Kerry is proving an expensive place for dental care. In a survey of average prices for the top five dental treatments, Kerry is the most expensive for teeth whitening and cleaning, at €388 and €64 respectively. Kerry comes second to Mayo for fillings at an average cost of €86, and about mid table charging an average €45 for a consultation. The Kingdom is the 6th most expensive place in the republic to get an extraction at an average cost of €81. The survey which interviewed 1000 dentists, with at least 10 questioned in each county was conducted by WhatClinic.com Fintan Hourihan is CEO of the Irish Dental Association: [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/27097/medium/”]
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