Cost of Wisdom Teeth removal
The Cost of Having Your Wisdom Teeth Removed in Warren NJ
How much does wisdom teeth removal cost?
Every patient’s situation is different, which is why we have a consultation with you prior to the surgery. This allows us to present any possible costs upfront, and help you decipher your insurance benefits.
What are the factors that affect wisdom teeth cost?
Does insurance cover wisdom teeth removal?
Many dental insurance policies may include a benefit for wisdom teeth removal. Additionally, there are some medical insurances that may include a benefit for impacted and/or partially impacted wisdom teeth. Medical insurance policies sometimes include a benefit for the removal of impacted and/or partially impacted wisdom teeth. Our staff will help you navigate your insurance benefits so that you can obtain the maximum benefit from your provider. In order to attain the exact cost, you must come to our office, see one of our surgeons and have one of our patient coordinators review your specific case with you.
The Cost of NOT Having Wisdom Teeth Removed
While the cost of wisdom teeth removal may seem prohibitive, the price of not having them removed may cost more money (and pain) down the road, as extractions get more and more complicated with age. The complication rate with the removal of wisdom increases with age. It is much easier to have your wisdom teeth removed during your teenage years or early twenties.
Financing the Cost of Wisdom Teeth Extraction
We offer a variety of options to our patients and their families to ensure that they get the care that they need. We accept all major credit cards and participate with Care Credit which is a separate company that offers dental payment plans. Your medical and/or dental insurance may include a benefit for wisdom teeth removal. Our staff will help you navigate your insurance benefits so that you can obtain the maximum benefit from your provider. In order to attain the exact cost, you must come to our office, see one of our surgeons, Dr. Sullivan, Dr. Aramphongphan or Dr. Margolis, and have one of our patient coordinators review your specific case with you.
Read our latest blog posts to learn more:
- “Why you should have your Wisdom Teeth Removed“
- “How to prepare for your Wisdom Tooth Removal“
- “How parents can prepare for their children’s wisdom teeth removal“
- “What are Impacted Wisdom Teeth? Signs and Symptoms“