Periodontal Surgery Exposed – 4 Unnecessary Procedures
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While some people think that “the more you know, the less you need to say” (Jim Rohn)...
This is certainly not the case when it comes to your oral health
The MORE you know about the state of your oral health, the MORE you need to speak up and tell your dentist about any issues or concerns you have.
Because the dismal reality is that if you don’t say anything, these problems WILL progress and potentially develop into diseases. Furthermore, you may need to have periodontal surgery.
Here’s what YOU need to know!
What Is Periodontal Surgery?
To get started, let’s first take a look at the definition of periodontal:
PERIODONTAL: Relating to or affecting the structures surrounding and supporting the teeth
Therefore, periodontal surgery refers to any surgery that focuses on the structures surrounding the teeth, such as your gums or bones.
Types of Periodontal Surgery
If you have developed gum disease, receding gum lines, or other issues with your gums, your periodontist may recommend periodontal surgery to treat and fix these issues.
There are a variety of procedures available depending on what your treatment plan requires:
Soft Tissue Graft
Periodontal Surgery Cost
Depending on the severity of your disease and the type of procedure required, the cost of gum surgery varies GREATLY.
With prices between $500 to $10,000 and more, many insurance companies will cover at least part of the gum surgery cost. While these prices may seem shocking, delaying treatment can lead to more expensive and complex procedures in the future.
The main factors that affect costs are:
- The location of your dentist.
- The technology used in your procedure.
- The type of treatment required.
- The type of dental insurance you have.
With these factors in mind, here are the approximate costs for gum surgery:
Gingival flap surgery
Typically costs between $1000 and $3000 without insurance
About $200 to $400 per tooth
Around $600 to $1,200 per procedure
If your full mouth needs periodontal treatment and will require a variety of treatments, the total cost can average $4,000 to $6,000. However, if the damage is extensive it can cost you anywhere from $8,000 to $10,000.
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