$102—$206 for a simple tooth extraction. This is a routine extraction involving no special treatment.
$179—$353 for a surgical extraction. This type of procedure is necessary to remove a tooth that requires a little more work. Sometimes the bone surrounding the tooth needs to be trimmed away or the tooth must be cut and removed in sections.
$51—$94 for the extraction of a baby tooth. While baby teeth eventually fall out on their own, one that needs to be removed before it’s ready to come out naturally will require a little bit of work to remove.
Factors Affecting Treatment Costs
There are several things that can affect the cost of a tooth extraction, including:
Your location—Costs will often be higher in large cities when compared to more rural areas.
Insurance—The out-of-pocket cost can vary greatly based on how much of the procedure will be covered by insurance.
What’s Included—Whether or not the extraction cost includes anesthetic (numbing medicine) and any required stitches will affect the total cost of the procedure.
Schedule a Tooth Extraction at Kool Smiles
If you think your child may need a tooth extraction, visit your nearest Kool Smiles office as soon as possible. Our staff of dental professionals have experience working with small children, and all of our kid-friendly offices accept most major insurance providers, including Medicaid, state-sponsored insurance, and CareCredit.
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