Wisdom Teeth Extractions & Oral Surgery in Lake Highlands

Bone Grafting

Oral Surgery in [GEOID] | Wisdom Teeth Extractions, Bone Grafting, Oral Cancer Treatment

What Is the Purpose of a Dental Bone Graft?

If you are getting dental implants, a small piece of bone may be harvested from one part of your body and inserted into the jaw. Over time, the transplanted bone fuses with your existing bone to create a solid foundation for your new teeth.

What Is the Average Cost of a Dental Bone Graft?

A number of factors determine the cost of a bone graft, including the complexity of the procedure, the type of graft used, whether any additional procedures are required, and your insurance coverage. A graft using your own bone is more expensive and requires a second incision at the site where the bone is harvested. Many of our Lake Highlands patients opt for grafts using a synthetic bone substitute that are less expensive and do not require an additional incision.

What Is a Sinus Lift?

When bone is grafted into the jaw near the molars and premolars in preparation for dental implants, the sinus membrane must be lifted to make room for the new bone. Although the procedure may sound unpleasant, the dentist will administer anesthetic to keep you comfortable, and the discomfort during recovery is usually minimal.

Sedation Dentistry

Is Sedation Dentistry Available in Lake Highlands?

If you are extremely anxious about dental procedures or are facing complex dental surgery, our Lake Highlands dentists can use a variety of techniques to keep you calm and comfortable. In addition to local anesthetics, we also offer nitrous oxide as well as oral and IV sedation dentistry services.

Is Sedation Dentistry Affordable?

Our dentists will help you find a sedation technique that is appropriate for your needs and budget. Nitrous oxide and oral sedation are typically less expensive than IV sedation. Your final cost will depend on the type of treatment administered. We also recommend that you contact your dental insurance provider to see if part of the cost may be covered under your plan.

Tooth Extractions

Is There a Dentist That Performs Tooth Extraction Surgery in Lake Highlands?

Our dentists perform routine extractions as well as more complex extractions requiring oral surgery. An oral surgeon may perform a surgical extraction if the affected tooth has not broken through the gums or is not fully developed. After administering anesthetic and sedation to keep you comfortable, the dentist makes a small incision in the gumline to access and remove the tooth.

What Is the Average Cost of Tooth Extractions in Lake Highlands?

Following your consultation, your dentist will outline your treatment plan and give you an estimate of your treatment costs. The location of the tooth, the complexity of the extraction, and how much of the cost is covered by your insurance will all play a role in your final cost. Call today to find out more about our payment options that can make the cost of your treatment more manageable.

How Much Pain Can I Expect Following a Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Our Lake Highlands dentists use anesthesia during the procedure and provide pain relief and aftercare instructions following the extraction, so the process is typically no more uncomfortable than an ordinary filling or extraction. Most patients find that the pain of the impacted or infected tooth is worse than the extraction.

Oral Pathology

What Are Signs of Serious Oral Diseases?

Painful sores, discoloration of the gums, and lumps and thickening of the oral mucosa are warning signs of a potentially serious oral pathology. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should contact our office as soon as possible for a consultation.

Is There a Dentist in Lake Highlands Who Performs Oral Cancer Screening?

An oral cancer screening is a painless process in which the dentist looks for any growths or other abnormalities in the mouth. Regular oral cancer screenings are the best way to detect issues early when treatment offers the best chance of a cure. Our dentists perform oral cancer screening as part of an annual dental checkup.

What Is the Average Cost of Oral Cancer Treatment in Lake Highlands?

If you are diagnosed with oral cancer, our dentists will help you find the treatment option that will provide you with the best chance for a cure. Prior to treatment you will receive a cost estimate to help you plan accordingly.

IV Sedation

Do Your Lake Highlands Dentists Offer IV Sedation?

Our dentists are trained in IV sedation and can help you determine if sleep dentistry is right for you. The cost of IV sedation depends on the length of the procedure and other factors. We will provide you with the anticipated cost of your treatment following your consultation.

What Are the Fees for IV Sedation?

In order to provide an accurate cost estimate, we need more information about the length of your treatment and the level of expertise of your dentist or oral surgeon. Once you have received a consultation from one of our dental professionals, we will be able to give you more information about what you can expect to pay for IV sedation.

Oral Surgeon

Where Can I Find an Oral Surgeon in Lake Highlands?

Our oral surgeons can help you with common dental problems, such as impacted teeth, oral cancer treatment, and dental implants. Call today to find out more about our oral surgery services and how we can make your treatment as affordable as possible.

What Will It Cost to See an Oral Surgeon?

Oral surgeons fix many different dental problems, and will be able to provide a comprehensive cost estimate once you and your oral surgeon have determined your treatment plan. What you will pay out of pocket will be determined by your insurance coverage and if you take part in any dental discount plans.

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