It’s an uncomfortable truth: You may need to have a tooth pulled at some point in your life. Even those with excellent dental hygiene may find themselves in need of a tooth extraction. Generally, a tooth extraction is necessary when you have bone loss due to gum disease, fractured, broken, cracked, chipped or worn teeth or a tooth infection due to a cavity. No matter the reason, the cost of a tooth extraction should not be daunting. In fact, it’s quite an affordable procedure and Aspen Dental offers a range of payment options to keep costs manageable for those in need of a more complicated extraction.
Depending on your needs, your team at Aspen Dental can help navigate which type of extraction is most appropriate, along with the cost of dental extraction in your specific case, and a road-map to your oral health care plan, post-extraction.
how much does a tooth extraction cost?
The full cost of a tooth extraction ranges between $91-$874 depending on a number of factors:
what are factors of tooth extraction costs?
Your Aspen Dental team can help you pinpoint which approach is necessary for your dental extraction—nothing more, nothing less. Talk to your dentist about the many factors that can determine the cost of tooth extractions which include, but are not limited to:
- location (sometimes prices vary by office and state)
- anesthetic when needed
- whether or not the tooth is erupted or impacted
find affordable tooth extractions
No matter if you’re receiving an annual checkup and cleaning, undergoing a tooth extraction, or taking on a much larger dental procedure, Aspen Dental is dedicated to providing affordable dental care. Whether or not you have dental insurance should not be how you make your dental care decisions—no procedure should be out of reach due to cost. This is why we offer several third-party financing options. And once your treatment plan is in place with your Aspen Dental team, you’ll be secure in knowing your costs won’t change unexpectedly thanks to the Aspen Dental Peace of Mind Promise®.
Make an appointment at your local Aspen Dental office to start discussing your oral healthcare needs—and to see if an extraction is in your future and if you might prevent one. Find your nearest dentist and start your journey to a brighter, healthier smile.
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