Is this normal?


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This is a treatment plan from a business who claims they are trying to help people who cannot afford dental work, to obtain a cosmetic dentistry grant and only pay for their general dentistry needs prior to any cosmetic work being fully covered. I need advice. Can someone please help advise me?
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It looks like overpricing. I would never go to a chain dental facility like Aspen. The work is substandard, rushed, and deliberately overpriced to pay for all the marketing and different levels of bureaucracy. Cosmetic dental procedures are elective work (non-essential). There is no such thing for payment assistance or discounts for cosmetic work. Any rushed or inexperienced work in cosmetics will lead to miserable failure.
 

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