Cost of Wisdom Teeth Removal in San Francisco, CA

We offer financing and payment plans to help make your wisdom tooth removal surgery affordable.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

What factors into the cost of wisdom teeth removal?

The cost of your wisdom teeth removal procedure will vary depending on a number of factors, including:

  • Your dental insurance
  • The number of wisdom teeth you need removed
  • Your choice of anesthesia
  • If you require additional procedures, such as bone grafting or other tooth extractions

7x7 Dental Implant & Oral Surgery Specialists offer wisdom teeth removal at competitive pricing for the San Francisco, CA, area. If you’re interested in payment plans or learning about your financing options, please ask our friendly front desk staff. Our oral surgeons, Dr. Duncan, Dr. Scharf, Dr. Patwardhan, Dr. Tolstunov, Dr. Morrow, Dr. Robert, and our team are here to help and look forward to caring for you.

Risks of leaving wisdom teeth untreated

Even if wisdom teeth are not causing pain, they should still be removed. It’s rare for wisdom teeth to develop without causing any problems. They usually begin developing around the age of 17 and should be removed early, because they are smaller and have not fully developed. If you do not get them removed, they become large and more solidified in your jaw as the root grows. Younger patients have easier surgeries and recoveries because the wisdom teeth are smaller and not fully grown, in addition to typically healing faster.

Over time, a wisdom tooth can slowly push nearby teeth out of position, resulting in dental shifting. Their roots can grow into or damage facial nerves, which can be very painful. Impacted wisdom teeth are difficult to clean around and can become infected. Tooth decay and gum disease can spread to other teeth, which puts your oral health at risk. By having them removed early, you prevent all of the problems associated with wisdom teeth and protect your oral health.

Wisdom tooth removal procedure

The surgical extraction of wisdom teeth is similar to a standard tooth extraction procedure. You will undergo IV sedation during the procedure. Oral surgeons are trained to safely administer all forms of anesthesia and sedation, including local anesthesia, general anesthesia, and laughing gas.

An impacted wisdom tooth may need to be broken into smaller pieces before being removed. Visible wisdom teeth can be removed using forceps. Dissolvable sutures will be placed, and you will receive instructions on how to care for your surgical sites as they heal.

Financing wisdom tooth removal

Our practice proudly offers financing options to help make excellent oral surgery care more affordable for more people. If you wish to set up a payment plan for your wisdom teeth extraction, this must be discussed prior to your surgery. If you ever have questions or would like to learn about your options for financing oral surgery, we invite you to call us or schedule an appointment.

Every dental insurance plan is different and our team will do everything we can to help maximize your reimbursement.

CareCredit®

Our practice accepts CareCredit, a credit card that is used to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses not covered by insurance. Over 225,000 providers nationwide accept CareCredit, and you can decide the financing schedule to pay off your credit card. A flexible credit card helps finance the cost of your oral surgery treatment and can improve your credit score when paid for on time. To apply or learn more about how CareCredit can help finance your oral surgery needs, visit the CareCredit website.

LendingClub®

Our practice accepts LendingClub personal loans, which can be taken out for any purpose at a fixed interest rate. You decide the rate, terms, and payments for your needs, and you can be funded up to $40,000. A dental loan or medical loan can cover oral surgery, so you can undergo the dental procedures needed to achieve a healthier smile. To apply or learn more about how LendingClub loans work, visit the LendingClub website.

Find us in San Francisco, CA

We have three convenient practice locations to serve you in San Francisco, CA—choose from our West Portal office (on W. Portal Avenue), our Stonestown office (on Buckingham Way), or our Van Ness office (on Daniel Burnham Court).