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fee,

n the compensation for services rendered or to be rendered; payment for professional services.
fee, customary,
n a fee is customary if it is in the range of the usual fees charged by dental professionals of similar training and experience for the same service within the specific and limited geographic area (i.e., the socioeconomic area of a metropolitan area or of a county).
fee-for-service plan,
n a plan providing for payment to the dental professional for each service performed rather than on the basis of salary or capitation fee.
fee, reasonable,
n a fee is considered reasonable if, in the opinion of a responsible dental association's review committee, it is the usual and customary fee charged for services rendered, considering the special circumstances of the case in question.
fee schedule,
n 1. a list of maximum dollar allowances for dental procedures that apply under a specific contract.
2. a list of the charges established or agreed to by a dental professional for specific dental services.
fee, usual,
n the fee customarily charged for a given service by an individual dental professional to a private patient.
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There's nothing wrong with a nominal fee to help pay costs and to convey the significance of entering the United States.
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