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Teeth Cleaning + X-Rays + Extraction
Amount: $1,245.95
Posted by: Milo's Dad in Vienna, VA.Posted: November 25th, 2009 06:11PM
Breed: German Shepherd MixVet: Animal Dental Clinic (Dr. Barron Hall)
$208 - Anesthesia (50-90 lb dog) < 120 min
$ 38 - vital signs monitoring
$ 36 - catheter placement
$ 30 - IV Fluids
$ 62 - Ultrasonic Scaling
$ 42 - Root / Subgingival Currettage
$ 24 - Polishing
$ 16 - Fluoride treatment
$ 12 - Oral Exam
$ 85 - Dental Consult
$145 - Full K9 Dental X-Ray
$ 50 - Propofol Anesthesia Induction $193 - Extraction: Carnassial $ 15 - Periodontal dressing $127 - Surgical Gingival Flap $ 25 - O.R. Setup $ 36 - Buprenorphine Injection $ 25 - Local Anesthetic $ 26 - Metacam injectable $ 31 - Metacam (take home) $ 20 - Tramadol (take home) $1245.95 Total If you're a veterinary dentist, please tell me if I just overpaid (and for what). Thanks!
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Estimate of $834.00
Amount: $825.00
Posted by: sadie's mom in Coronado, CA.Posted: November 20th, 2009 02:11PM
Breed: Cavalier King CharlesVet: Coronado, CA
Am now looking for anesthesia free cleaning for dog. Am aware this is available and quite inexpensive. This estimate is outrageous and was given only after I questioned the front office. I would have been shocked when picking her up because no amount was volunteered.
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pricey pug mouth
Amount: $355.00
Posted by: mamapug in cincinnati, OH.Posted: November 5th, 2009 01:11PM
Breed: pugVet: cincinnati animal hospital
Had dental less than 2 years ago. Tech said tarter came off easily and his teeth were in great shape. Love my vet, but feel overcharged. Price included blood work and antibiotics - no extractions.
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Dog Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $342.00
Posted by: AyJay in Edmonds, WA.Posted: October 27th, 2009 12:10AM
Breed: WestieVet: Perrinville Animal Hospital
This price included only anasthesia and teeth cleaning. Blood work had been done on a previous visit. I was told the cleaning went well and there were no hiccups. She was kept from 9 - 5. This Vet is usually pretty reasonable with his prices, so I thought this was a bit too high a cost.
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Dental Cleansing
Amount: $336.90
Posted by: Teenie Weenie Mom in Ormond Beach, FL.Posted: October 22nd, 2009 08:10PM
Breed: Toy DachshundVet: Val-U-Vet
This seems very high to have her teeth cleaned and a baby tooth removed. $130 for cleaning/polish. $12.50 for the extraction. Not so bad. But all the extras, $70 for blood test, $51.50 for ECG, $22.60 Torbugesi inj. another $21.10 Torbugesic syrup. And $6.50 for a flea treatment when she doesn't even have fleas!
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Canine Dental cleaning
Amount: $631.00
Posted by: BB's mama in Stuart, FL.Posted: September 16th, 2009 12:09PM
Breed: ChihuahuaVet: no comment
I was quoted $441-613 for just a cleaning, not including the four extractions of his puppy teeth he requires. I figured $175-225, but $400-600 AND it's recommended to be done every year!!! I haven't accepted this yet. I wanted to make sure I wasn't getting jacked. I've been with this vet for over 12 years.
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Dental Cleaning & 1 Extracting
Amount: $85.00
Posted by: Rexy in San Diego, CA.Posted: September 2nd, 2009 01:09PM
Breed: PugVet: San Diego, CA
Was quoted $600 with pre-screening blood work - Declined that and they came back with $350 - Declined that and found a mobile dentist who travels throughout the country - NO DANGEROUS ANESTHESIA USED. As a bonus, my dog's infected tooth "popped" out during the cleaning & NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR THIS! Check various pet stores for this mobile pet service and save big $$$.
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Dental Cleaning
Amount: $195.50
Posted by: a user in Indianapolis, IN.Posted: August 27th, 2009 10:08AM
Breed: Mix Jack RusselVet: Nora Vet Hospital
including teeth cleaning, blood test, and anesthesia. They gave us a free bag of Hill's prescription dental food.
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dentla cleaning + 1 extraction
Amount: $325.00
Posted by: a user in Indianapolis, IN.Posted: August 27th, 2009 10:08AM
Breed: Cocker mixVet: VCA Beech Grove
This is after Dental Discount(20% off) that they had. Includes the medications. The reguler price for dental cleaning is about $230 with ansthesia and IV.
