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Wisdom teeth can cause discomfort and dental issues. Boynton Dental Care offers professional wisdom teeth extraction to ensure overall well-being and oral health.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction Cost:

The cost of wisdom teeth extraction varies based on factors like insurance coverage and sedation preference. Without insurance, the average cost is $750-$2,500, while with coverage, it can range from $450-$1,200.

Table of Wisdom Teeth Extraction Cost:

Simple Wisdom Extraction (per tooth)


Wisdom Teeth (total for all four)


Impacted Extraction (per tooth)


Impacted Extraction (total for all four)


Additional Costs (x-rays, exam fees, sedation)


Reasons to Consider Wisdom Teeth Extraction:

  1. Impaction: Trapped beneath the gum line, causing pain and damage to neighboring teeth.
  2. Decay/Cavities: Prone to decay due to their location, leading to oral health issues.
  3. Orthodontic Treatment: Removing extra molars may create space for desired tooth movement.
  4. Preventive Measure: Proactive removal can avoid potential complications.
  5. Sinus Problems: Upper jaw molars can cause sinus issues, alleviated by extraction.
  6. Personal Preference: Many individuals prefer proactive removal to avoid future problems.

After-Operation Risks:

  • Bleeding
  • Swelling/Bruising
  • Jaw Stiffness
  • Adverse Reactions to Anesthesia

Pre-Procedure Preparation:

  1. Schedule a consultation with a dentist.
  2. Provide your complete medical history.
  3. Follow pre-operative instructions.
  4. Arrange transportation to and from the clinic.
  5. Stock up on soft foods for the healing period.
  6. Obtain prescribed medications and pain relievers.

Questions to Ask Your Orthodontic Surgeon:

  1. How long does the typical treatment take?
  2. When can I brush my teeth after extraction?
  3. Are there any risks or side effects of anesthesia?
  4. How long does the healing process take?
  5. Why do my other teeth hurt after extraction?
  6. Are there any dietary restrictions or oral care routines to follow?

Wisdom Teeth Extraction Procedure Stages:

  1. Medication Administration
  2. Accessing the Denticle
  3. Exodontia (Extraction)
  4. Cleaning and Suturing
  5. Post-Operative Instructions
  6. Healing Period
  7. Follow-Up Visit

Possible Problems: 

  • Excessive bleeding
  • Severe pain
  • Persistent swelling or inflammation
  • Difficulty breathing, swallowing, or speaking
  • Numbness or loss of sensation
  • Unpleasant odor from the mouth

Trust Boynton Dental Care for Professional Wisdom Teeth Extraction and Oral Surgery in Boynton, FL.

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