It’s not that they’re cheap.
But they are, according to a new study from the University of Iowa.
The study found that the average price of a dentist’s office visit is $4,965.
That’s up from $4 of what it was a decade ago.
Here’s what you need to know.
How much do dental offices cost?
According to the U.S. Dental Association, the average cost of a dental office visit in Omaha is $5,734.
The average cost in Kansas City is $6,939.
The cost of dental services is typically between $2,000 and $4 for routine office visits and $5 for elective procedures, according the study.
Dentists in Omaha have also reported a $3,000 to $5 the price of services, according a survey by the Omaha Public Schools.
Omaha’s dentists are also seen as relatively affordable.
According to a recent study by the American Dental Institute, dental care in Omaha costs $4.50 per day, about $2.30 less than the national average.
The price is also lower than in Kansas, where dental care costs $11.40 per day and in New York, where the average is $13.50.
A dentist’s price tag also doesn’t include the cost of filling the patient’s prescriptions or the cost to pay the insurance premium.
Dentist salaries are also a little higher than the rest of the country, according an article in The New York Times.
According a survey from the American Hospital Association, dental workers in Omaha make an average of $57,400.
Omaha residents are also less likely to have a high school diploma than their counterparts in Kansas.
Where are dental offices located?
Dental offices are located in Omaha’s historic downtown area.
It’s in the same neighborhood as the University and the Clark Building, which was once the headquarters of the University’s athletics program.
How do dental procedures compare to other medical procedures?
Omaha’s average fee for a dental procedure is $2 for an oral surgery, $5 per procedure on a face and $6 per procedure in a mouth.
Other medical procedures are about the same.
An annual study by Healthgrades.com found that in Omaha, dental costs were among the lowest in the nation, at just $1.25 for a basic dental procedure, $2 to $3 for dental implants, and $2 per visit for a plastic or implant procedure.
How is dental care regulated?
Dents are licensed by the state of Nebraska, and dental professionals are subject to state laws.
Omaha requires that all dental services be performed by licensed dental hygienists, and the state’s Department of Health reviews all requests for treatment of teeth and nails.
What can you do if you’re considering getting a dental appointment?
If you’re looking for a dentist, here are some things to consider before you decide to visit.
1) Ask questions before you go 2) Check out the services offered 3) Check the availability of the office 4) Take advantage of local resources 5) Take the time to make an appointment for the right person to work with Omaha’s dental teams and specialists 6) Consider the cost and benefits of dental care 7) Know your state’s laws 8) Contact the Omaha Dentists Association 9) Consider getting a referral to a local dental team