Wisdom Teeth Only starts a blog!!

Hello everyone! We are so proud of what we do at Wisdom Teeth Only. We provide a great service at a great price. We only do one procedure, you guessed it ‘Wisdom Teeth’. We perform all of our services under IV sedation for your comfort and convenience. Having your wisdom teeth removed shouldn’t break the bank. We are proud to accept your insurance, including Utah Medicaid, to provide you and your family with the best care possible. If you don’t have insurance, we will insure that you are given a price you can afford.

Dr. Hendrickson and our team unitedly maintain this blog. Check back for interesting facts and information about wisdom teeth, our team, our patients and everything ‘wisdom teeth’.

Remember Wisdom Teeth Only for wisdom teeth done right and at the right price!

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4 Responses to Wisdom Teeth Only starts a blog!!

  1. Alina jones says:

    My tooth is badly destroyed and my dentist have suggested me for Tooth extraction
    . I just want to know the charges of Extraction so that I don’t get cheated?

    • Alina,
      It is hard to say. The ADA publishes average dental fee surveys each year but they are only available to your dentist who is a member of the ADA! Fees can range from $100 to $1000 for one tooth! Seems crazy! If an oral surgeon removes your tooth, it will be more expensive. If you are put to sleep for the surgery, it can be more expensive. The best way to find out the price is to get out the phone book or get online and start price shopping. Call four or five practices and ask them point blank what they charge for a “surgical extraction” — this is the lingo term for the extraction of a badly damaged tooth. Also, ask about other charges related to the extraction: sedation, xray, exam, etc. Be an informed patient and do your homework! You will be surprised how much money you can save!
      Dr. Hendrickson

  2. Alina jones says:

    My lower first molar is very sensitive to hot and cold. From yesterday it started paining and now the swelling is also there. Should I go for Tooth extraction
    ?

    • Alina,
      You need to get to a dentist right away. There are other options than tooth extraction. But they may or may not be right for you. Be sure and ask your dentist for alternative treatments and prices. Find out everything you can and then make a decision based on what is right for you! Obviously, the cost of different procedures will be a part of that decision.

      Generally speaking, teeth that are sensitive to hot and cold usually require either 1) a root canal and crown or 2) extraction.

      Good luck!

      Dr. Hendrickson

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