Just a quick question to our Canadian monkeys... I have to get a couple of teeth that need repaired, need crowns actually, and the cost for both will be $2600-$3000. I've no dental insurance. I was wondering what dental costs were like in Canada compared to the USA and if it would behoove me to check out a Canadian dentist before proceeding to get them repair here? I'm only a couple of hours away from Canada, nice drive also while the weather is good so... What is your opinion? Dental is not included in your medical coverage is it? Just curious... EDIT: Yes, I know I might save a bit on the exchange rate while it is good but just wondering if anyone has experience or opinion on cost of Canadian vs USA... EDIT: So, I called a couple of dental clinics in Nelson (Canada) and the cost was a bit less as what was quoted me here in the states, about $300 less (US dollars per tooth) less, when the exchange rate is calculated in also so...so $600 total savings. But, of course, that is just an estimate and they would want to take their own x-rays and exam and etc. so probably less, more like $400...not a huge difference but a savings none the less... Anyway, now we know...good info for future reference.