Parkway Dental Fees 45

Parkway Dental Fees

How often can you find dental fees online?   We are proud to list our prices online.  Below you will find dental fees for many services.

*Healing and final complete denture included in price. Other providers may provide a low priced healing/immediate denture and then have you pay for a more expensive complete denture or a reline later. Our price includes the TOTAL cost of an immediate denture and includes adjustments, temporary relines and office visits.

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45 thoughts on “Parkway Dental Fees

    • Cleo Post author

      The charge for fillings depends on how big the filling is and what part of the tooth it is on. A small one surface silver filling is $100 and a one surface white filling is $120. The prices increase as the fillings get bigger. If you have a recent exam and treatment plan from another dentist we would be happy to give you a breakdown on the individual fillings that you need. That way we can give you an accurate estimate.

  • kdr

    My teeth are all in horrible shape from grinding them. I was told several years ago i need to have them pulled and be fitted for dentures. The teeth are now beginning to split and holes are huge. Problem is I have 22 teeth and at $90 a tooth to have them pulled that’s way too much money. I have no insurance. Is there any kind of break that’s provided for getting so many teeth extracted?

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      Come in and lets see what is going on, denture consultations are free. I hate to offer any kind of break unless we see the case first. The teeth could be very difficult to remove or really easy. If they look simple enough then we can probably work something out.

  • andielyn anderson

    Do you accept Metlife (FEDVIP) Federal dental plan? Are you a preferd provider? I am interested in a reline for dentures. Thank you

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      We accept all plans, but are not a provider for metlife. We are happy to process claims for you but you need to check with them and make sure they will pay an out of network provider.

  • mandy

    From what i can see on this website it seems unbelievably resonable, my husband has been in search for a good resonable dentist to pull all his teeth and recieve dentures, he has a severe genetic tooth decay desease diagnosed by another dentist about 2 years ago, he has gang green and just by biting down or sucking air teeth constantly fall apart and break on him, he is young to be going through this but due to generations of this desease not a single dentist will help him without a large amount of money we do not have, i would love to actually see him smile and be without pain for once, can you help him please even if hes in his 30s?

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      Age is not an issue. If he is having those kinds of problems then we should get him taken care of. Schedule for a consultation with one of our offices and we will do a work up see exactly what is going on and get him taken care of.

  • Patty

    I have dentures but i can’t wear my uppers they feel to big how much to have a consultation and i have no insurance

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      We would not charge anything just to take a look. I think you will probably need one of two options. Option 1 would be a hard reline $150. Option 2 would be a new denture $425. A reline can be done if the denture is in good shape and works correctly when you chew. You should have a hard reline done every 3-4 years to prolong the life of your denture and keep it fitting good. If the problems are more severe then you may need a new denture.

  • Sandra

    I need to have a lot of work done is it possible to have it done a little at a time also do you do free consultations?

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      We can do work in stages, that is no problem. We do free consultations, but that is different than a dental exam. In a dental exam the doctor goes over every tooth and the tissue surfaces in your mouth and records everything. A free consultation is an appointment to talk about some overall options, i.e. going to dentures, or having veneers. If you expect to have a lot of fillings, root canals, and crowns we should schedule you for an exam, but we are happy to meet with you for a consultation to discuss an overall treatment approach.

  • Melissa

    Hello, I am uninsured and I was wondering if you offer any payment plans because I can’t afford to pay for all of my dental work at once

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      We do offer financing through Care Credit, but do not do any inhouse financing at this time. You can apply to Care credit through their website.

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      Depends on the implants the doctor uses, and the amount of bone that is available to hold them. The doctor may place larger implants and only place 2. in some cases 4 small implants will work better. Our pricing is $1200 per upper or lower no matter how many are placed.

  • Rebecca

    So are these prices include insurance? What if I have dental insurance and a flex spending account with about 500.00 on it. Do you do payments? My credit sucks and will not qualify for a loan. .

