Wisdom Teeth Extractions & Oral Surgery in University Park

Bone Grafting

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

What Is Dental Bone Grafting?

Dental bone grafting is the process of filling in areas of the jawbone that are left void when a tooth is extracted or you do not have sufficient jawbone. During the graft, the void area is filled with your own bone material or with a special bone grafting material. It will take a few months for your natural bone and the grafted bone to create a firm support base for an implant.

What’s the Price for A Bone Graft?

Your bone graft cost will be based on issues such as your insurance coverage and the type of bone graft needed. If you need follow-up surgeries to prepare for an implant, those procedures will also affect your costs. In general, the synthetic bone substitute is cheaper to use than your own bone material.

Is a Sinus Lift Necessary for an Implant?

If your upper jawbone isn’t high enough for an implant or if your sinuses are too close to the jawbone, a sinus lift may be necessary. During a sinus lift for implants, the sinus membrane is raised. Your dentist will administer anesthesia to make sure you’re comfortable during the procedure.

Sedation Dentistry

What Is Sedation Dentistry?

Our dentists in University Park employ a number of techniques to keep patients comfortable and pain-free during treatment. These techniques include local anesthesia, which can be applied topically or administered by injection. Nitrous oxide or “laughing gas” is also commonly used. For oral surgery, IV sedation dentistry may be used by our oral surgeons.

Is Sedation Dentistry Expensive?

Your sedation dentistry cost is based on the type of sedation used. Oral sedation and nitrous oxide are usually less expensive than intravenous sedation. Sedation dentistry may be covered by your insurance provider, so we recommend that you check your coverage before receiving care.

Tooth Extractions

Are Surgical Tooth Extractions Painful?

Our oral surgeons use sedation methods to ensure you are comfortable and pain-free throughout the procedure. The process of surgical tooth extraction is necessary when the tooth hasn’t fully emerged or has not fully developed. A tiny incision in the gum allows the oral surgeon to extract the tooth.

What’s the Average Cost of a Tooth Extraction?

Dental extraction costs vary, depending on insurance coverage, the location of the tooth to be removed, and the extent of follow-up care. Our oral surgeons will provide you with an estimate for your total tooth removal cost when your treatment plan is presented.

How Much Does Wisdom Tooth Removal Cost?

The cost of wisdom tooth extraction depends on whether the wisdom tooth is impacted, how many teeth you’re having extracted, and other variables such as insurance coverage. Your wisdom tooth removal price also is based on the type of anesthesia used during your procedure and how much aftercare you require.

Oral Pathology

What’s Important to Know About Oral Pathology?

Oral pathology, or oral diseases, can be serious, and they often present some early warning signs. These warning signs include symptoms such as mouth discoloration, cheek lumps or painful sores in your mouth. If you have any of these symptoms, you should book an appointment with our oral pathologist in University Park.

How Is An Oral Cancer Diagnosis Made?

Even if oral cancer symptoms are not present, dentists routinely perform oral cancer screenings during annual dental exams. If problem areas are found, additional tests may be ordered, such as a biopsy or an endoscopy. This early oral cancer detection is vital to finding a treatment that works.

Is Oral Cancer Treatment Expensive?

Each oral cancer case is unique, so costs vary depending on the severity of cancer and the type of oral cancer treatment options used. Overall costs are also affected by other factors such as insurance coverage. Our dentist will review the treatment options available for oral cancer for your specific case and provide you with cost information.

IV Sedation

What Is an IV Sedation Dentist?

An IV sedation dentist is a dentist that puts you to sleep or in a deep state of relaxation before major dental procedures. It’s also often used for patients with severe dental anxiety. Talk to your dentist about your sleep dentistry options.

Is Dental IV Sedation Expensive?

IV sedation tends to cost more than local anesthesia, but your actual dental sedation costs depend on issues such as the type of dentist performing the sedation and the length of your procedure.

Oral Surgeon

What Procedures Are Performed by an Oral Surgeon?

Oral surgeons are qualified to resolve a number of dental and oral health issues, including dental implants, oral cancer, impacted wisdom and canine teeth, sleep apnea and facial trauma. If you’re asking yourself, “Where’s a qualified oral surgeon near me?” call our office today.

Is the Cost of Oral Surgery Expensive?

Your oral surgery cost is based on your individual treatment needs and insurance benefits. If you have questions about treatment costs, contact us today.

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