According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees per college year is $31,231. That number drops with public schools to $9,139 (in-state) or $22,598 (out-of-state). So the average American pays between $36,556 and $124,924 for a 4-year degree.
The average cost of a wedding is $26,444.
What is the average cost of a dental check up? Too much. The percentage of Americans between the ages of 18-64 who visited the dentist in the past year is 61.7%. That means that 38.3% of the population is not getting the recommended, proper dental care.
That’s no surprise, given the fact that the median wage per person is $26,695; it can be hard to make room for a visit to the dentist.
There is another way! Penn Dental Medicine offers the opportunity to be treated in the top teaching dentist environment.
The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being poll showed some grim, yet unsurprising numbers. Those who earned more than $120,000 were twice as likely to go the dentist’s as those who earned $12,000. Penn Dental Medicine is aware of this, and committed to providing affordable, flawless care to all.
The Process: After scheduling an initial examination by calling 215-898-8965 (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday), your eligibility to participate in the program will be determined with a dental and physical health examination. Once accepted into the program, your student doctor, under the care of a teaching dentist, will complete the examination and determine a treatment course. If this treatment course fits Penn Dental’s education needs, you will be accepted into the program.
Don’t hesitate; call Penn Dental Medicine today, and get the dental care you deserve.