Wisdom Teeth Extractions & Oral Surgery in Waxahachie

Bone Grafting

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

What Is an Oral Bone Graft?

A bone graft allows an oral surgeon to build up your jawbone so that it can hold a dental implant. Typically, your surgeon will use a bone grafting material instead of your own bone. You will have to wait several months for your bone graft to heal before you can have implant surgery. With minor bone grafts, your surgeon may be able to place the implant at the same time as the bone material.

What Do Bone Grafts Generally Cost?

Several variables affect your bone graft cost, including the amount of bone added, the location of the graft, and your anesthesia cost for the procedure. Call us to arrange a consultation and you will learn your anticipated cost for a bone graft.

How Much Does a Sinus Lift Cost?

Your price for a sinus depends on whether you need one or both sides lifted in preparation for implant surgery. You anesthesia preference will also affect your cost. Your oral surgeon will go over your cost; the sinus lift may have been included in your dental implant quote.

Sedation Dentistry

Who Is a Good Candidate for Sedation Dentistry?

Anyone who does not having a breathing issue, sleep apnea, or an allergy to sedation medicines is usually a good candidate. Our dentist will go over your medical history and allergies before administering any type of sedation. If you have been looking for a local sedation dentist, call our office to schedule your appointment today.

What Does Dental Sedation Normally Cost?

You sedation cost depends on the sedation used and the length of your procedure. Our dentist or oral surgeon can explain your anticipated costs before administering any type of sedation.

Tooth Extractions

Are Tooth Extractions Painful?

Dentists and oral surgeons go out of their way to ensure that teeth extractions are not painful. Using anesthesia and sedation, our oral surgeon can offer pain-free, relaxing surgical tooth extractions. Non-surgical extractions are done with a local anesthetic; they are over so quickly that few people need any type of sedation.

What Does an Extraction Cost at an Oral Surgeon’s Office?

We base your extraction cost on the difficulty of the extraction, where the tooth is located, and your dental insurance coverage. Call us and ask for a consultation. Our oral surgeon can give you an estimate of your tooth extraction cost.

Will it Hurt to Have My Wisdom Teeth Extracted?

The wisdom teeth extraction procedure is painless because we use anesthesia. After the extraction, our oral surgeon will provide you with aftercare instructions and he or she will tell you how to manage the pain afterwards.

Oral Pathology

Where Can I Find Oral Pathology Services in Waxahachie?

Call our office if you need oral pathology services, such as having a tissue sample taken to check for oral cancer.

What Is an Oral Cancer Screening?

When you have a dental check up, the dentist will visually examine your entire mouth, looking for early indications of oral cancer. Catching oral cancer early greatly increases your chances of surviving the disease. If you have not had an oral cancer screening in the last year, please call our office to schedule one.

What Are the Oral Cancer Treatment Options?

There are several options for oral cancer patients, including radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted drugs, and surgery. Typically, you will have an entire team coordinate your care, including an oral surgeon.

IV Sedation

Does IV Sedation Also Alleviate Pain?

Intravenous (IV) sedation is a fast acting drug that leaves you unconscious, and quite relaxed. IV sedation allows dentists to complete procedures while the patient sleeps, preventing the patient from pain. You may need a ride home afterward; bring a friend or family member with you to your appointment.

What Will I Pay for IV Sedation?

You can discuss your IV sedation with your dentist or oral surgeon, who will know how long the procedure takes and can estimate how much of the IV sedation agent you will need.

Oral Surgeon

How Is an Oral Surgeon Different from a Dentist?

Oral surgeons are dentists who have additional hospital-based training in surgical techniques. Oral surgeons are capable of treating a broad range of conditions and accidental injuries. Additionally, oral surgeons will perform cosmetic procedures.

What Does an Oral Surgeon Cost?

Seeing an oral surgeon is more expensive than seeing a dentist because oral surgeons treat more complex conditions. Your personal cost to see an oral surgeon will depend on the work you are having done. To see a skilled local oral surgeon, contact our office and request an appointment.

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