The cost of your wisdom teeth removal can vary depending on factors like the number of wisdom teeth you have, the type of anesthesia necessary, and your insurance coverage. If you are suffering from additional oral health complications, such as the presence of a cyst around the wisdom tooth or periodontal disease, this may also impact the cost of your procedure.
To find out the exact cost of treatment, the best thing to do is to schedule a consultation appointment with one of our skilled oral and maxillofacial surgeons, Dr. Charles Stone and Dr. Brian Stone, at Southern Surgical Arts. After reviewing your conditional and current oral health, our highly trained office staff will be able to print an estimate of your costs. We pride ourselves on providing competitive pricing in Tyler, TX, and the surrounding East Texas region, and we accept a variety of insurance plans and payment methods to make payment simple and accessible.
Investing in Your Oral Health
Most of the time, we only recommend wisdom teeth removal when it is necessary to prevent other oral health problems. When left untreated, wisdom teeth can cause damage, discomfort, and other issues. We feel that it is important for you to know that you can save time and money in the long run by identifying and addressing oral health concerns early. One way you can do this is through regular dental exams, which can assist you in tracking the progress of your wisdom teeth before they cause other issues.
Below are a few of the reasons why wisdom teeth removal is a smart investment:
- Usually, removing the wisdom teeth early in their development allows for a faster the recovery period. This is because wisdom teeth are smaller and easier to extract at early development stages. Faster healing means less time away from work or school for the patient.
- Removing wisdom teeth before any pain or infections develop can prevent other problems, which is valuable for your overall well-being.
- Extracting problem teeth can prevent issues such as dental shifting, infections, and damage to adjacent teeth or gum tissue. Fixing oral health problems like these can cost more than the initial removal procedure would have.
- Removing wisdom teeth at a younger age can also decrease surgical complications. Typical complications such as bleeding, swelling, and discomfort increase with age.
Wisdom Teeth Removal in Tyler, TX
To learn more about wisdom teeth removal at our practice, give us a call at (903) 534-1414. Our oral surgeons, Dr. Charles Stone and Dr. Brian Stone, have years of experience extracting wisdom teeth for patients of all ages, and they will be happy to help you determine whether wisdom teeth removal is right for you.