Mindy's Malocclusion & persistent deciduous teeth

10
Out of 10

My 6 month old Maltese “Mindy” was having issues with Malocclusion and persistent deciduous teeth. When she was spayed and micro-chipped on July 26th she had about 3/4 teeth removed but she was still having trouble and was referred to the Dental Center and had surgery on August 8th where she had 12 teeth removed and some orthodontic work to help move her canines into the right location. This would help solve soft-tissue defects from tooth contact in the floor of the mouth and the roof of the mouth (palate), and save her from future mouth injuries, periodontal disease, fractures and wear on teeth due to the teeth misalignment). This procedure was expensive but I wanted Mindy to be okay and have teeth without pain. Mindy had this surgery on August 8th and I submitted my claim on August 9th (a claim from the deciduous teeth pulled on July 26th and a claim for dental surgery the day before) on August 16th exactly one week later, I received an email from Trupanion that they will be paying 90% of the eligible bill - this was everything except for the $85 examination fee for the dental surgery; and they also sent an email about paying 90% for the eligible work completed on July 26th.
Thank you Trupanion……YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!!!! I AM SO HAPPY I HAVE YOU!

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Injury/illness
Malocclusion and persistent deciduous teeth
Claim Amount
Over $1000
Breed

Maltese

Age of Pet
Under a year

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