helpful

You can call dentists in your area for possible low fees, however, dentists must pay their bills too so there are very few low cost dentists. If there is a dental school in your area, you can check for treatment-all work is done by students and the instructors oversee.

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March 21, 20150 found this helpful

Dental school in my area is a good choice but difficult to get/receive care as they have certain days and the person has to be at the college very early (first come first serve) and then return the following day for work to be done. Upfront fee right now is 90.00 for X-ray and simple extraction.

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Any other work has to scheduled at their "convenience" and may be a long wait period plus extra cost.

There may be a dentist in your area that works on an income sliding scale but there may/will still be a 75.00 (or more) upfront fee. Try looking at this site for help:

http://www.ncoa  -for-dental.html

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