Is Bone Grafting Painful?
A bone graft involves placing either a piece of your bone or a synthetic bone substitute into your jawbone in order to provide a stable base for an implant. Your dentist in Wylie will give you a local anesthetic for pain, and you’ll receive pain medication for home as it’s required.
How Much Does Bone Grafting Cost?
The cost of a bone graft will depend on the type of graft, your insurance coverage, and any other work that you’ll need done. Call our office in Wylie for an appointment and your dentist will provide you with an estimate of the cost for your particular situation.
Does a Sinus Lift Hurt?
A sinus lift is sometimes required for dental implants. This involves inserting bone into the jawbone near the molars and premolars. The sinus membrane is then lifted, but you’ll be given an anesthetic during the procedure and afterwards if it’s necessary. Call our office in Wylie for more information.
Does Sedation Dentistry Hurt?
Sedation dentistry is used to deter and alleviate pain during dental procedures and involves several types of sedation. Your dentist may use a topical or injectable anesthetic, nitrous oxide, or an IV sedative.
What’s The Cost of Sedation Dentistry?
The cost of sedation dentistry will be determined by the amount and type of sedative that you need, and your insurance coverage. You might want to check with your insurance company regarding coverage for the different types of sedation dentistry.
What Is Tooth Extraction Surgery?
A surgical extraction of a tooth is more complex than a routine extraction done in the dentist’s chair. Tooth extraction surgery is necessary when a tooth hasn’t fully formed or hasn’t broken through the gum. You’ll require sedation and your oral surgeon will make you as comfortable as possible.
What Do Tooth Extractions Cost?
The cost of your tooth extraction will depend on the state of your tooth, any other procedures that you need, and your insurance coverage. Call our office in Wylie for more information and to schedule an appointment.
Does Wisdom Teeth Extraction Hurt?
The extraction procedure is relatively painless, it’s the infected or impacted wisdom tooth that’s causing you pain. Your oral surgeon will use an anesthetic throughout the procedure to ensure your comfort and you’ll be given aftercare instructions and pain medication to take home. Call our office in Wylie for more information on wisdom tooth extraction.
What Is Oral Pathology?
Oral pathology is the area of dentistry that deals with identifying and managing diseases of the mouth and jaw.
Is An Oral Cancer Diagnosis Accurate?
Your oral surgeon will provide the most accurate diagnosis possible, but we encourage you to obtain a second opinion if you’ve received a diagnosis of oral cancer.
What Are Oral Cancer Treatments?
Oral cancer treatments aim to eliminate the cancer before it metastasizes and to prevent its recurrence. There are many types of oral cancer and many types of oral cancer treatments. Your dentist will review your options with you during your appointment at our office in Wylie.
What Is IV Sedation?
IV sedation uses an intravenous drip to maintain hydration and inject a sedative into your vein during oral surgery. IV sedation is used when it is best for you to be unconscious during the procedure. Call our office in Wylie to determine if this procedure might work for you.
Are IV Sedation Dentists Expensive?
The cost of your IV sedation dentistry will depend on the procedure you’re having done and the expertise of your dentist. Your dentist will provide you with a cost estimate before you schedule the procedure in our office in Wylie.
What Is An Oral Surgeon?
An oral surgeon can help you with many problems related to your teeth, gums, and overall health. An oral surgeon installs implants, extracts wisdom teeth, can help you with breathing and sleep problems, and can diagnose the presence of oral cancer. If you have any of these issues, call our office in Wylie to schedule an appointment with one of our oral surgeons.
What Does Oral Surgery Cost?
The cost of oral surgery will depend on your needs and your dental insurance. We’ll work with your insurance company to make sure you receive the most from your benefits, so call our office in Wylie today.