    • The Lab Guy Post author

      Are prices don’t change. your insurance should pick up a portion of the cost. We can give you a better breakdown if you would like to come in for a free consult we can see how much they would pay for. We currently do not due payments.

  • Cameron

    My first question is, how much would you charge to just look and tell me all what’s going on and needs fixing. I’m sure I have major issues because no matter how much I brush my breathe stink. Then as long as they aren’t too horrible I’d like braces. How much would to charge for those, and the consultation for them? Also maybe any deals or ways to lower price would be amazing. I’m a single 18 year old with no insurance, low income and in big need of dental work. I’m affraid they are to gone to save. Help.

    • Smilehelper

      We can schedule you for a consultation and we do not charge for that initial appointment. Unfortunately Dr. Hanson does not do braces. But you will be given a treatment plan at that consultation appointment with a couple different options and also what it will cost. Due to too many issues in the past we no longer do any payment plans but we do take care credit, and you can look that up online and see what options you have available and even give them a call, they are very helpful. Please give us a call and we will get you scheduled for a consultation.

  • eric hagan

    I am having the last four upper teeth removed in salida Colorado Tuesday. Wish I would have known about your office sooner. ( cash payer) …but I would like you to make my dentures asap.
    $425.00 will there be any other charges other than the gas and drive time? Will I be able to eat with them wile we are in your beautiful city.?
    Eric hagan

    • Smilehelper

      Hi Eric
      We would be more then happy to make your dentures. The soonest appointment I have for dentures is going to be next Wednesday November 11 (I can also put you on a cancellation list to call you when something sooner opens). It’s a 3 step appointment in one day. First appointment is at 8:00am, you come in we do impressions you meet the lab tech and get a shade. You then come back at 10:00am do a “try-in” make sure you like the color of the teeth the shape the lab tech does measurements. The final appointment is at 4:30pm when you come back to the office get your denture and take it home! Sometimes you do need to have adjustments done due to sore spots but other then that YES you will most definitely be able to eat!!! Please give our office a call to schedule an appointment 970-208-8046. Look forward to hearing from you!!


    • Smilehelper

      Depending on the tooth, root canals range from $495.00-$695.00 and crowns are $525.00. Sometimes, depending on how much tooth structure is or isn’t there Dr might have to build the tooth up to make it sturdier and that’s $75.00 but again, this might not have to be done.
      If you have any other questions or would like to schedule an appointment please contact us 970-208-8046

      Thank you!

  • SLaM

    What is the price for cleaning or for a full exam cleaning and x-rays?
    Also, I am currently enrolled in the “Clear” plan with Delta Dental and need a crown for an upper molar. Could you give me a rough estimate what I would pay out-of-pocket for a dental crown? Thank you for your kind consideration.

    • Smilehelper

      Hello. For full cleaning, exam and x-rays its $100.00 Without having your insurance information and/or benefits I’m not exactly sure what your plan covers. Our crowns without insurance are $525.00 with most insurance companies they pay 50% but like I said not knowing your specific plan that could change a little, but it’s safe to say that $525.00 would be “worse” case :) If you would like to schedule an appointment or if you have any other questions please contact us. 970-208-8046. Look forward to talking to you soon

      Thank you!

  • candy martinez

    I have a few upper and lower teeth missing and am interested in partials. I dont have dental insurance and would be paying out of pocket. And wanting to know info about payment plans. I dont qualify for care credit.

    • Smilehelper

      Hi Candy
      Dr. Hanson does FREE consultations. I would recommend scheduling an appointment with him to see exactly what needs to be done and how much your expecting to pay out of pocket and go from there. Unfortunately, we do not do any payment plans. Everything has to be paid in full for whatever treatment is done at time of service but we can do it in steps or whatever needs to be done to try to help as much as possible. If you would like to schedule that free consultation, or if you have any other questions please contact us 970-208-8046.

      Thank you!