How Much Does a Molar Extraction Cost?

A molar extraction is much easier to understand if the words are first defined.  Adult humans have 12 molars which are located in the back of the mouth in groups of three, and a dental extraction is the removal of a tooth from the mouth.  Put the two together, and a molar extraction is the removal of one of the 12 teeth in the back of the mouth.  There are many different reasons that a molar needs to be removed.  An erupted molar or even one that has decayed over time may call for a tooth extraction.  This process can be done in a few different ways.  Some extractions will require no surgery at all, while other patients may have to go under a local anesthesia.  The most common type of molar extraction is having the wisdom teeth removed, but this is not the only time the molars may need to be removed.  The cost to have a procedure such as this done will depend on the condition of the tooth, your geographical location and other factors.


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