St. George Wisdom Teeth Removal and Extraction

If you are looking to have your wisdom teeth removed, at a reasonable price, visit All Out Wisdom Teeth.

Get all 4 Wisdom Teeth removed, including Exam, X-Rays, IV Sedation, and the ALL OUT EXPERIENCE  for $1299 or INSURANCE COPAY AS LOW as $100.

N

No dry socket guarantee

N

PRF for Faster Recovery

N

Exceptional Doctor and Staff

N

In House Anesthesia Specialist

N

Reasonable Price

N

All Out Wisdom Teeth Experience

What you can expect!

A No Dry Socket Money Back Guarantee

We want you to have a fast recovery so we offer a money-back Guarantee. If you get a dry socket, we will refund your money.

Our Pricing is Clear and Understandable

$1299 is our price. Unlike most places, you will know exactly what you will be paying to have your Wisdom teeth removed 

A Professional Doctor There To Help Anytime

Our Doctors understand you may be nervous. Don’t be. We try to get it done as gently and quickly as possible.

Experience and Staff Like No Other.

We want your experience to be exceptional. The moment you walk in the door are Doctor and staff will be waiting to serve you.  

The Office and Staff

“Amazing and Super Awesome Team”

So Happy we chose All out wisdom teeth.. my son had his teeth out today and is doing so good🤗

Dr. Emmett and his amazing and super awesome team we’re wonderful and love love Daisy at the front desk❤️ Thank you so much y’all;))

Marcee

“Explained the process”

Overall great experience from beginning to end. The staff at All Out Wisdom are awesome.

Dr. Emmett took time to explain the process and answer questions, the office manager took time to work out a payment plan that works for me, the medical assistant explained the recovery care plan in detail and they even provided a gift bag with applesauce, mashed potatoes, and soup!

Monica

Meet Dr Jason S Emett, DMD

Dr. Jason S Emett is a General Dentist practicing in the removal of wisdom teeth.

Dr. Emett grew up in Utah and attended Dixie State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology.

He completed dental school at UNLV School of Dental Medicine in Las Vegas and has advanced training in the field of wisdom teeth extractions.

Dr. Jason Emett

Why All Out Wisdom Teeth?

Why do I need my wisdom teeth out?
Wisdom teeth in the majority of people cause a problem because there’s not enough room in the mouth for them to come in. So removing them early on in life is important. Best to get them out before 25. Taking them out as you’re older is more difficult; the bone is harder, you may have other health problems as you get older, and the roots are longer.
What are impacted wisdom teeth?

Impacted wisdom teeth are wisdom teeth that get stuck, or blocked, from erupting by the tooth in front of it or simply being misaligned in the jaw and unable to erupt. This misaligned or impacted wisdom tooth can put pressure on the adjacent tooth, which can result in permanent damage to these otherwise healthy teeth and surrounding bone.

Oral Surgeon vs All Out Wisdom Teeth
Our dentists have advanced training in the removal of wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are all we do. By streamlining our processes we are able to pass the savings onto the patient. We do often refer patients to a local oral surgeon depending on many factors including case and medical complexity.
What is a dry socket?
A dry socket (local alveolar osteitis) occurs when the clot is lost from the hole left in the jaw after a wisdom tooth is extracted. It generally results in a dull, uncomfortable ache. It is easily treated in the office where you had your wisdom teeth removed.
Why are wisdom teeth more difficult to extract?

Depending on a variety of factors, wisdom tooth extraction can be more difficult than other teeth, but for the most part, a wisdom tooth extraction is a fairly routine process performed by a General Dentist. If the Dentist notices a situation that presents a more complicated extraction, they will discuss it with you beforehand, but it usually isn’t a major cause for concern.

What is the recovery period for wisdom teeth extractions?
The main part of the recovery period is around a 3-5 day course. By days 5-7 day, you should feel back to normal again. We like to tell our patients that they can expect up to 2 weeks to fully recover after having their wisdom teeth removed. During this two-week period, you should expect to have swollen cheeks & gums, and there may be discomfort that gradually lessens as your continue to recover and follow the care advice of your doctor.

Go All Out in 3 Easy Steps

Schedule Your Appointment

Let’s get in as soon as possible

 

To schedule your appointment, call our office or book online.

(435) 414-3111

Come to our office

We’re here to serve you

 

1490 E. Foremaster Dr. Suite 320

Saint George UT 84790

Click here for directions

Leave Your Wisdom Teeth Behind

Thats what you came for

 

You are done. Go home, get some rest, and recover. If you have any questions, reach out to our office.