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Tooth Extraction And Cost To Remove A Tooth


A tooth extraction involves removing a tooth from the socket in the bone.

The cost of a simple tooth extraction can range anywhere between $75 and $150. If the tooth is broken off at the gum line, it will be considered a surgical extraction and usually cost $150 to $300. Extracting a wisdom tooth can cost anywhere between $150 and $350, but if it's an impacted wisdom tooth then the cost could climb as high as $650 or more.

Tooth Extraction Cost

REDUCE TOOTH EXTRACTION COST:  Due to the pain that can come with an impacted tooth, many shop for a dental plan with NO waiting period that can be used immediately. Since dental insurance usually requires a six to twelve month waiting period, more and more people see the value of a discount dental service like AmeriPlan®. In many areas, using a discount dental service can cut the price of a tooth extraction by up to 50%.

Consumers may also choose a discount dental service for several other reasons, additional to what they save on tooth extraction:

  • Cosmetic dentistry such as bleaching, bonding and implants are included. 
  • Orthodontics (dental braces) included for both children and adults.
  • All ongoing dental / medical problems are accepted (except orthodontic treatment already in progress)
  • No waiting period. You can go to the dentist immediately. 
  • All Specialists included - Oral Surgeons, Orthodontists, Endodontists, Periodontists and Prosthodontists.
  • Members may change dentists at any time without having to notify anyone.
  • No annual limitations
  • No paperwork
  • Instant savings

Typically, dental insurance permits only about $1,000 per year coverage so if there are other teeth needing to be extracted then the cost can escalate above the annual limit.  Because of the limited coverage that dental insurance provides, most people have come to realize that they don't have much protection from the high cost of dental care with dental insurance alone.

It's been said that with dental insurance you pay a lot each month and get a little, but with a discount dental service like AmeriPlan® you pay a little and get a lot (by saving much more than the annual limit from dental insurance, not to mention the reduced monthly cost).  Even people with dental insurance find that the extra protection offered by AmeriPlan® can lower their expenses when their annual limits have reached their maximum.

People throughout the country just like you are convinced that this is the best value dental service available and it only costs $19.95 a month for the family. 

Joining AmeriPlan® is as EASY as A, B, C...

 
  1. Access Provider Network => Find a Dentist

  2. See sample fee schedule:

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    3.   The last step...

 

Click Here To Join and Reduce The Cost Of Your Tooth Extraction! 
(Includes Dental, Vision, Prescription, and Chiropractic Care)

After you join, your ID# will be e-mailed to you. Print your e-mail receipt and show it to your AmeriPlan® dentist. Your dentist can confirm that you are a new member by calling 1-800-647-8421.

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Important: Once you become a member, If for any reason you decide that it's not for you, you can cancel at anytime. We want you to be pleased with your membership so you will refer more people to this site.
 

The following cities are experiencing increased demand for our services.  If you are located near one of the following cities and would like more information about becoming an AmeriPlan® representative, please contact us immediately.  (If your city is not on the list, we would like to talk with you about our nationwide promotion.)

   



AmeriPlan Dental® offers discounts on tooth extractions in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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Top Questions:

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What do these procedures cost without a dental plan?

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 Braces

- Bonding

- Bridge

- Cavity

- Crown

- Deep Cleaning

- Dentures

- Implant

- Periodontal

- Remove Tooth

- Root Canal

- Toothache

- Tooth Filling

- Wisdom Tooth


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- Dry Mouth