My son needs to have all four wisdom teeth pulled by an oral surgeon. Even though I have current dental insurance though my husband work I found out it covers extractions only if a general dentist does the extractions and not for a oral surgeon.
For wisdom teeth I need for him to see an oral surgeon. I am trying now to find a dental plan that can help me out with the cost. What do you have that you can suggest for me to buy for him. I should not wait too long so something that can start sooner would be better.
My daughter needs to have all four of her wisdom teeth pulled out before they will remove her braces and give her a retainer. My current dental insurance plan even though they cover for the braces my daughter has will not offer any coverages to having the wisdom teeth pulled by an oral surgeon.
I am just a little upset about finding this out. The few other insurance companies I called said they would cover for Wisdom teeth extraction but not for a year or more. My daughter can not wait such long waiting periods. If there has to be waiting periods 3 – 6 months would be my max waiting time. Do you have anything that can help me?
I am going to have all four of my wisdom teeth pulled out on Friday. I am having them pulled after worked but I and wondering if just two days is good enough for me to be ready to go back to work or should I ask for Monday and Tuesday off?
I can get the days off because I never ask for days off since I been there. (Which has be over five years) I want to work but I do not want to work if I am going to be in too much pain. What is it like having four teeth pulled out at the same time?
I have an impacted wisdom tooth that I just found out since I need to see an Oral Surgeon to remove the tooth my current dental insurance will not help me. I am in fricking pain and I told by my dental insurance company to bad so sad for me.
I guess that what you get for a work plan. I see that you offer dental discount plans that say will start the next business day is that for everything including Oral Surgery? Please advise.
I hoping you can offer up some help. I have a top wisdom tooth that I have been told has become impacted and should be removed as soon as possible so that it does not start causing more problems with my other teeth. However the dentist I go to told me I would need to see an oral surgeon to have the tooth removed.
I found out that the plan I have though work will not cover me to see any specialist. So I got a cash quote of $1146.00. this is just way to much and I need help with how I am going to have my tooth pulled at a price cost I an afford any suggestions.
I have been told that my two bottom wisdom teeth need to be pulled that they are impacted and causing a lot of problems with my teeth. The dental insurance I have now I found out does not offer any coverages for me to go to an oral surgeon but that is were I need to go. Will getting a dental discount plan really save me money?
I am worried about getting dry socket. I just had all four wisdom teeth removed. Four days ago. I am still having to take some of my pain killers they gave me. But the thing the top right wisdom tooth extract site hurts more then the others. It is also swollen the most. Could I have dry socket going on? How do I know if I am getting dry socket?
I was wondering if it is some kind of requirement to have you wisdom teeth pulled. I have not been to the dentist in a while and was told that I shoul think about having my wisdom teeth pulled. I said I would think about it. However really way should I spend that kind of money when my wisdom teeth are not even giving me any problems.
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So I have an Impacted wisdom tooth in the bottom right back of my mouth. Although I have dental insurance they will not cover having my wisdom tooth removed until February of next year. This tooth is starting to hurt me now and I do not think that I can put it off until February to get it removed. The other part of the problem is I do not think I can afford to have it removed without help from the insurance company paying for most of it. What can I do to get the work done now but make it affordable for me to be able to pay for it .
I know I need my two bottom wisdom teeth removed. Though right now they are not giving me any issues I was told by a dentist two months ago it is something I should have done. I also have two missing top teeth that I currently have a bridge for. I knock my teeth out in a car accident may moon ago.
I would like to know what dentist does a wisdom teeth removal and implants. I have always wanted implants for my missing teeth but could not afford them until now. Who would I see my general dentist does not do this type of work.
My husband needs to have all the remaining teeth he has pulled out so that he can get a complete set of dentures uppers and lowers. This teeth have always been in bad shape since he was a child do to his diabetes. He has dental insurance though work but it is not the greatest. Our out of pocket cost is still around $3700.00.
