The cost of endodontic treatment depends on the tooth and the complexity of the problem

Typically, molars are more difficult to treat and usually cost more than front teeth. Most dental insurance policies provide coverage for endodontic treatment.

Over the long-term, endodontic treatment and restoration of a natural tooth is less expensive than maintaining a new bridge or implant. If a tooth cannot be saved and is extracted, it should be replaced with either a bridge or implant. This is necessary to restore chewing function and prevent adjacent teeth from shifting.

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