If your child has pain around his or her teeth, it may be time for a root canal and crown. But how much does root canal treatment cost? The average price of a root canal ranges from approximately $300 to $2,000 depending on your insurance, location and dentist.
At Kool Smiles, we have many affordable treatment options. Call us today to speak with a dental expert about your root canal and crown procedure.
Keep reading to learn what influences the cost of a root canal.
A root canal is a common procedure to treat a damaged or infected tooth. Typically, a root canal is needed when the root of a tooth, or the tissue inside that you can’t see, gets infected and causes great pain.
During a root canal and crown process, the dentist makes an opening to get to the tissue and remove the damaged area. Then the inside of the tooth is cleaned out and filled back in with a crown to stop any more infection from entering the root.
A CostHelper survey shows the average root canal cost with and without insurance:
Another CostHelper survey shows the average cost of dental crowns based on the material they’re made of:
The average cost of root canal and crown can vary depending on a number of factors. These factors include:
Kool Smiles has over 120 locations nationwide and offers affordable dental care for kids. We have a friendly staff, kid-friendly waiting rooms and different payment options so that children everywhere can find affordable dental care. We also accept most insurance providers, including Medicaid, Tricare and SCHIP.
Call Kool Smiles today to learn more about affordable payment options for root canal and crown treatments.
American Association of Endontists http://www.aae.org/patients/treatments-and-procedures/root-canals/root-canals-explained.aspx
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