Wisdom teeth removal costs differ depending on the condition of your oral health, the area you live in, your insurance coverage, and some other factors. If you want to know how much your procedure will cost, the most accurate way to do so is to have a consultation and oral exam with an oral and maxillofacial surgeon.
When you visit Oral Surgery Hawaii, our office staff will gladly contact your insurance company to get an estimate of the price of your wisdom teeth removal. Our pricing is competitive for oral surgery care in the Hawaii region. We try to make payment as easy as possible for our patients, which is why we accept many different payment methods and insurance plans.
Investing in Your Health
Nobody likes paying for health procedures, but having your wisdom teeth removed is often necessary to preserve your oral health. Removing your wisdom teeth can prevent infections, tooth damage, cysts, pain, and other problems. Regular dental exams can help track the development of your wisdom teeth, which can also save you money in the long run. Below are a few reasons why preserving your oral and dental health is a good investment.
- When wisdom teeth cause damage to adjacent teeth and gum tissue, you may need additional extractions, implants, or other procedures, which can end up costing more than the initial removal procedure.
- Infected or impacted wisdom teeth can damage your gums and jaw, making healing time longer.
- Removing wisdom teeth early can help prevent pain and discomfort, which is valuable for your overall well-being.
Wisdom Teeth Removals in Honolulu, Aiea, and Kaneohe, HI
No matter what condition your wisdom teeth are in, our oral surgeons will be happy to review your situation and determine whether or not extraction is necessary. To learn more about wisdom teeth removals at our practice, contact one of our offices in Hawaii today.