Burlington, Vermont, has an abundance of dental offices in the state, including a number of prominent dentists.
But many residents say the dentists’ fees are far higher than in other parts of the country.
In a 2015 survey by the American Dental Association, dental fees were found to be $18,903 per year in Burlington.
The average price of dental care in Burlington was $6,400, according to the study.
The median salary for a dentist in Burlington last year was $90,933, the association said.
The median price of a dentist’s office in New York was $3,521.
In New York City, the median salary was $104,543.
In Burlington, the average price was $4,638, according a study by the Institute for Health Care Research at the University of Minnesota.
In Washington, D.C., dental offices can charge $2,858 per day, $1,499 for a total of $3.5 million, according the American Association of Dental Surgeons.
In Los Angeles, dental offices may charge up to $2.3 million, but there is no minimum or maximum price, according an article published by the Los Angeles Times.
In Minneapolis, dentists may charge $1.2 million for an office.
In New York, dental services in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island City may cost up to about $2 million, the Associated Press reported.
The highest costs are in Manhattan, where dental services cost up $4 million, and in Queens, where dentists can charge more than $3 million.
In San Francisco, dental care costs average about $4.5 to $5 million in the city, according AP.
The average cost of dental services is in Burlington, according The Burlington Free Press.
In Vermont, the state average is $3 per day.
The state average price for a dental office is $4 per day in Vermont.