What’s The Cost Of Wisdom Teeth Removal in San Francisco?

At Oral Surgery San Francisco, we get asked all the time “how much does it cost to get your wisdom teeth removed?”

Cost of wisdom teeth removal in San Francisco.

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The truthful answer is that we can’t tell you. At least, we can’t tell you over the phone or in an email. No two people are the same and no two mouths are the same. How many wisdom teeth do you need removing? One? Two? Three? All four? Or maybe none at all. People are very concerned about the cost of wisdom teeth removal here in San Francisco, one of America’s most expensive cities.

The only way we can answer the question “how much does it cost to get your wisdom teeth removed” is for you to make an appointment to come into the surgery and see Dr Rabinovich. He can then examine your mouth and take x-rays so that he can get a clear idea of exactly what is involved in your particular case and then he can give you the definitive answer to the question “how much does it cost to get your wisdom teeth removed” which is the only one that matters to you: how much it costs to get YOUR wisdom teeth removed.

Get Them Checked Out at a Free Consult on Wisdom Teeth Extraction

What is important is that you should definitely get your wisdom teeth checked out even if they are not causing you a problem at the moment. Sometimes wisdom teeth will grow perfectly and will never cause any trouble, but it’s a sad fact of life that if that happens in your case you are just very lucky. In the vast majority of people they do not grow with no trouble. As it happens, they are not necessary anyway, so having them removed will not make it any more difficult to eat.

As the last teeth to grow it is often the case that they don’t have sufficient room to grow, so they can grow – or erupt to use the technical term – at awkward angles. They can also push other teeth out of alignment as they struggle to get through the gum. They can be trapped in the jawbone, and they can cause all sorts of problems from gum infections to cysts and tumors.

This is why it makes very good sense to have your wisdom teeth checked over. Dr Rabinovich will examine your teeth and take x-rays so that he can see what may happen in months to come, even if your wisdom teeth are not causing a problem at the moment. He offers all patients a totally free consult in any case, so it will cost you nothing to get them checked out. Give the office a call on (415) 817-9991 or click on the Contact Us link at the top of the page.

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