How much does dental work cost?
At Manchester Cat Clinic, we aim to keep our pricing straightforward. Many of our procedures, including dental work, are fixed cost packages. All dental services include a general anaesthetic, ultrasonic scale cleaning and full mouth x-rays. Surgical procedures with extractions include take-home pain relief and two post-op nurse checks.
Dental band 1: Dental cleaning and x-rays
Dental band 2: Dental cleaning, x-rays, dental surgery with up to 4 extractions
Dental band 3: Dental cleaning, x-rays, dental surgery with up to 8 extractions
Dental band 4: Major dental surgery with total or near-total mouth extractions
Band 4 can be staged in two halves on different days to avoid prolonged GA time. Includes both stages if required.
If your cat has not had blood tests to check their kidney function in the last 3 months, we will also run pre-anaesthetic bloods on the morning of the procedure.
If your cat has dental disease, a member of our team will email you an estimated cost for their treatment.
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Will my pet insurance cover the cost?
Some pet insurance companies (eg. Petplan, Agria) cover dental work, but many don't. It may be sensible to speak to your pet insurance company before booking in to check whether they will cover the cost so you can make arrangements for how you will cover your bill if your insurance won’t. We advise all clients who are taking out a new policy to look for an insurance provider who will cover for dental care, as it is very likely that your cat will need some dental work at some stage in their life.