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  1. Cosmos
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    05 Feb '18 14:30
    A root canal in California is $1250. Many people forsake dental work because of the price. Maybe I should go to Canada or Mexico ?
  2. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    05 Feb '18 14:43
    Originally posted by @ogb
    A root canal in California is $1250. Many people forsake dental work because of the price. Maybe I should go to Canada or Mexico ?
    If it helps sir, I have a claw hammer and half a bottle of whiskey?
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    05 Feb '18 15:37
    In Paraguay it's even cheaper.
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  4. Cosmos
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    05 Feb '18 16:36
    forgot to add the permanent crown = $1,000 !!
    sHOULD THE usa HAVE NATIONAL dENTAL plan ?
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    05 Feb '18 16:49
    Originally posted by @ogb
    A root canal in California is $1250. Many people forsake dental work because of the price. Maybe I should go to Canada or Mexico ?
    Go to Colombia.
  6. Subscribermoonbus
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    05 Feb '18 18:421 edit
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    If it helps sir, I have a claw hammer and half a bottle of whiskey?
    He said it cost $1250. You lowering your usual fee suddenly?
  7. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    05 Feb '18 19:20
    Originally posted by @moonbus
    He said it cost $1250. You lowering your usual fee suddenly?
    I was going to charge 1200 pounds for the Whiskey.
  8. Dumnonia
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    05 Feb '18 19:53
    Originally posted by @ogb
    A root canal in California is $1250. Many people forsake dental work because of the price. Maybe I should go to Canada or Mexico ?
    Then the problem is lack of dentists. It’s a free market.
  9. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    05 Feb '18 20:35
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Then the problem is lack of dentists. It’s a free market.
    naïve dive!
  10. Subscribermoonbus
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    05 Feb '18 20:58
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    I was going to charge 1200 pounds for the Whiskey.
    It better be damned good whiskey.
  11. Dumnonia
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    06 Feb '18 05:171 edit
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    naïve dive!
    Do you think the cost of a service goes up or down when it is more available and there is more competition?
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    06 Feb '18 08:02
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Do you think the cost of a service goes up or down when it is more available and there is more competition?
    You think medicine in the USA is a free market?
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    06 Feb '18 10:14
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    If it helps sir, I have a claw hammer and half a bottle of whiskey?
    For root - canal treatment you will also need a gimlet. I have one if you need it.
  14. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    06 Feb '18 12:07
    Originally posted by @indonesia-phil
    For root - canal treatment you will also need a gimlet. I have one if you need it.
    Between us sir we have a toolbox of legendary status.
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    06 Feb '18 14:28
    Originally posted by @ogb
    A root canal in California is $1250. Many people forsake dental work because of the price. Maybe I should go to Canada or Mexico ?
    Here, in Canada when you go to the dentist, they ask if you have "coverage/insurance". If you say no, then the cost drops substantially. It's no wonder dental insurance is so high eh?
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