Give an example of your school's fee schedule

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  1. Vapor1122

    Vapor1122 7+ Year Member

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    Just curious what other places are charging patients for various procedures.

    At NYU:
    PFM crown: 620
    CD, max/man: 700/650
    RCT, molar: 525
    2-surf posterior composite composite: 110
    Prophy: 70
    SRP, quadrant: 90
     
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    dentalprodigy Mr. Awesome 5+ Year Member

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    In not in dental school yet but I always thought that it was dependent on the patients income.

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    Masseter 2+ Year Member

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    Could be a good comparison :
    (Canadian fees)

    University of Montreal :
    PFM crown : 475
    CD. Max 265. Mand 265. (Both for 385).
    RCT. Molar 3 canals : 370.
    2 surf posterior composite-composite (molar) : 80
    Prophy : 70
    SRP quadrant : 75

    So yeah, PFM crown, complete dentures and RCT are (way) cheaper here. And at least 50% cheaper than private practice. We still have trouble finding some patients in different fields (!)
     
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    cmcner 7+ Year Member

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    USC's Fee Schedule
     

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    GTFOOMICT 2+ Year Member

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    You guys are way underestimating the value of an amalgam polish.
     
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    Contach 7+ Year Member

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    I don't know if we're allowed to give out our fee schedule like this, but I can say that Penn's fee schedule is very similar to NYU's given by Vapor1122. Our complete dentures are a bit cheaper, however.
     

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