How Much Does a Molar Extraction Cost?

Although your molars are meant to last a lifetime, there may be times when an extraction may be needed.  This could include a crowded mouth, infection or the risk of an infection.  During an extraction, the tooth will be pulled using forceps.

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Average Reported Cost: $1195

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  1. Anne (Jupiter,  Florida) paid $1190.00 and said:

    Got the news from the dentist while sitting in the dentist chair that she can’t save the molar that she was checking on and has to extract it. She did local anesthesia, used some sutures, other than that, nothing special to it – except she completely RIPPED ME OFF!!! She charged me $1190.00 for extracting the tooth!!! I could have gone to the specialist where I go now. He would have extracted the tooth and done the bone replacement too, and all just for $700!!! There are some greedy ones out there!

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Marita (Tequesta,  Florida) paid $1200.00 and said:

    Got totally ripped off by Gloria, the dentist.
    I fell off of my chair when I found out that she charged my Care credit $1200 for extracting a molar in local anesthesia. I could have gone to any implant place, who would have extracted the tooth and do the bone replacement too, and all just for $700!!! Cannot understand this level of greed!

    ABSOLUTELY NOT WORTH IT!!!!

    Was it worth it? Yes

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