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      for Root Canals

      Save on Restorative Dental Costs with Momentum

      Wisconsin Insurance Plans Cover Root Canals

      Dental Coverage for Root Canal Treatment

      A root canal is a procedure used to save a badly damaged or infected tooth. Often the result of untreated cavities, this procedure is necessary to prevent further damage that requires extraction.

      Although the procedure is fairly common, it is not always covered by dental insurance. Momentum Insurance has two plan options covering root canal treatment, Gold and Platinum.

      Momentum Insurance provides affordable oral health care plans to families, businesses, and individuals. Our individual dental insurance plans and group coverage provide access to a large network of dental care providers. To find a dentist or a dental clinic that accepts Momentum Insurance, start with the below search. 

      If your dental needs are minimal — you typically only need to visit the dentist for two teeth cleanings a year — and you’re looking for a cost-effective dental insurance plan, Momentum’s Gold Plan is the package for you!

      Our Platinum Plan provides the highest level of coverage offered by Momentum. Members under this plan receive full coverage with no deductible on preventive services and no waiting period on bi-annual dental check-ups.

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      Compare the Cost of Root Canals

      When you choose our Gold or Platinum insurance plans, you receive 50% coverage on root canal treatments. By saving hundreds of dollars with Momentum on your root canal procedure, your dental bill will be the last of your worries.

      TYPE OF ROOT CANAL

      Anterior

      Bicuspid / Premolar

      Molar

      COST WITHOUT INSURANCE*

      $750

      $900

      $1,150

      COST WITH GOLD OR PLATINUM*

      $375

      $450

      $575

      *Prices based on national average; actual cost may vary.

      Dental Coverage for All Ages, Families, & Occupations

      Momentum has a variety of plans that cover different individuals, families, and job statuses.

      Dental Coverage for Root Canals

      Individual Plans

      Our Gold Plan and Platinum Plan both cover root canal therapy. Each plan provides 50% coverage with a 12 month waiting period. Along with root canals, each plan covers a variety of other procedures ranging from general cleanings to emergency treatment. The Platinum Plan is slightly more expensive than the Gold as it offers more coverage in certain categories. Get dental insurance that covers everything you need from Momentum Plans at a price you can afford.

      Group Plans

      Group dental insurance plans from Momentum Plans are unmatched in flexibility. Every plan can be customized to cover exactly the services your group wants, including oral surgeries like root canals. Contact Momentum Plans providers to learn about all the different ways to customize your group insurance.

      Affordable Rates for Any Budget

      Why Choose Momentum?

      When compared to other dental insurance companies, Momentum offers the lowest rates. Under our dental plans, you’re guaranteed the most affordable costs and high-quality care. All of the dentists in our network of providers are NCQA credentialed.

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      Root Canal FAQs

      While the term root canal has a painful connotation, many patients agree that the pain caused by the infected tooth is far worse than the root canal treatment itself. With local anesthetic and an experienced dentist, a root canal procedure is essentially painless.

      • Severe pain when eating or applying pressure to the area
      • Extreme sensitivity to hot and cold
      • A small bump appears on the gums near the area of pain
      • The tooth begins to darken
      • Swelling gums near the teeth pain
      • X-Ray: Your dentist will take an x-ray to examine the extent and location of the infection.
      • Numbing: You’ll receive a local anesthetic to make the process more comfortable.
      • Removing the Damage: Your dentist will drill a hole into the tooth to remove the damaged nerve and tissue.
      • Sealing the Tooth: Your tooth will either be sealed on the same day or temporarily filled until your custom crown is ready.