If you are getting a tooth pulled, then visit a dentist in Donegal!
Massive variations in the cost of common dental treatments across the country have been uncovered in a new survey.
The price of getting a tooth out is costly in Dublin, but cheapest in Donegal.
The survey shows the price of the perfect smile varies greatly, and if you do not mind travelling it may be worth it on you pocket.
The average cost of an extraction is €85 across the country, but it is possible to have the procedure carried out for €59 in Donegal, according to a survey carried out by dental research and marketing company DentalBooster.com.
The cost of a metal filling in Donegal is around €61.25 whilst the same procedure in Dublin would set you back €78.67. According to the findings of the survey, Donegal is one of the cheapest counties in the country to get the procedure done. In Cavan, the procedure costs around €60.
The cost of getting a white filling is €30 more expensive in Dublin than in Donegal.
Donegal is more expensive than average for in clinic whitening with the procedure costing around €360 in Donegal with the nationwide average being €280.83.
Some 1,225 dental surgeries around the country were contacted manually to get their prices.
Dental Booster is a Cork-based company that offers marketing services to dentists. Founded by marketeer Adrian Duffy, it has been in existence for 10 years.