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$ 120
Mar 2007
Northeast Arkansas
Emergency tooth extraction  more... close row
$ 190
Mar 2008
Portland, Oregon
Emergency crown on a molar  more... close row
$ 320
Aug 2007
Jackson, MI
Emergency tooth extraction at clinic  more... close row
$ 200
Sep 2007
Tempe, AZ
Crown replacement after biting into gooey candy  more... close row
$ 347
Aug 2008
Syracuse NY
Emergency exam and filling  more... close row
$ 95
Feb 2008
Coopersburg, PA
Filing of chipped tooth flouride treatment  more... close row
$ 250
Apr 2008
New York, New York
Emergency dental care a must when in pain  more... close row
$ 1500
Feb 2008
San Diego, CA
Emergency wisdom tooth extraction  more... close row
$ 350
Nov 2006
Birmingham, Michigan
Tooth removal with laughing gas  more... close row
$ 420
Jun 2007
La Crescent, MN
Emergency tooth removal with bad service  more... close row
$ 0
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$ 295
Jan 2010
Salt Lake City, Utah
Extraction of infected molar, including anesthesia and x-rays.  more... close row
$ 120
Jun 2008
Valrico, Florida
Disorganized unhelpful dentist  more... close row
$ 90
Apr 2008
Baltimore, Maryland
Emergency dental service is for extreme pain  more... close row
$ 250
Mar 2008
Garland, TX
Removal of cracked molar  more... close row

Description of service

I cracked a molar tooth and was in GREAT pain. I couldn't afford to go to the dentist so I just dealt with it for a while longer. The tooth ended up breaking in pieces after a week and I ended up needing surgery to have it removed. I walked in the emergency dental office and told them about my tooth. They said that they would need to take X=Rays and I would have to pay up front. It cost me a whopping 250.00. But for the pain to be gone, I would have paid a 1000.00.

Review of Service

When I walked into the office, I did have to sit for about five minutes but hey, that is no time at all in a doctors office lobby. They sat me in their little chair and talked to me about different things to keep my mind off of what they were doing. But I still knew... They ended up sticking my mouth a few times with a local numbing agent and then let my face turn to rubber. Well that is what it felt like. And they began the surgery. They cut my gums and pried the tooth out. It took less that 10 minutes from the time I was numb. And I tell ya, that was the best most relieving 250.00 I had ever spent.


Keep your teeth in good shape. Otherwise you end up in my position. And all I did... or rather, didn't do, was floss. I brush daily and still have problems. But if you are more like me, I suggest finding an oral surgeon rather than a regular dentist. The dentists seem to always cause more pain.