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Question DetailsAsked on 3/19/2013

i need a dentist but don't have insurance

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Many dental offices are used to assisting patients without insurance. Some have internal financing options. Some use 3rd party financers (like Care Credit). A few have sliding fee scales, but those are relatively rare. You can also check with your local health department to see if they have a dental service. Some areas have government or church-supported dental and health clinics. Also, check to see if your city has a dental school. Fees at dental schools are typically significantly lower than private practice.

My recommendation is that you find somewhere to go as soon as possible and at least get an exam and consultation. Many dental problems get more expensive to treat over time.

Best wishes,

Answered 7 years ago by Tc2004

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