If your child needs to have their wisdom teeth removed, the good news is that wisdom teeth extractions are almost always at least partially covered by dental insurance.
Sometimes medical insurance will also cover part of the costs.
When we have a new patient representative at our offices in [city], we will check both the medical and dental insurance plans so that we can maximize the patient’s benefits and minimize their out of pocket costs.
No Insurance Coverage? No Problem!
If your insurance doesn’t cover wisdom teeth extraction OR you don’t have insurance, the good news is that we have affordable payment options through Care Credit for almost any budget. In fact, we’ve worked with many patients that have no insurance.
Payment Plan Options Include:
- [payment plan 1]
- [payment plan 2]
Don’t Delay Booking a Consultation
The ideal time to book a consultation with an oral surgeon for a wisdom teeth evaluation is around mid-teens.
The process is less painful and easier for younger patients since their roots are not completely formed, the surrounding bone is softer, and there is less chance of damaging nearby nerves or other structures.
Parents also find it easier to have their child’s wisdom teeth extracted before they head off to college. This ensures that your children can make use of your benefits and minimizes out of pocket costs.
To find out more about costs and treatment options, call our office at [phone] or email us at [email] to schedule a consultation with the specialist.