A dental assistant at a local hospital will tell you that there’s no such thing as a free tooth.
But for a dentist who specializes in extracting and coloring teeth, the process is expensive.
The price tag for a root canal is $5,000 to $10,000 and takes up to eight hours, according to the American Dental Association.
If you’re the kind of person who prefers to take a break from your job to make ends meet, this is probably not for you.
For some people, it’s a necessary part of their treatment.
For others, it can be a hassle.
For example, Dr. Michael Brown of the New York State Department of Health told the New Yorker that he can’t afford to have a dentist for more than one visit a month.
He said he also can’t get enough of a dentist, and has tried to find other specialists in other parts of the country who will do the work for him.
Dr. Brown said he and his wife are getting rid of their dentist because they can’t find a dentist in the area that has the specialized knowledge to perform the procedure.
The couple, who also has a newborn, have two kids who are 5 and 8.
The dentist who will give you a root cava for free?
The guy who used to do root caesareans for the first time…
And the person who was the first to have one for free at his clinic?
Well, that person isn’t a dentist anymore.