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Which pet insurance covers dental?

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From accidents and illness to routine cleanings, pet insurance can help offset your pet’s dental care costs.

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Oral hygiene is something many pet owners only think of when it becomes a problem. This can be a pricey mistake.

According to pet insurance marketplace Pawlicy Advisor, tooth extraction can cost anywhere from $10 to $35 per tooth for dogs and up to $1,300 per tooth for cats. A root canal runs an average of $1,500 to $3,000 for either animal. And the routine dental care that can prevent bigger issues can be costly in itself.

“If your pet is young and healthy, a regular cleaning could be $500 to $1,000, on average. That’s not a typo,” says pet…

2023-05-17 09:43:10

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