Depending on what state you live in for New Patient Intermediate Visit costs around $118 or for a Periodic Oral Exam could cost $70. X-Rays can cost around $162. and Regular Teeth Cleaning can cost around $117.
If you don’t have dental or medical insurance, I know of a consumer driven company that has benefits (not insurance) that can cost less than the above figures. It would cost you around $37. for the Initial Oral Exam, and around $14. for Periodic Oral Exam and X-Rays would cost around $65 and Regular Teeth Cleaning could cost around $47. Just go to
$100 is a good estimate. The cleaning appointment and fee usually includes an initial exam and xrays.
This $100 estimate is assuming that you do not have dental insurance. Most US dental insurance covers a yearly cleaning and exam with xrays for almost nothing.
I just had mine cleaned~ $40
I guess it depends where you go. We have a dentist here in sioux falls SD that is a public health building and they do teeth cleaning for $25 or cheaper if you bring in check stubs and qualifie. so mabey look around your city for something like that.
$70 to $140. It depends on your area, it may be higher than that, but those are the estimates I got in NW Indiana.
ABOUT 40$ FOR MOST INSURANCE
All of this would depend on which part of the country you go to, the dentist’s personal fee settings, and if there will be x-rays taken at the time of the appointment.
My office (in the northeast) is $95 (cleaning only) and $110 (cleaning and x-rays).