How Much Does Cat Tooth Extraction Cost?

Tooth extraction is common for cats that have severe tooth decay or gum problems and any sort of dental disease is very common among cats.  In fact, kmdvm.blogspot.com, a professional veterinarian, claims every cat she sees over age six is in need of some sort of dental work.  As the cat ages, they can develop some sort of gingivitis, which can lead to inflammation, bleeding, pain or infection.

This procedure will prevent further complications in the future that may harm the cat’s health, and the price of this procedure is going to depend on the complexity of the problem, the vet performing the job and geographical location.

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Feline dental chart

The feline dental chart, similar to the picture below, will be a permanent record of your cat’s dental record.  This will include any abnormalities, the skull type, occlusion abnormalities,  radiographic findings, the amount of plaque present, periodontal abnormalities, proposed treatments, and the treatment done in the past.

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Average Reported Cost: $220

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  1. Carmen (Independence,  Missouri) paid $220 and said:

    $220.00 Grand Total —$175.00 for extraction of ten teeth and anesthesia, $30.00 for take home antibiotic, and $15.00 for pain killer at clinic – $220.00 total for 10 teeth. I see the prices quoted on here as absolutely ridiculous! My cat also stayed two nights for that price. Independence Animal Hospital off of Noland in Independence, MO. Best vet clinic around.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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