What is the average cost to have a dog’s teeth cleaned? Typically, dog teeth cleaning costs between $300 to $700, which doesn’t include special treatments for periodontal disease or tooth extractions. These extras can add several hundred dollars to the total vet visit cost.
Is dental cleaning worth it for dogs? A non-anesthetic dental cleaning every 6-12 months is a very effective part of your pet’s dental care plan after a full anesthesia dental procedure. Not only is prevention the better way to go for your pet’s health, it is also much more cost effective in the long run.
How much does it cost to have plaque removed from dog’s teeth? “A simple extraction can be as little as $10-$15,” says Dr. Morgan. “Elevated extractions would be more, depending on the work needed to get the tooth out, but ours range from $25-$35 per tooth. Teeth with multiple roots that may need to be split with a drill can cost up to $100 per tooth.”
How often should dogs have teeth professionally cleaned? How often should my dog get teeth cleanings? Most veterinary dentists recommend professional teeth cleanings once a year for most breeds, but a few individuals, especially smaller breeds, may need 2 visits per year due to prevent loss of teeth.