In Australia, a filling can cost between $100 to $300.
According to the national Australian dental fee survey for 2017, a simple filling (item 522) can cost up to $200 and a more complex filling (item 535) can cost up to $320.
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How much does Filling cost?
According to CostHelper: Metal (silver amalgam) fillings can cost between $50 and $150 for one to two teeth, and between $120 and $300 for more than two teeth. Tooth-colored resin fillings usually cost between $90 and $250 for one to two teeth, and between $150 and $450 for three or more.
How much does it cost to go to the dentist without insurance?
Readers of consumer information site CostHelper.com report paying $80 to $175 for just a routine cleaning performed by a dental hygienist (an average of $127) and anywhere from $114 to $320 for a complete teeth cleaning appointment that typically includes dental X-rays and an exam by a dentist (an average of $198).5 May 2017
Why is dental so expensive in Australia?
Industry sources all point to greed as the main reason dentists charge fees many patients can’t afford. For many Australians, dentists’ fees are so high that they simply allow their dental health to decay. So what is it that makes dentists so expensive?23 Aug 2013
How much do dentures cost Australia?
According to the 2017 national dental fee survey, a full upper and lower conventional denture (item 719) in Australia can cost up to $3,870. For either an upper or lower denture (not both) the cost can be up to $2,000.