How Much Does Dog Tooth Removal Cost?

Dog tooth removal may be necessary for a number of reasons.  Just like humans, the teeth can cause many problems if not taken care of properly.  Dogs could bite into something and break a tooth, and if this is not taken care of immediately, it could result in the dog needing a root canal (see: “How Much Does a Dog Root Canal Cost”).  In this case, removing the tooth might be the least painful and least expensive option.  Another problem that can be caused by the teeth is bad breath.  Bad breath in dogs is normally caused by plaque build-up on the teeth, or it may also be due to advancing gum disease because of the tartar buildup.  Usually, tartar comes from the mineral deposits, food particles and bacteria buildup.  This tartar can build up over the years of the dog’s life, and again, if not taken care of properly, the dog’s breath will continue to worsen.  When there is bad breath, it usually indicates a serious dental problem.  One solution to dental problems may removing the tooth.

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Average Reported Cost: $1

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  1. David (San Diego,  California) paid $1,300 and said:

    6 teeth

    Was it worth it? Yes

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