Wisdom Teeth Extractions in Spring, TX

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Is your wisdom teeth causing you pain or discomfort?

Wisdom teeth can be a real pain, literally. They can cause crowding, infection, and other problems. If your wisdom teeth are causing you pain or other problems, you may need to have them extracted. Wisdom teeth extraction is a common procedure that can be performed by an oral surgeon. Wisdom teeth extraction in Spring, TX can be a simple and straightforward procedure.

If you are considering wisdom teeth extraction, there are a few things you should know. Wisdom teeth extractions can be performed under local anesthesia or sedation. Local anesthesia numbs the area around the tooth that is being extracted. Sedation helps you to relax and may be used if you have fear or anxiety about the procedure. Wisdom teeth extractions are usually performed on an outpatient basis, which means you will not need to stay in the hospital or clinic overnight.

Wisdom teeth extractions can be performed for a variety of reasons. Wisdom teeth may need to be extracted because they are impacted, which means they are growing in at an angle and pressing against other teeth. Wisdom teeth may also need to be extracted if they are decayed or infected. Additionally, Wisdom teeth may be extracted to make room for other teeth, such as braces.

If you are considering Wisdom teeth extraction, contact our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Yei. During your consultation, he will examine your wisdom teeth conditions and discuss your options with you. Wisdom teeth extractions are usually safe and effective procedures that can provide relief from pain and other problems caused by Wisdom teeth. Schedule a consultation with our office today to learn more.

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Why would I need a wisdom tooth extraction?

Wisdom tooth extraction is a common but often necessary procedure. For many people, wisdom teeth do not come in properly or become impacted, meaning they grow at an angle and get stuck under the gums or bone. This can cause a variety of problems, including pain, crowding, and infection. In some cases, wisdom teeth may also damage adjacent teeth by pushing them out of alignment. 

What is the average price of wisdom teeth extraction in Spring, TX?

On average, wisdom teeth extractions cost between $200 and $650. The important thing to remember is that it’s best to get your wisdom teeth extracted as soon as possible to avoid any potential problems.

The important thing to remember is that it is best to get your wisdom teeth extracted as soon as possible to avoid any potential problems.

Does my dental insurance cover the fee for wisdom teeth extractions?

Most dental insurance policies cover at least a portion of the cost of wisdom teeth extractions. However, the amount that is covered varies from policy to policy. You can request a complimentary insurance benefits check during your consultation.

Wisdom teeth extractions in Spring, TX for patients with no insurance, how can Prestige Dental Help?

You should start by scheduling a consultation at our office. During your consultation, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with our treatment coordinator, who will go over all of your financial options.

Are payment plans or dental financial options for wisdom tooth extraction available?

At Prestige Dental, we offer flexible payment options to meet your needs. We understand that the cost of dental care can be a concern for many patients, so we work hard to make our services affordable.

How are wisdom teeth removed?

Removing wisdom teeth involves numbing the area around the tooth or teeth that are being removed. Dr. Yei will then make an incision in the gum tissue to expose the tooth and bone. Next, he will use special instruments to break up the bone and tooth before removing them completely. 

Do you have to get all four wisdom teeth removed?

It depends on the wisdom teeth. Some people never have to get them removed because they just grow in and poke through the gum line like normal teeth. But, for most people, there is not enough room in the mouth for all four wisdom teeth to come in properly and they become impacted (stuck). Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, infection, and even damage to other teeth.

Is removing wisdom teeth a major surgery?

Removing wisdom teeth is a major surgery because it’s a fairly major procedure. There are risks associated with any surgery, but wisdom tooth removal is considered to be a relatively low-risk procedure.

Are extractions painful?

The answer to this question depends on a few factors, including the individual’s pain tolerance and the extent of the procedure. Generally speaking, however, as with any dental procedures, there are some unavoidable pain or discomfort that is associated with treating your teeth. The teeth are generally numb before the procedure begins, so patients may only feel pressure during the extraction. Some patients may experience some discomfort or swelling afterwards, but this is typically manageable with over-the-counter pain medication.  

How long is the recovery time after removing my wisdom teeth?

 Recovery from wisdom teeth removal surgery can take several days and some cases weeks, and it is important to follow your doctors post-operative instructions carefully to help ensure a smooth healing process. 

Can I go to school/work after getting my wisdom teeth removed?

Most people experience little discomfort and are able to return to their normal activities relatively quickly. In general, it’s probably a good idea to take at least the day of the procedure off from work or school, just to be safe.