Patient Information

Eastern Iowa Endodontics’ Fees

Our fees are listed below so that you will know the approximate cost of treatment prior to your appointment. We adhere to the AAE’s Endodontists’ Guide to CDT.

  • Consult / evaluation: $99
  • Anterior root canal: $599
  • Bicuspid root canal: $699
  • Molar root canal: $799
  • Anterior retreatment: $749
  • Bicuspid retreatment: $849
  • Molar retreatment: $949

CBCT scans are FREE if indicated prior to or during treatment. We do not charge an additional fee for a CBCT scan. CBCT scans are not required by law and are not dictated as a standard of care in endodontics at this time.


There may be additional fees, should they become necessary, for: surgical treatment, instrument removal, or post removal.


Payment in full is expected at the time services are rendered. Payment may be made by cash, personal check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or CareCredit.


As a courtesy to the patient, insurance forms will be completed and filed without charge. We try to help you receive your maximum benefit; however, the agreement of the insurance company to pay for your dental care is a contract between you and your insurance company. They may reimburse at a lower rate than we estimate. When this occurs, you may be required to pay an additional “after-insurance” balance.

Patient Forms

Eastern Iowa Endodontics® provides all necessary forms available for download and printing.

Insurance Carriers Accepted

We also proudly treat America’s Veterans and connect them to timely and convenient dental care.

If your insurance carrier is not shown above, please contact our office for further details. We will verify your benefits and file your claims on your behalf.

Eastern Iowa Endodontics® does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and sex, including discrimination based on pregnancy, gender identity, and sex stereotyping.


Eastern Iowa Endodontics® will take reasonable steps to provide free-of-charge language assistance services to people who speak languages we are likely to hear in our practice and who don’t speak English well enough to talk to us about the dental care we are providing.