We’re pretty much the cheapest and best place to get wisdom teeth removed. We’re currently ranked #1 on Google for wisdom teeth removal, above all oral surgeons in the Austin area.

If you’re having wisdom teeth problems and want them removed soon, please book an online appointment by clicking on the icon below. You can also call our office at 512-351-9313 to make an appointment. We tend to be busy, so an online appointment is preferred.

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Need your wisdom teeth removed? Many patients have save thousands, compared to the oral surgeon.

We can perform virtually 100% of cases that come in, including impacted wisdom teeth.

We also offer oral sedation if you want to be relaxed during the procedure.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction Prices

Surgeries are patient-specific. Most patients pay about  1/3-1/2 the price of the oral surgeon.

Many patients come to us after they’ve seen the bill from another clinic. If you’ve been to another clinic, bring your treatment plan to us. We’ll do our best to beat their prices, but we’re probably already cheaper.

What problems can wisdom teeth cause?

  • Wisdom teeth on the top can cause localized pain if they get cavities on them.
  • Wisdom teeth on the top can press against the gums on the jaw, causing pain in the back region of the mouth.
  • Wisdom teeth on the bottom tend to cause gum infections. Food tends to get trapped in the gum pockets and can’t be cleaned. This leads to bad breath and foul taste in your mouth.
  • When lower wisdom teeth cause more severe gum disease (a condition called “periodontitis“), a person may experience pain in other areas of the face. They may experience difficulty opening the jaw (a condition called “trismus“) If the infection is more severe, there may be pain radiating the side of her face – from the bottom of the jaw to the top side of her face. The wisdom teeth MUST come out immediately once this happens.

If you need your wisdom teeth removed, we are able to help. We are able to remove the vast majority of wisdom teeth we see without having to refer to the oral surgeon. This saves you time and money. And of course, sedation is available should you feel like you need it.