WISDOM TOOTH REMOVAL TORONTO

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Qin Ji
Qin Ji
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I had all four impacted wisdom teeth extracted the other day and it was a painless experience. Well trained dentist who care a lot about his patients and the staff there are very welcoming and helpful. The dentist even followed up a few days later to make sure that I was doing okay. Overall a great experience.
Sy Han
Sy Han
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I went to Atlas Dental to have my wisdom tooth removed as an emergency. Everything about it was smooth. I highly recommend Dr. David. He was very kind and responsible that I was comfortable throughout the whole process. He explained everything I had to take after impacted wisdom teeth surgery and also a few days later he asked me how I was feeling with it. The office manager, Donna was also so kind and nice. Everything was good and I will definitely visit again soon to take care of my teeth.
Franci Kembora
Franci Kembora
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I highly recommend Dr. David. I just recently had my wisdom teeth removal and everything about it was smooth. Dr David was helpful in answering any questions I had. He explained the whole impacted wisdom teeth surgery and made sure that I was comfortable throughout the whole process. During the surgery, he was very caring and always asked if I was feeling okay, making sure that any discomfort I had was minimal. After the extraction, he sat there with me and explained to me in great detail how to take care of my teeth for the next little while. The day after the surgery, Dr David even reached out to me to make sure the healing process was going smoothly, letting me know that if there are any issues to call him immediately. I can not recommend Atlas Dental enough for wisdom teeth removal. Everything was comfortable from beginning to end.
Hafsa Arshad
Hafsa Arshad
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I got all four of my wisdom teeth removed here, and the Dr David Nguy took very excellent care of me during the extraction! He was very quick and the way the impacted wisdom teeth removal process was done I was quite minimally swollen up the next day! All in all, I felt very well taken care of here, with Donna being very easy to get a hold of and Dr David Nguy even checked in on me 24 hrs after my wisdom teeth removal appointment. Thanks again
PBG Yash
PBG Yash
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Got 4 wisdom teeth extracted. Fast and affordable. Totally recommend this place for wisdom teeth removal. Dr. Nguy personally checked on me a day after wisdom teeth removal surgery which I was impressed by. Keep the good work and thank you! Cheers
Zian Wang
Zian Wang
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I got an emergency of swollen gum and had a timely appointment with Dr. Nguy. Finally decide to extract my wisdom tooth. Dr. Nguy is experienced, and the wisdom teeth removal process is smooth and painless. The appointment form mentioned "need to pay out-of-pocket", but the front desk will help submit the claim to your insurance immediately after you pay for wisdom tooth extraction. It was a nice and convenient experience!
Ruber Tigris
Ruber Tigris
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If I could give more than a 5 star review I would. The secretaries are very friendly and welcoming. Dr. Nguy is experienced as well as caring for his patients and needs. I got my impacted wisdom teeth out and he made sure I was comfortable and pain free from beginning to end of the wisdom teeth surgery. I highly recommend this dental office for impacted wisdom teeth removal and any other dental problems.
Jatika Sharma
Jatika Sharma
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Dr David Nguy is very professional and good at his job. He removed my wisdom tooth, the whole wisdom teeth extraction process was quick, professional and painless. The front desk staff (Donna) is also very nice and helpful.
Noah Frazier-Logue
Noah Frazier-Logue
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I'm not exaggerating when I say Atlas Dental is the best dental practice I've ever been to. So far I've had a cleaning done, a check-up, and wisdom teeth extraction at Atlas. The hygienist was friendly and did an excellent job with the cleaning. Dr. Nguy is very professional and reassuring and made having all 4 of my wisdom teeth yanked in one sitting as quick and painless as it could be. This will for sure be my go-to dental practice moving forward.
Kaleena Agboola
Kaleena Agboola
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I had an emergency root canal and a large cavity in my wisdom tooth. I called Dr. David and he got me booked in right away, he removed my aching wisdom tooth the same day! It was fast and painless. This guy is good at impacted wisdom tooth extraction!
tara zak
tara zak
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Dr. Nguy took out all four impacted wisdom teeth for me at one 20 minutes appointment. Everything was so easy and relaxing for me, opposite of what I thought tooth removal would be. I did not take even one pain killer after, and the bleeding stopped after 2 hours. Just amazing.
Priyanka Sampanthan
Priyanka Sampanthan
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I needed to get an emergency wisdom tooth extraction and came upon Atlas during my google search. Best decision. The dentist David Nguy was amazing. He walked me through each step of the wisdom tooth extraction and helped me calm my nerves. He did such a great job with my wisdom tooth, I was barely in any pain after the first 24 hrs. So glad I chose Atlas and will definitely go again.
Alec Chang
Alec Chang
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Had my wisdom tooth extraction in 25 minutes, very fast and without pain. I was surprised by just how fast the wisdom tooth extraction process was.
CHAEL LIM
CHAEL LIM
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I have been great experienced with Atlas dental. I already recommend to my friends since my first visit and they all have been satisfied a lot. Especially when it comes to impacted wisdom teeth removal, you will not feel any feeling or pain before and even after removing.
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Are you are having wisdom tooth pain?