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dental cleaning
Amount: $117.00
Posted by: pkb in hartsville, SC.Posted: August 22nd, 2009 04:08PM
Breed: malteseVet: anderson animal hospital
pre-anesthetic profile with dental cleaning (canine prophy)
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Six extractions, pocket treatments, cleaning
Amount: $1,500.00
Posted by: Babs in Mound, MN.Posted: July 31st, 2009 11:07AM
Breed: PugVet: Westonka Animal Hospital
This also includes a pre screening to check organ functions before anethesia, meds, ect. I feel very confident that they charged what was needed to do the surgery.
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $260.00
Posted by: Lexy's Mom in Amherst, NY.Posted: July 24th, 2009 01:07AM
Breed: Border CollieVet: Banfield Clinic
I was very happy with my service, my 10 year old Border Collie's teeth were very bad and they did an excellent job. The cleaning was $209.95(included in this price was blood work, IV fluid, flouride treatment, & antibiotic injections) and $50 was for 10 days of Clavamox.
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Dog Cleaning
Amount: $98.50
Posted by: Hank & Linda in Florence, OR.Posted: July 23rd, 2009 02:07PM
Breed: Rat TerrierVet: Dr Fred Conkel
8 year old Rat Terrier had teeth cleaned with the use of anesthesia. All teeth were intact and in good shape. We traveled to another town approximately one hour away because of the cost involved. Our home town wanted over $ 500.00 to have the same work done.
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $175.00
Posted by: mrsreed in Port Orange, FL.Posted: July 23rd, 2009 02:07PM
Breed: Jack Russell TerrierVet: Animal Clinic of Dunlawton
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One extraction and cleaning
Amount: $1,100.00
Posted by: Bernice in Glendale, AZ.Posted: July 10th, 2009 05:07PM
Breed: BeagleVet: Peoria, AZ
This price seems excessive to me. She needs one extraction of a broken tooth plus cleaning. Comments please.
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my bichon is still drugged
Amount: $400.00
Posted by: im ur dentist in sherman oaks, CA.Posted: June 13th, 2009 01:06AM
Breed: bichonVet: jay moon shermaqn oaks
I did not get a pre quote and was shocked to get a bill for 400 dollars for each bichon.But after seeing 900$ here that seems inexpensive.However the 9 pound dog is still woozy after10 hours afterwards
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Teeth cleaning and 4 extractions
Amount: $348.00
Posted by: Agnes in Stratford, CT.Posted: May 29th, 2009 05:05PM
Breed: American Cocker SpanielVet: The Pet Hospital of Stratford
This price includes teeth cleaning, 2 canine and 3 small extractions, after treatment antibiotic,oral hygiene rinse, and ear cleaner.
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $248.43
Posted by: Jeanie in Louisville, KY.Posted: May 27th, 2009 01:05PM
Breed: BoxerVet: Banfield Pet Hospital
I thought it seemed like an awful lot to pay until I came here! 29.95 for the office visit, 23.68 for the anti-inflammatory injection, 189.58 for the dental prophylaxis canine package, and 4.85 for the medical waste disposal fee. My boxer's 2 years old and this is his first cleaning.
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canine 4th premolar extraction
Amount: $1,400.00
Posted by: Kirsten in Charlotte, NC.Posted: May 12th, 2009 07:05PM
Breed: border collie mixVet: Carolina Animal Hospital Charlotte, NC
This quote is for 2 extractions and teeth cleaning. For our 13 yr old cat to have her teeth cleaned estimate was almost $700. I am afraid we are being overcharged for both of our pets and should probably go elsewhere.
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Teeth cleaning and 1 molar extraction
Amount: $927.00
Posted by: Reader in NY in Hicksville, NY.Posted: April 29th, 2009 05:04AM
Breed: Yellow LabVet: Island Trees
I just got an estimate for my Lab's teeth cleaning and the extraction of a single molar. . .it's 3 times more than I payed to get my own tooth extraction!! Cepra 500mg-$46, 1 x-ray-$90, 2nd x-ray-$70, 2 injections-$48, catheter-$78, IV-$45, sedation-$55, General anesthesia-$255-305, Teeth cleaning $125, 1 extraction-$45, hospitalization-$20.
