About Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to come into the mouth. However, many wisdom teeth are removed well before this time due to the oral health complications that can arise as a result of untreated wisdom teeth. When your child sees your dentist for regular checkups, they will monitor these teeth through X-rays or other diagnostic scans. Once your dentist feels the time is right for removal, they can refer to an oral surgeon for treatment.
Dr. Marashi and Dr. Ricciuti offer high-quality oral surgery services at their practice in Fort Mill, SC. At Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery, patients are treated with the kindness, respect, and dignity they deserve. Our staff is ready to welcome you and your loved ones to our state-of-the-art practice. As trusted oral surgeons, Drs. Marashi and Ricciuti will develop a personalized treatment plan designed to optimize your oral health.
Why should wisdom teeth be removed early?
Extracting wisdom teeth before they have a chance to erupt into the mouth is a very common procedure. Most dental health professionals recommend that wisdom teeth are removed early as a way to prevent oral health complications and a host of unnecessary treatments that can result from untreated wisdom teeth. In addition, patients who have their wisdom teeth removed when they are in their early to mid-teen years tend to have a smoother procedure and recovery due to the wisdom teeth being smaller and underdeveloped.
Wisdom teeth extraction procedures are common and can be performed right in our office in Fort Mill, SC. If you or your child have been recommended for wisdom teeth removal, we encourage you to call our office to schedule a consultation appointment with Dr. Marashi or Dr. Ricciuti.
Wisdom Teeth Removal Cost in Fort Mill, SC
Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery offers high-quality oral surgery treatments to patients of all ages. As experienced and trusted oral surgeons, Dr. Marashi and Dr. Ricciuti practice the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures at all of their practice locations. We accept several forms of payment and work with many insurance plans to make the cost of these oral surgery services as reasonable as possible for patients. Please review our Financial & Insurance Policy to learn more.
Since every treatment plan is different, the exact cost of your wisdom teeth removal will be unique to you. The number of wisdom teeth extracted, anesthesia selection, and type of insurance will all factor into the final cost of treatment. We encourage you to schedule a consultation appointment to receive the most accurate estimate of treatment.
Your Oral Health Investment
Complications from untreated wisdom teeth are common and unnecessary. Treating these complications can be expensive, painful, and even extensive in nature. Many dental health professionals agree that removing wisdom teeth early is an investment in your oral health.
- Corrective treatments as a result of wisdom teeth complications can become costly
- Most wisdom teeth are recommended for removal when a patient is in their early to mid-teen years due to smaller, underdeveloped teeth that are easier to remove and lead to a smoother procedure and a faster recovery
- Less complications tend to be experienced by younger patients, such as bleeding, swelling, and discomfort
Dr. Marashi and Dr. Ricciuti are experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeons who provide the best of care to their patients at Greater Charlotte Oral & Facial Surgery. If you are ready to schedule a consultation appointment, please give our office a call.