The problem is we just do not have that kind of money to spend right now. I however, do not want him to continue to suffer with his bad teeth. I am really upset over this since the dentist will not even workout any type of payment plan. We could afford about $100.00 a month until it is paid off. Does anyone have any idea on what we can do. I want my husband to smile again. He is just a giving man and he does so much for our family always putting himself last.
I Need to have two of my bottom wisdom teeth removed since if I do not they will cause me to have crooked teeth. I do not have the room for them to come in like I did for my top teeth. My bottom wisdom teeth are starting to cut though but the dentist said if I do not get them out now they will be pushing my other teeth causing issue.
My dilemma is that I do not want to go to sleep to have my teeth pulled out. I am more afraid of having someone put me to sleep then any kind of pain I may have by not going under. My general dentist that is telling to to have the wisdom teeth pulled said I would need to go to an oral surgeon. This makes me think I have to be put to sleep. If that is the case I know I will not pull the teeth even if I need to.
Will an oral surgeon pull the teeth by just numbing me up? Can that be done? My mom had a tooth pulled with just being really numb up but that was at a general dentist. What can I do?
Can’t stop thinking about my surgery
I will be going in to the Oral surgeon to have six of my teeth pulled. I have really bad teeth and pulling them is the only choice left to me. After word I will be getting partials until they review how I am healing and see if I can have implants or not.
This is really going to make my mouth look 100% better I know this. However I am scared about the process of having so many teeth pulled at once. I do not know what to expect. Will I be in a lot of pain afterwords? How long should it take for my gums to heal? I will be so happy when this is over but the waiting is making me sick since all I do is fret about it. Any advise or helpful information would be appreciate.
About how long will the stitches that the dentist put in after my tooth extraction take to dissolve? I have four stitches in the back of my mouth and they are kind of bugging the heck out of me. I just had the tooth extraction yesterday if that helps.
I would like to know about how long do I need to wait before working out after having dental implant surgery. I just had four implants put in three days ago and I am for the most part feeling fine. I am an active guy and hate note working out. The oral surgeon told me not to do anything stressful. I am guessing he meant for me not to workout but he did not say for how long.
I had both of my top wisdom teeth removed just yesterday. The surgery went well and I am recovering from the extractions. The thing is, I am now having a really bad cough that I did not have before the extractions where done.
I am taking antibiotics and Tylenol but only when the pain gets bad. Can they be the cause of my cough? Or is it possible that the dentist made me sick?
I will be having my two top wisdom’s teeth removed Friday. I am nervous about getting them removed because I had a really bad experience with having the two bottom wisdom teeth removed. When I got those teeth remove my general dental said he could pull them. He got one out okay but the second one was a nightmare. It took him over an hour to pull it out in pieces.
I am now going to see an oral surgeon for the top two wisdom teeth. I know I should not have the same type of problem like before. I also will be asleep this time so that should really me get though the process much better. Knowing this I am still a little worried. I am looking for some good advise that will make me feel better about having the teeth pulled.
I have crooked teeth and I have always wanted them straighten out as a kid but my family at the time could not afford the extra expense of my getting braces. Now that I am an adult I have been looking into adult braces. I talked to an orthodontic dentist for a free consult.
He told me that I would need to have two of my back teeth pulled by an oral surgeon before he would be able to put braces on my teeth to straighten them out. This worries me. I do not want to pull out my teeth. I do not want to be left with gaps just to have straight teeth.
Well the braces fixed the gaps that are left as well as straighten my teeth?
I just got one of my wisdom teeth removed. The one one the left bottom side of my mouth. It as been three hours now and I am still feeling numb from the Novocaine. My pass experiences with Novocaine the numbness only lasted an hour or two. Should I be worried that half my mouth is still numb?
Would having corrective surgery for an under bite be considered a cosmetic procedure? I have pretty good dental insurance though my job. However they do not cover out for cosmetic procedures. I have an under bite issue that has been bothering me for a while now and would like it fixed. I can not afford to have the corrective surgery for my under bite if the insurance I have considers it a cosmetic procedure.