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    Talking any good dentists in montreal?

    I was just reading an article in the ny times about people going on vacations to mexico and costa rica and having dental work done at cheap prices .

    what are the rates in montreal compared to the states for crowns and bonding etc??

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    Gold Crown

    I have a gold crown in my mouth, which they had to put in when I cracked one of my molars trying to bite open a closed pistachio. Has it done here in the US for $2000.

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    There's a dentist office in the building next to the Omni; they leave their blinds open.

    When there's nothing better to do, it's fun to sit in your room and just watch the various patients sit in the chair and the hot dental assistants making them spit.

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    Call the Jewish General Hospital (514-340-8222) and ask for the dental clinic. All McGill Dentistry students study there. They have all the newest equipment and techniques and very good prices, if you don't mind letting the students do the work.

    Ronnie,
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    Contact me if you are looking for a great dentist at great prices on the Island of Montreal. I had nearly 2000$ of work done in my mouth in 2007 and it cost me nothing with my insurance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda
    Correct! but it is at the General up the mountain:

    The McGill Faculty of Dentistry is offering very low cost advice and dental work (I think its $40 to register and an equal fee per visit) by students under the supervision of experienced professors and professionals. This is part of our trainning as dentists to be (yes, I am a dental student there). The student dentists would be happy to assist you with your dental work. Most of this takes place at the Montreal General Hospital. Please feel free to contact the hospital at 514-934-1934, extension 47727 for details.

    Thank you!

    (by the way, please don't ask me for dental work or advice while I am at a club dancing! Someone already did and I was so embaressed to say that I need to turn on the lights to see his teeth... biah.)
    I am 100% certain about the dental clinic at the Jewish General... I was there this week with a friend. I guess that means both hospitals have this service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torturedsoul

    A dentist can charge whatever he want if the fees are equal for insured clients and non-insured client.
    Really? I always thought the price of dental work was regulated.

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    Touturedsoul, Thanks for the info.
    I just went to a dentist in the South Shore for a cleaning and check up. The charge was $50. Just to compare the figures between different dentists and different cities, can someone inject some figures and name which cities. Thanks

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