Also known as third molars, wisdom teeth are the furthest back of the three molars. Some people are lucky and do not have wisdom teeth. For others, their wisdom teeth emerge from the gum line at the ages of 17 to 20. Due to the decreasing size of the jaw over many generations, wisdom teeth oftentimes do not have enough space in the back of the mouth to erupt in proper alignment with the rest of the teeth. You may need to remove your wisdom teeth if they do not grow fully upright in the jaw and start to cause impacted teeth problems, such as cavities infection, and pain. Furthermore, it can cause damage to adjacent teeth.

Wisdom tooth removal does not have to be a difficult and stressful process. At Atlas dental, we make Toronto wisdom teeth removal an easy and quick process.

If you are looking to remove a broken, decayed or infected wisdom tooth or have questions about other procedures such as dental implants, contact us at Atlas Dental for same-day emergency dental services including wisdom teeth extraction in Toronto. Read more about wisdom teeth removal cost below.

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How much does Wisdom Teeth Extraction cost?

A common question is how much does wisdom teeth removal cost? Many factors will affect the price. But generally, you can expect the price of dental surgeries to range between $169 to 556 per tooth.

The major factors that determine the cost of a wisdom teeth extraction include:

  • Where you live,
  • Difficulty of the dental surgeries,
  • Qualification of the dentist, and
  • Whether you have dental insurance.

Where you live cost factor

Each geographical region uses a different fee guide.

In Toronto, Ontario, most dentists will provide wisdom tooth extraction services consistent with the Ontario Dental Association’s Suggested Fee Guide. This Fee Guide is suggested, meaning that dentists can go above or below the suggested fee for wisdom teeth. However, dentists will generally follow the recommended fee for basic services (wisdom tooth removals included) to ensure fair and competitive treatment cost. At Atlas Dental, we are at fee guide for basic services, such as wisdom tooth extraction.

Difficulty of the dental surgeries

The more difficult the wisdom teeth removal procedure, the more costly it will be. 

The cost of surgical removal of a wisdom tooth largely depends on the level of difficulty of the wisdom teeth. A tooth removal can be simple, complicated, or impacted. Simple extraction requires simply applying a pair of forceps to remove the wisdom teeth. Complicated extraction would require raising a gum flap, cutting the wisdom teeth in pieces in order to remove it being careful to not to injure surrounding teeth, and stitching the gums back together with sutures. An Impacted extraction has the challenges of a complicated wisdom tooth removal, plus other anatomical challenges. For example, wisdom teeth are often jammed behind the second molar, and nerve and sinus space considerations may be nearby.

The prices quoted below are according to the Ontario Dental Association fee guide in 2021:

  • Uncomplicated removal of erupted teeth: $169
  • Complicated removal of erupted teeth: $260
  • Impacted wisdom teeth extraction requiring incision of overlying soft tissue and removal of the tooth: $258
  • Impacted wisdom teeth removal requiring incision of overlying soft tissue, elevation of a flap and/or removal of bone and tooth in one piece or multiple pieces: $387-556

Qualification of the dentist

Wisdom teeth surgery by an oral surgeon costs more.

If your wisdom teeth removal requires the attention of a specialist known as an oral surgeon, treatment may be more expensive. This is because dental specialists follow a special fee guide that reflects the difficulty of their work and additional training involved in achieving their specialty status. Speak with our dentist at Atlas Dental to determine if you might need an oral surgeon referral.

Whether you have dental insurance

You will not have to pay as much out of pocket if you have dental insurance.

Having dental insurance will help cover a portion of the cost, if not all of the cost, of your wisdom tooth removal. Dental surgery is a basic service and will almost always receive coverage. The amount of coverage will vary from plan to plan. Therefore, be sure to find out from your insurance carrier how much you are eligible for before going ahead with dental treatment.

Most dental offices are non-assignment. This means that payment is required at the time a dental service is rendered. If you have any dental insurance claims you would like to have made, our office will help you file your claim so you will receive your insurance benefit directly.

If you have any further questions about the cost of removing wisdom teeth in Toronto, please contact us.

WISDOM TEETH REMOVAL FAQ'S

Also known as third molars, the most posterior of the three molars are called wisdom teeth. Some people are lucky and do not have them. For others, wisdom teeth start to emerge from the gum at the ages of 17 to 20. Due to the decreasing size of the human jaw bone over many generations, wisdom teeth oftentimes do not have enough space in the back of the mouth to erupt in proper alignment with the rest of the teeth.

