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Wisdom Teeth Extractions
as Low as $1499!

All 4 Wisdom Teeth + Sedation Included

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Exam

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X-Rays

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Anesthesia

IV
Sedation

4x Wisdom
Tooth Extractions

About Extractions

Despite your best efforts, teeth sometimes need to be removed to protect your health. When we've discussed all other possibilities and you've decided on extraction, we'll take every step to help you. Your wellbeing always takes priority in any treatment decision. Some patients prefer sedation to help with oral surgery, and we can review these options in your treatment plan. You can trust we take every measure to make sure even minor surgical procedures are as comfortable as possible.

Some teeth are removed more easily than others, but the ProSmiles Dental team takes pride in helping every patient get numb with modern anesthetics to start every procedure. Once anesthesia settles in, our oral surgeon uses specialized instruments to elevate the tooth out of place. You will receive specific post-operative instructions to help you care for the extraction area after your procedure, with prescriptions for any medications needed during the healing period.

While our immediate concern is the short-term management of your care, we will also discuss your long-term plans for replacing missing teeth. Leaving a space is always an option, but spaces in your smile can create appearance concerns and functional challenges that are important to consider. Teeth are likely to slowly shift or migrate into open spaces, and minimizing the effects of an unbalanced bite can prevent issues later in life

Although our primary goal is to help your teeth stay healthy and functional, an extraction is sometimes the best way to preserve the overall health of your mouth. Since teeth help nourish our bodies and support our confidence, we will help you find a game plan that fits your short and long-term goals.

What Our Patients Are Saying

"My dad is a patient at ProSmiles, and it has been a great experience thus far! The dental team members that we have met so far have all been friendly, supportive, patient, and so helpful throughout my father's dental care. They always go the extra mile to make us feel comfortable and ensure that we all understand and are comfortable withe the treatment plan."

Laurimay Johnson

"Normally don’t like visiting the dentist, although I know I need to visit them to ensure my dental hygiene is squared away. The entire staff is friendly and the ladies that worked on my teeth were professional, friendly and very efficient. Would hands down recommend this office. This location is on point!"

Andres H.

"This dentistry is the best ever. They explained everythign from the procedures to the cost before anything else was done. I couldn't believe that wen the doctor pulled my tooth that couldn't be saved, it was over just like that. I didn't even know he had pulled it. That's how gentle this doctor was. I will highly recommend Prosmiles, hands down!!!"

Liz Fisher

Meet Your Surgeon

Dr. De Simone sits on the Board of Directors of the Dallas Academy of General Dentistry and is a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry and in the American Dental Implant Association.

Dr. De Simone loves what he does and enjoys being the type of dentist his patients can trust, depend upon, and turn to for their difficult dental problems. His philosophy is simple – “We treat your family like you are family.”

Dr. Mark A. De Simone Dr. Mark A. De Simone

Top-Quality Affordable
Dental Care

We Accept Most Dental
Coverage, Medicaid +CHIP!

Flexible Scheduling,
Open Late & Weekends

FAQs

Why do I need to have my wisdom teeth removed?

It is often recommended that wisdom teeth be removed for the following reasons:

  • They are impacted and causing pain and/or a shift in your healthy teeth, resulting in overcrowding or another orthodontic problem
  • They are partially erupted and making it difficult to brush and floss effectively, leading to problems associated with gum disease
  • A cyst or tumor is forming inside the jaw near the wisdom tooth. If left untreated, it can cause serious damage to the bone and nearby teeth.

After a meeting with one of our skilled dentists, they will determine if it is appropriate to remove your wisdom teeth.

What’s the difference between local anesthesia and sedation? Can I be put to sleep?

When preparing for a wisdom tooth extraction, you may wonder if you can simply sleep through the process. While it is possible, it may not be entirely necessary, as certain forms of sedation can help you enter into a dream-like state. Before beginning your extraction, your oral surgeon will administer local anesthesia to numb the area around the tooth, allowing you to feel no pain. You will then receive a form of sedation to ensure you are fully relaxed and comfortable throughout the entire procedure. If opting for oral conscious sedation, you will likely remember very little, if anything, once the extraction is complete.

What is a normal recovery period?

While every patient is different, the typical recovery period for a wisdom tooth extraction is 7-10 days. This may be shorter or longer depending on the number of wisdom teeth you have removed at one time. It is normal for a dentist to remove all four during one appointment; however, there may be instances where a dental professional believes it is best to only remove one or two. The important thing to remember is to get plenty of rest, avoid hard foods in the first few days, and be gentle when brushing and caring for your smile while healing at home.

How do I know if I have a dry socket?

If a dry socket occurs, it will likely happen within 3-5 days after your procedure. It is best to avoid sipping through a straw, spitting, or smoking during recovery so that you do not dislodge the blood clot. Should this happen, you will begin to experience pain in the area near your tooth, and it will often radiate toward your ear. If pain medication is not alleviating the discomfort, you have bad breath, or you cannot get that “bad taste out of your mouth,” you can safely assume you have a dry socket. You will need to contact our office as soon as possible so that we can address the issue.

How much is a consultation? Do you accept insurance?

At ProSmiles Dental, you’ll be pleased to know that for new patients, your consultation is free of charge. This allows our team to provide you with the high-quality care you need from a dentist who believes in putting patients first. Once you are ready to move forward with treatment, there’s no need to stress about the financial aspects because our team of qualified staff will take care of filing all necessary claims and paperwork on your behalf. We proudly accept most PPO dental insurance plans as well as Medicaid and CHIP coverage. We also provide an in-house membership plan for one low annual fee that gives you access to basic preventive care and a 15% discount on all other treatments.

If you’re uninsured or need help paying the remaining balance, we work closely with CareCredit financing who offers low and no interest payment plans to help you stay within your budget.

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