It’s inevitable: You’re enjoying a meal, perhaps gnawing on a barbecued spare rib, and you chip a tooth. Or you wake up in the middle of the night in agony thanks to a cavity that’s made its presence known. If you’ve had fillings, root canals, crowns, bridges, caps, or extractions, you know that the costs are sky-high for these dental procedures. But if you’ve always had good, healthy teeth and gums, unexpected dental work could really put a dent in your budget.
Dinnertime can either be a time of inspiration or a time of panic. From deciding what to serve your family to the length of time it takes to whip it up, making a supper that will please both adults and kid can be frustrating. And keeping the cost of a home-cooked meal within a budget can be even harder.