How Much Does Cat Teeth Cleaning Cost?

Dental health for cats, which basically includes teeth cleaning, is equally important as it is to humans.  A regular teeth cleaning will make sure that your pet will enjoy advanced age with complete set of strong teeth.  This can also help you to avoid large veterinarian bills for tooth decay and dental problems.  Cat’s teeth should be maintained on a daily basis as well as professionally done at least once a year.  The cost will depend on the location, the company, and other various factors.

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  1. Terri S paid $ and said:

    $90 for lab work (required because it’s an older cat)
    $75 for ultrasonic cleaning & removal of 1 tooth
    $60 for medicine, fluids, etc. given at vets
    $26 for antibiotics to give for the next 2 weeks

    For a grand total of $251

    Pricey, yes, but given the averages I’ve seen on the Internet, it probably was a steal. In any case, the cat had a history of the one tooth (that was removed) getting infected. Each time it got infected, I would have to take him for an office visit and then get more medicine. It was getting costly and was time consuming. Hopefully the cleaning and removal of said tooth will actually save me time and money. AND most importantly, help our beloved cat live a longer and healthier life.

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