From toothbrushes to mouthpieces and even toothpaste, kids can benefit from dental services from a pediatric dentist or dentist assistant.

But it’s also possible to get a dental appointment in a hospital or the dentist is already on call.

This article takes a look at the difference between a hospital and dentist.

Where do they operate?

When it comes to a dentist, most hospitals operate a hospital-style practice.

A pediatric dentist, on the other hand, may not even be on the premises but rather is operating at the hospital.

Where does a dentist get his or her appointments?

Depending on the dental school or dentist, a dentist can typically have an appointment with a hospital dentist in the morning or at the end of the day, but it may not be at the same time.

How much is it?

If you have a routine appointment at home, it might cost around $60, and there are other charges as well.

But if you have to have an urgent appointment or a dental emergency, it can be up to $200.

What should I expect?

A hospital dental appointment will usually be more expensive than a dentist’s appointment at a private practice, so make sure you’re prepared with a budget before making a decision.

For example, you’ll need to have insurance for your deductible and your other out-of-pocket expenses.

A dentist’s office will usually cost between $250 and $500.

Find out more about how much dental care you need at a hospital.