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $594.74
Posted by: Pat Hayes in Redwood City, CA.Posted: April 22nd, 2009 02:04PM
Breed: Pembroke Welch CorgiVet: Dr. C Clemons
when i dropped my dog off to have his teeth cleaned today the Vet Clinic had an itemized bill in the amount of $711. There were several items on the bill besides the actual cost of the cleaning, i did not want to purchase the items. I asked the Vet to please try to reduce the bill of which she did, but two hours later she called and said that a small piece of gum needed to be removed and that would cost another $45... i have brought family and friends to this clinic as customers and i'm insulted that they would charge me this much for my "small" dogs teeth cleaning. I won't be able to afford to clean my other small dogs teeth at this time.
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Dental Cleaning
Amount: $735.00
Posted by: V. Prescott in Sunrise, FL.Posted: March 31st, 2009 10:03AM
Breed: CrockerVet: Lakeside
I was quoted $735 last week when I called my veterinarian office. At Thanksgiving they wanted to charge me over $900, which I refused. In 2006, I paid $280 for dental and in 2004 I paid $180 for dental cleaning. I received a coupon in the mail for $20 off from another veterinarian office and they quoted $226 which I scheduled an appointment. This extreme difference in cost has prompted me to do further research on the cost of health care for dogs. Our dog is now eight years old. I am glad I found this web site!
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teeth cleaning
Amount: $316.00
Posted by: a reader in Escondido in Escondido, CA.Posted: February 21st, 2009 03:02PM
Breed: Lab RetrieverVet: Companion Animal Clinic
First time teeth cleaning for 9.5 yr old Lab. Included some pre-op blood work, fluids, IV cath, induction & intubation, anesthesia, nursing care, dental kit and $90 discount for Feb Pet Dental Month. Dog's teeth were not that bad according to vet nurse.
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Teeth cleaning
Amount: $250.00
Posted by: Katie's mom in Sunnyvale, CA.Posted: January 28th, 2009 03:01PM
Breed: Jack Russel TerrierVet: Dr. Paul Umeda
We've always been pleased with the work that our vet plus his techs do for both of our dogs.
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Teeth Cleaning & Gingival mass removal
Amount: $495.00
Posted by: a user in Mechanicsburg, PA.Posted: January 4th, 2009 07:01PM
Breed: BrittanyVet: Lamb's Gap Animal Hospital
5 yrs. old/ 1st time cleaning; Pre-anest. blood work - $47.00; dental scaling & polishing - $270.00; Ginigival mass removal - $ 40.00; pathology - $105.; meds - $33. (Does not include sealants).
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CLEANING EXTRACTIONS,
Amount: $454.00
Posted by: A reader from NC in Winston Salem, NC.Posted: December 5th, 2008 02:12PM
10 yrs. old GERIATRIC CLEANING $250.00, EXTRACTIONS X 4 plus extra work $168.00, HOME MEDS $36.00. I felt that I had let my pet down until it was explained that most of the teeth damage was under the gums. Overall, very pleased with fees and care provided.
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Cleaning + Extractions
Amount: $900.00
Posted by: 3dogs1fish in Chanhassen, MN.Posted: October 29th, 2008 01:10PM
Breed: WestieVet: Chanhassen Vet
YIKES! 1st time getting her teeth cleaned (she's 7 years old). Needed 4 extractions plus pocket treatments.
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Cleaning + Extras
Amount: $795.00
Posted by: spottymom in Union City, CA.Posted: June 26th, 2008 09:06PM
Breed: Cattle DogVet: All About Pets Animal Care
The quote includes: Dental Stage I&II Large dog:$199, CBC (blood test):$60, Vetscan Prep Profile:$77, Catheter IV/Fluids: $119, Preanesthesia: $108, Isoflurane Gas 1st hr: $165, Gas Addtl 30min: $91, Hospitalization 6 hrs: $65, Polyflex: $48, Buprenorphine $69, Oravet Home care kit: $36, Dental kit: $18
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Cleaning + Extraction
Amount: $900.00
Posted by: Bretting in Ventura, CA.Posted: May 1st, 2008 10:05AM
Breed: MalteseVet: E. Ventura Animal Hospital
Overcharging and not supportive of payment plan after being a lifelong client.
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Cleaning + extraction
Amount: $350.00
Posted by: skaterdog in Campbell, CA.Posted: November 6th, 2007 06:11PM
Breed: MalteseVet: Kirkwood Animal Hospital
Our Maltese's teeth cleaning was overdue, and his teeth got bad so 5 teeth needed to be extracted. The total vet bill was $350 -- $70 for injections, $160 for the Ultrasonic Teeth Scaling and polishing, $90 for 5 teeth extraction, and $30 for the take-home meds.
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