The price of removing wisdom teeth varies from city to city and state to state. Also, keep in mind certain factors may affect the price such as; Do you have dental insurance or not? I, on the other hand, currently do not have dental insurance. I need all 4 of my wisdom teeth pulled. I got my first one pulled about 3 hours ago and paid in full cash of $130. ---- Here's a very "ball park" estimate of the price that you might pay to have a wisdom tooth extracted that is classified as a soft tissue impaction. Wisdom teeth that are bony impactions can cost up to twice as much to have removed. $100.00 - $350.00. Please keep in mind this is just an estimate and varies depending where you live.
I think the cost is nearly $950 to get your wisdom teeth removed
125 per tooth
I just had my two remaining wisdom teeth extracted at a cost of $220 per tooth and a $65 consultation fee. That seemed excessive but I needed it done.
$1400-$1500 depending on if you have good insurance
Delta dental is a dental insurance company. Delta dental will pay 50%-80% of the cost for the extraction of wisdom teeth.
$800 - $2000, depending if they are impacted ($2000) or simple ($800)
The cost of removing wisdom teeth can vary greatly, depending on a number of factors:1. How many teeth are being removed? Sometimes not all wisdom teeth require removal.2. How impacted are the wisdom teeth? Full boney impactions are usually the most costly because they are often the most complicated procedures. This can usually be determined by the dentist or oral surgeon by viewing the teeth on an x-ray.3. Are there any conditions, such as underlying medical conditions that will complicate the procedure and contribute to the cost?4. The type of anesthesia used can also affect the cost. Will it be local anesthesia only? IV sedation? Or full general anesthesia? Discuss your options with the surgeon beforehand.5. Is the surgeon a contracted provider on your insurance plan? If so, he may be obliged to take a lower fee than he might otherwise.A simple surgical extraction of a single wisdom tooth with local anesthesia can cost just a couple of hundred dollars, while multiple full boney impacted extractions with general anesthesia can cost a few thousand dollars. In any case, you are entitled to know what the upper end of your cost will be before the procedure is done. Talk to your surgeon and get firm answers before you agree to the surgery.One last piece of advice: Beware of bargains in parachutes and oral surgery.
I am having all 4 of my Wisdom teeth removed today... I live in Ontario, Canada. the most it will cost me with a local anestetic will be $1086... $271/tooth. the cheapest it will be is about $500... I have coverage through Empire Life and they cover around $116/tooth depending on the procedure taken...If you are unsure about the cost you can always ask your dentist office for an estimate... they are very helpful in that aspect.ANSWER: It just cost me $500. cash/per MOLAR, in NEW YORK, to have extracted under local anesthia.
I got four wisdom teeth taken out in MA and the total (with good insurance) came to 220 dollars! hope that helps
Around $1500 regular price. Depending on services. If you go to an oral surgeon without insurance to get your wisdom teeth removed, you will pay anything from $1200-$1500. You usually need to pay half the amount up front and then you can make payments. I suggest you do what I did and go to the local college or university. I had mine extracted at UCLA school of dentistry and I paid only $130 total for all four wisdom teeth. They were professional and I actually had fun! The cost should be the same, with or without dental insurance. In Canada, a wisdom tooth extraction, for a single tooth, can cost up to $350.
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Two weeks ago, we paid $1,204.00 for four wisdom teeth to be extracted. This was done by an oral surgeon who was also a medical doctor which may account for the high cost. We used this person because my son has bad allergies so we wanted the medical doctor expertise as well.