You may need to remove your wisdom teeth if they do not grow fully upright in the jaw and start to cause problems, such as caries, infection, and pain.

There are several benefits to removing wisdom teeth:

  • Preventing Damage to Adjacent Teeth: When there is not enough room to clean around the wisdom tooth, this can directly affect the oral health of your other teeth. Problems can include halitosis (bad breath), sinus pain, periodontal disease, bone loss, or tooth decay. These dental problems are totally avoidable if you choose to remove the wisdom tooth.
  • Avoiding Pathology such as cysts and tumors: An odontogenic cyst is a fluid-filled sac that develops in the jaw bone over a tooth that hasn’t erupted yet. The cysts, in most cases, affect the molars or canines, such as wisdom teeth, and are often the result of long-standing tooth infection. Ameloblastoma is a rare kind of tumor that starts in your jaw, often near your wisdom teeth or other teeth. It’s made from cells that form the enamel that protects your teeth. The tumor can cause pain or swelling and can change the look of your face.
  • Preventing Pericoronitis: Pericoronitis is a common gum infection when wisdom teeth do not have enough room to grow and trap food, debris and bacteria. This leads to infection, swelling, bleeding, discomfort, and destruction of the gum, bone and adjacent teeth.

If you are one of a lucky few whose wisdom teeth are grown fully upright, then you may never need to have your wisdom teeth removed.

But for most people that do not have enough room in their mouth for their wisdom teeth to grow straight, impacted wisdom tooth removal is important for your oral health. It may be best to remove wisdom teeth removed before they cause serious problems, such as gum infection, tooth decay, and pain.

The dentist removes wisdom teeth in one appointment. Before wisdom tooth extractions, you will have an opportunity to discuss the process with your dentist. The dentist reviews your medical history, your medication, as well as any sedation needs.

Before the local anesthesia (freezing) is given, the dentist will apply numbing jelly to the gum. This ensures that you are as comfortable as possible. The dentist will then administer local anesthesia and then wait for your mouth to be fully frozen before proceeding.

Your dentist may have to make incisions in the gum, bone, and teeth to remove the wisdom tooth. You may feel pushing pressure as the dentist removes the impacted teeth, but this is normal and not painful. Afterward, the incision is stitched back together with dissolvable sutures. These stitches usually fall apart after a few days. The dentist may also place gauze pads in your mouth to apply pressure to the tooth socket to encourage blood clot formation and promote healing.

After the we remove the impacted wisdom teeth, the dentist will review with you the post-operative instructions you must follow for effective home dental care and maximal healing. The entire procedure can take one to two hours. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email or call us.

Before your impacted wisdom teeth removal, it is important to follow our pre-operative oral surgery instructions to ensure that the procedure goes as smoothly as possible. Some things that you want to do include practicing good oral health around the impacted wisdom tooth, preparing some meals ahead of time, clearing out your schedule, and ensuring you wear the right comfortable clothing.

Keep your mouth clean and avoid rigorous rinsing on the day of the surgery. Your other teeth may feel a little sensitive. You can, however, brush your teeth the night before the surgery. From the second day of the surgery, you should rinse your mouth after every meal with warm salt water. Your dental team should provide you with oral surgery post-operative instructions. Follow these post-operative instructions for tooth removal.

You can get your wisdom teeth removed at Atlas Dental, our state-of-the-art wisdom teeth removal dental clinic which is at 123 Edward Street Suite 1107, Toronto, Ontario M5G1E2.

When it comes to wisdom tooth extraction in Toronto, our goal is for you to have a comfortable experience with minimal pain.

We will always administer numbing cream onto the gum tissue before giving you freezing. After the local anesthesia has taken effect, you should not feel any wisdom tooth pain. You may feel pushing pressure as the dentist removes the tooth, but this is normal and not painful.

Some people may experience slight pain and discomfort once the local anesthesia has worn off. This can often be addressed with over-the-counter medications like Tylenol or Advil. Our dentists may also prescribe pain meds after the wisdom tooth removal procedure as well.

In most cases, wisdom teeth removal recovery takes 2-4 days. It takes 4 to 6 weeks for the gum line tissue to completely recover. It takes 4 to 6 months for the bone to completely fill in. If you have any questions about recovery, speak to our dentist.

There are number of things you can do to manage wisdom tooth pain, such as taking pain medication, keeping the area as clean as possible, and avoiding use of that side of the mouth until you can see the dentist for tooth extraction. For more information, please visit Wisdom tooth pain: How to manage from home until you can see a dentist.

If you feel anxious or fearful of having your wisdom teeth removed, there are ways the dentist can help. Your dentist can provide you with sedation to help you feel more relaxed, either with nitrous oxide laughing gas or an orally ingested sedation pill. You have to come one hour earlier than the wisdom teeth removal procedure time to be given this medication.

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