At the Wisdom Teeth Factory, we are proud to be able to serve the great citizens of Spring, TX with high quality and affordable wisdom teeth removal. Our great team’s sole focus is on wisdom teeth removal. You can say we are wisdom teeth experts with over 10,000 successful wisdom teeth extractions in and around the greater Spring, TX area. The great news is that since our inception, we have been able to save family’s thousands of dollars on their wisdom teeth extractions with our low costs.
Low Cost Wisdom Teeth Removal in Spring, TX
The average cost for wisdom teeth removal in Spring, TX is $2,800. This includes all four wisdom teeth with Intravenous Sedation. Prices may vary based on the treating doctor or oral surgeon, the depth of your impacted wisdom teeth, and the complexity of the procedure.
Luckily, at the Wisdom Teeth Factory, we are charging only $1,400 for all four wisdom teeth removed including complimentary IV sedation. That truly is a price that can’t be beaten in the greater Spring, TX area. As most surgeons are charging north of $2,500 for wisdom teeth removal, our team has decided to save every hard-earned dollar you spend. There are so many other things to spend your money on other than wisdom teeth.
An Experienced Team With Over 10,000 Wisdom Teeth Extractions
Trained by the best, Dr. Naderi has perfected the art of wisdom teeth removal. He and his team have performed over 10,000 successful wisdom teeth removals during his tenure as a dentist. With his skill and compassion, you know that you are in good hands. At the Wisdom Teeth Factory we know that experience matters. We want you to know that our low costs also come with a high quality service that is unmatched in the greater Spring area.
What is Oral Surgery?
Oral surgery entails the removal of teeth that are embedded inside the jawbone, the removal of intraoral tumors and cysts, dental implant placement, and bone grafting procedures. Wisdom teeth removal is considered the cornerstone of oral surgery procedures, and has been recommended to prevent adjacent tooth damage, and potential infections and complications as an individual ages through his or her life.
Sedation Dentistry Options
At the Wisdom Teeth Factory we offer a myriad of sedation dentistry options that will help you with your wisdom teeth removal. The majority of our patients undergo IV Sedation during their procedure to help them sleep and relax during their surgery. The involves the insertion of a catheter inside of your arm that is used to help apply liquid medications into your system to help you sleep through your procedure.
Other sedation options can include laughing gas (nitrous oxide) and oral conscious sedation. The latter entails taking sedation tablets an hour before your wisdom teeth removal procedure.
The Wisdom Teeth Removal Process
Removing impacted wisdom teeth is an art that only a select few of dentists possess. The majority of trained dentists who remove wisdom teeth are oral surgeons, and a select number of periodontists and general dentists.
The removal process for wisdom teeth involves a series of steps that are coordinated with the surgery team. The steps include:
- The numbing of the wisdom teeth to be removed with local anesthesia. These days 2% Lidocaine (not Novocaine) is typically used as the anesthetic of choice for the extraction of wisdom teeth.
- After anesthesia, a blade is used to help reflect the gum tissue to gain access to the impacted wisdom tooth.
- A surgical drill is then used to remove bone tissue, and help split the tooth into smaller pieces so it has room to be removed from your mouth.
- After the entire tooth is removed (crown and roots) then the area is copiously irrigated with normal saline (salt water) to help cleanser and clean the area.
- Dis solvable stitches are normally placed afterwards to place the gum tissue back together. Sutures are not placed if your wisdom teeth have infections associated with them.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – Wisdom Teeth
How much does the Wisdom Teeth Factory charge for IV Sedation? Our price for IV sedation is $400. The average price of sedation at most surgeons offices is north of $750.
What are the chances of numbness after my wisdom teeth removal procedure? Numbness is a potential complication with wisdom teeth removal. The chances are very slim (less than 5%) that numbness will occur after the procedure. If it does take place, it usually resolves itself with time.
What do I need to know before my wisdom teeth removal surgery? No food and water for 6 hours prior to your surgery. You must have a driver present to drive you home if you are to be sedated. The rest of the pre-op instructions should be read here.
How long will it take to recover from my wisdom teeth removal procedure? It usually takes 2-3 weeks to recover from wisdom teeth surgery. The first few days you can expect to be swollen, with the majority of the healing taking place right after the one week mark. The holes will usually take anywhere between 6-8 weeks to fully close.
What can I do if my bleeding won’t stop after my wisdom teeth removal procedure? There are a few steps you can take to stop bleeding after wisdom teeth surgery. First, bite down very hard on gauze that is given to you by your doctor for 30 minutes. If that does not stop the bleeding, contact your dentist or your surgeon. If it’s after hours, you may have to go to your local emergency room. As most physicians don’t know how to handle a bleeding tooth socket, see if they have a liquid medication called Amicar. This is a gel that can help stop your tooth socket from bleeding. Apply the liquid to the gauze and bite down on it for another 30 minutes. Make sure you follow up with the surgery team the following day.
Can my wisdom tooth ever get infected? Death from wisdom teeth is not as uncommon as you think. Septicemia, and breathing inhibition can all be seen with wisdom teeth infections. A lot of these patients end up being hospitalized with surgical draining needed to save their lives. It’s certainly not a fun experience.