Fillings, while more expensive than basic dental check-ups, both fix cavities and protect your mouth’s future health.
Most filling treatments hold stable prices in the following ranges: $50 to $150 for a single, silver amalgam filling.
$90 to $250 for a single, tooth-colored composite filling.
How much does a white filling cost?
The Cost of Dental Fillings Without Insurance
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.
Does dental insurance cover white fillings?
While most dental plans cover basic dental work and preventative procedures, there are some procedures that many do not provide coverage for. A prime example of this is composite (tooth-colored) fillings. Cosmetic procedures, such as tooth-whitening treatments, are also usually not covered by insurance.
How much should a dental filling cost?
If you have dental insurance, expect to pay an average of about $89 for an amalgam filling. Without insurance, you’ll pay up to $150 for a filling on one or two surfaces of the tooth. Amalgam fillings that cover three or more surfaces of the tooth run from $120 to $300.
Do you have to pay for white fillings?
There are currently no thanks for this post. A dentist doing NHS work only has to do what is clinically necessary to secure dental health. For most fillings on back teeth that will be amalgam fillings. If you choose to have white fillings that is a cosmetic choice and so will have to be paid for privately.