If you are beginning to feel pain in your jaw or feeling wisdom teeth begin to erupt from the gum surface, it may be time to consider wisdom teeth removal. If you’re unsure if it’s the right time, call us for a consultation, and our doctors can help you determine the best next steps for you.
Our Wisdom Teeth Services
At The Oral Surgery Group, we have over thirty years of experience removing wisdom teeth. In addition to standard wisdom teeth removal, we remove those pesky impacted wisdom teeth that affect your neighboring teeth as well. Our services are provided in an environment of optimum safety. We utilize modern monitoring equipment and our staff are experienced in anesthesia techniques.
What You Can Expect at Your Wisdom Tooth Removal Consultation
At your wisdom teeth consultation, our experienced doctors will take X-Rays of your mouth to determine the best course of action for your specific case. We will show you the X-Rays, discuss anesthesia options, and schedule the procedure with the front desk before you leave.
The Wisdom Tooth Removal Procedure
Things to Know About Wisdom Tooth Removal Treatment
Learn more about Wisdom Teeth Removal Aftercare.
Is anesthesia used during my wisdom teeth removal?
Most people prefer to be unaware of the experience when they have their wisdom teeth removed and usually decide to be sedated. You will be provided with appropriate anesthesia options at your consultation. All outpatient surgery is performed under appropriate anesthesia to maximize your comfort. Our office staff has the training, licensing, and experience to provide the various types of anesthesia. These services are provided in an environment of optimum safety, utilizing modern monitoring equipment and a well trained experienced staff. The Surgical Care Team, the office facilities, and the doctors are inspected on behalf of the Board of Dental Examiners on a regular basis.
What does wisdom tooth removal cost and is it covered by insurance?
The fee for your treatment is determined by a number of factors. These may include the difficulty involved in removing your teeth and which type of anesthesia is best for you. During your consultation appointment, the surgeon will need to review your x-rays, complete an examination and determine the best option for anesthesia, before an accurate estimate can be provided. Every insurance company has a different policy regarding the extent of coverage for a given surgical procedure. The oral surgeon’s office staff will help you obtain maximum insurance coverage for your treatment.
What if I have questions before surgery?
At the time of your consultation, your specific situation will be discussed in greater detail. We encourage you to ask any questions you may have. If new questions arise after your consultation, please call (215) 938-7860 to speak to one of our patient care coordinators.
Phone Number (215) 938-7860 to schedule your wisdom teeth removal consultation.