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Q: How much does it cost to get a wisdom tooth removed at a Chinese dentist clinic?

My tooth is acting up and I think having it pulled would put me out of my misery. I don't have health insurance or a whole lot of cash to just throw around so how much does it cost to have this procedure done at an average Chinese dental clinic? (I'm talking fairly professional looking but not super-fancy).

11 years 49 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

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If I were you, I would do two things.  First do bring a Chinese friend with you, and try hard to bargain the price down, because of the fact that by you being a "laowai", the price will automatically go up.  And second, go to more than one dental clinic, and if you live on a major city, try to find a hospital were dental graduates will to the one year internship.  I was asked from 300 Rmb to 450 Rmb for a simple, non complicated extraction by a dentist, not an oral surgeon.  

Like I said, depends oin your case, degree of complications if any, and your ability to get a discount.


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Here in Shenzhen to remove a wisdom tooth it costs 500RMB for a complicated wisdom tooth extraction. My friend had his wisdom tooth removed at a clinic in Futian called Wang Qi Clinic. 

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