When it comes to wisdom teeth removal, Stokke Family Dentistry offers the most compassionate, skilled, and personalized experience in the Laurel area. Your wisdom teeth consultation will include a thorough exam with Dr. Stokke and she will discuss all of your options with you. Your oral health is our priority, so we’re here to guide you towards a healthier and more comfortable smile.
Wisdom teeth removal may be necessary if you are experiencing:
Dr. Stokke always strives to preserve the natural structure of your teeth, however, there are many situations where wisdom teeth removal might be necessary. If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, we recommend giving us a call at (406) 628-8211 or booking your appointment online right away. Dr. Stokke will provide her expert opinion and discuss all potential treatment options with you.
We do most wisdom teeth extractions right here in our office, helping you avoid the extra time and costs associated with a referral.
Patient Focused Care | We look out for your best interest and let your goals guide our process.
Modern Technology | We utilize the latest advancements in dental technology to treat patients more effectively and in fewer visits, saving you time and money.
Comprehensive Pre and Post-Operative Care | You’ll receive a customized treatment plan and detailed pre/post operative instructions to help ensure a smooth recovery.
Pain Management | We offer a variety of sedation options to decrease pain or anxiety.
Transparent Pricing | You’ll feel comfortable knowing exactly how much your procedure will cost. We also offer financing options!
Wisdom teeth are your third molars and typically the last set of permanent teeth to emerge in the back corners of your mouth. It’s possible for some people to have fewer or even no wisdom teeth, however, most people have four, with one located in each quadrant of your mouth (upper right, upper left, lower right, lower left).
Wisdom teeth typically start to emerge between the ages of 17 and 25, although this timing can vary from person to person. Some individuals’ wisdom teeth will emerge fully and properly aligned with the rest of their teeth, while others may encounter various issues related to the growth and positioning of their wisdom teeth.
We often recommend that patients see us during their late-teen years for a wisdom teeth evaluation to determine the condition of their wisdom teeth. While some people go through life with no wisdom teeth complications, it’s a good idea to see a dental professional who can analyze your mouth and take steps to prevent oral health issues from occurring down the line.
Looking for wisdom teeth removal near you but don’t have insurance? Not a problem! Patients who would like to break their treatment costs into affordable monthly payments can benefit from working with a financing company. Applying for financing is quick and easy, and you’ll receive an instant decision so you can proceed with your treatment promptly.
If you are interested in seeing a wisdom teeth dentist but don’t have insurance, call Stokke Family Dentistry today at (406) 628-8211 to speak with our insurance coordinator who can provide more information about our financing options.
You could save big on your wisdom teeth removal with insurance! We are in-network with Allegiance, and our treatment coordinator will be able to provide an estimate of what your plan may cover. We’re also happy to bill your dental insurance plan on your behalf to help you maximize your benefits. Click here to learn more about our insurance and financing options.
In general, wisdom teeth extractions are very safe. However, there are some cases in which a patient should disclose past medical history to our dental team to ensure patient safety. For example, our dentists need to know if you have:
If you have any of these conditions, please let our dental team know immediately. Knowing this information will help us mitigate complications, ensuring a safe and successful extraction.
Proper aftercare is extremely important following a wisdom teeth extraction. To reduce the risk of infection and improve recovery:
Once the wound is fully healed, patients have a wide variety of tooth-replacement options to choose from, such as dental implants, bridges, or dentures. It is essential to replace a missing tooth to prevent damage to other teeth from biting forces/uneven pressure, avoid tilting or shifting of remaining teeth into the gap.
Removing a wisdom tooth can provide several benefits for your dental health, including:
Overall, removing wisdom teeth can help improve your dental health and prevent a variety of dental problems. If you’re considering having your wisdom teeth removed, give us a call or book your consultation with Dr. Stokke online today!
Of course! At Stokke Family Dentistry, we understand the urgency associated with emergency wisdom tooth extractions. As such, we keep open slots for emergency dental appointments. Give us a call or schedule your appointment online right away.
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