You might not need to have your wisdom teeth removed. But if you do, taking care of them early could help you avoid major financial and health headaches later in life. By removing them, you can prevent issues like gum infections, tooth crowding, root damage, and jawbone cysts.
A better smile for life
Improved Smile Aesthetics
Less tooth pressure. Less crowding. And all the room you need for a beautifully-aligned smile.
Simpler Daily Dental Care
Maintaining excellent oral health is easier when your wisdom teeth aren’t causing problems.
Superior Long-Term Health
Feel secure knowing that your teeth, gums, and jawbones aren’t susceptible to sudden issues.
Through digital scans and a visual examination, we’ll assess your smile and carefully plan your procedure. We can also prescribe pain medications for after your surgery by request.
After applying local anesthetic - and sedation, if you’d like - we’ll carefully remove your wisdom teeth. Don’t worry - you’ll hardly feel any discomfort during the 30-60 minute procedure.
Your body will need ample rest for the first day or two as you recover. After that, it may be another 3 or 4 days before the swelling subsides and you’re able to eat solid foods again.
An investment in lifelong health
Simple extractions can be as low as $145 per tooth, while more complex cases where the tooth is impacted or below the gumline can cost up to $375 per tooth.
You have payment options
With financing or insurance coverage, your care can be more affordable.