Painless Oral Surgeries
and Wisdom Teeth Removal

Dental Extractions Made Easy

Exceptional Dental Treatment in Mexico

At Dentist in Mexico, you can undergo painless surgeries and extractions of wisdom teeth with minimal risks.

We perform various types of oral surgeries and dental extractions, which is why we offer conscious sedation and hospitalization with general anesthesia.

With these options, we can make your dental treatment more comfortable.

  • Our main priority is to establish a trusting
    relationship with our patients to ensure exceptional care.

Since it is a dental piece, which usually has an uneven shape, if it takes longer than usual to appear, it is probably a sign of an invisible issue or complication.

When this happens, it is advisable to take additional studies, such as x-rays or a tomography, to confirm its correct position and condition.

  • In many cases, an early diagnosis can prevent the appearance of abscesses, infections, cysts, or even tumors, which sometimes come with a lot of pain and discomfort.

The expert hands of an oral surgeon (specialist in wisdom teeth extraction)
can make having your wisdom teeth removed a comfortable, safe, and fast experience.

Wisdom teeth extractions affordable costs

Simple Extraction

$80 USD
  • Dental Consultation
  • Dental Local anesthesia
  • Specialist´s working time
  •  

Complicated Extraction

$140 USD
  • Dental Consultation
  • Dental Local anesthesia
  • Specialist´s working time
  • X-ray used in treatment
  •  

Surgical Extraction

$315 USD
  • Dental Consultation
  • Dental Local anesthesia
  • Specialist´s working time
  • X-ray used in treatment​
  • Ice for recovery
  •  

Panoramic X-Ray

$41 USD

Tomography Scan

$80 USD (Half Arch)
$160 USD (Full Arch)

Dentoalveolar X-ray (single tooth)

$17 USD

Panoramic X-Ray

Tomography Scan

Dentoalveolar X-ray (single tooth)

$41 USD

$80 USD (Half Arch)
$160 USD (Full Arch)

$17 USD

POSSIBLE ADDITIONAL TREATMENTS

MEDICATION - TREATMENTS - RESTORATION

Each case is particular, so it may vary and additional or auxiliary dental treatments

may be necessary for diagnosis.

Conscious Sedation


  • $130 USD (2 hours or less)
    $197 USD (2 hours or more)
  • Oxygen.
  • Nitrous oxide.
  • New Nasal Mask.
  • Vital Signs Monitoring Equipment.
  • Specialist Work and Time.
  •  

Hospitalization for general anesthesia

$970 USD

  • $970 USD
  • Operating room.
  • Oral Surgeon and Anesthesiologist Work and Time.
  • Medication and hospital supplies.
  • Recovery Room.
  •  

Cases in which wisdom tooth
extraction is necessary:

Wisdom Teeth Complications

Impacted or misaligned wisdom teeth might lead to painful complications such as infections and inflammation in the area between the gums and jawbone.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction
for Braces

In most cases, the extraction of wisdom teeth is necessary for orthodontic treatments like braces.

Damaged teeth.

If the tooth cannot be restored due to extensive decay or advanced periodontal disease.

Cysts or tumors.

A retained third molar is a tissue that can cause cysts or tumors in the maxillar or mandible.

Dr Víctor Martínez Oral Surgery

With hundreds of successful dental surgeries, our oral surgery specialists can solve your
problem with maximum comfort, efficiency, and safety. We recommend watching the video
below to better understand the different situations in which a third molar should be extracted.

Eleven years of practice

Dedicated exclusively to the extraction of third molars (wisdom teeth) and other complicated extractions​

Eleven years of practice

Dedicated exclusively to the extraction of third molars (wisdom teeth) and other complicated extractions​

Prior Examinations

Image studies are essential to carry out a complete diagnosis; depending on the type of dental procedure and complexity of the case, this will be the radiological study that the specialist will request.

Periapical X-ray

Panoramic X-ray

Full Arch Tomography

Half Arch Tomography

Sedation and anesthesia

The most common way to apply it is usually local anesthesia,

Which means that the entire mouth or a part of it is numbed during the dental extraction procedure. It is highly recommended that this is accompanied by conscious sedation.

However, on more than one occasion, we encounter patients who can only be treated under general anesthesia due to their high anxiety and fear of the dentist. This phobia negatively affects dental health since, out of fear, the patients avoid regular check-ups, which may result in complex extractions or surgeries.

General anesthesia and conscious sedation are alternatives that can help you undergo dental treatments comfortably and safely.

However, in most cases, it is not necessary to resort to them. The following will explain these two alternatives:

The use of anesthesia in dental treatments is essential to carry out techniques with greater effectiveness and without any pain.

 The most common way to apply it is usually local anesthesia, which means that the entire mouth or a part of it is numbed during the dental extraction procedure. It is highly recommended that this is accompanied by conscious sedation.

However, on more than one occasion, we encounter patients who can only be treated under general anesthesia due to their high anxiety and fear of the dentist. This phobia negatively affects dental health since, out of fear, the patients avoid regular check-ups, which may result in complex extractions or surgeries.

General anesthesia and conscious sedation are alternatives that can help you undergo dental treatments comfortably and safely.

However, in most cases, it is not necessary to resort to them. The following will explain these two alternatives:

Anesthesia options

Conscious Sedation (inhalation)

This technique allows patient relaxation through inhalation of laughing gas. In addition, the patient will remain conscious for the duration of the treatment, and regarding recovery from sedation, it will only take a few minutes and they will return to a completely normal state. Thanks to this technique, the sensation on the dental chair will be positive—of well-being and tranquility.

Conscious sedation (inhalation) combined with local anesthesia can help a lot of patients with the completion of all kinds of dental treatments, but there are those who benefit more from being sedated, such as patients with dental phobia, anxiety, or high levels of stress, as well as those who need to undergo a very long and complex procedure.

Advantages

  • You will be fully conscious at all times.
  • Anxiety decrease.
  • More safety during dental procedures.
  • Performing dental treatments effortlessness.
  • Better recovery.
  • Immediate removal of medication.

General Anesthesia

To carry out this technique, it is necessary for you to undergo laboratory studies few days before entering the operating room. This alternative involves the usage of drugs intravenously, which causes a temporary loss of consciousness. As a result, the patient is induced into a deep sleep during the treatment. This type of anesthesia is used in complex surgical interventions, such as oral surgeries, to prevent pain and anxiety.

The technique, medication, and procedures that will be performed on the patient are strictly supervised by the anesthesiologist and the oral surgeon.That is why the procedure takes place in the hospital. With this technique, the recovery from general anesthesia tends to be slower in order to fully return to a normal state of consciousness. Therefore, the patient must remain in the recovery room for a few minutes.

Advantages

  • A complete state of relaxation.
  • You will not feel pain.
  • Ease in performing very long and complex treatments.
  • Improved recovery.

Conscious Sedation

$130 USD (2 hours or less)

$197 USD (2 hours or more)

  • Oxygen.
  • Nitrous oxide.
  • New Nasal Mask.
  • Vital Signs Monitoring Equipment.
  • Specialist Work and Time.

Hospitalization for general anesthesia

$970 USD

  • Operating room.
  • Oral Surgeon and Anesthesiologist Work and Time.
  • Medication and hospital supplies.
  • Recovery Room.

Care and indications

AVOID

  • Sun or sunshine exposure (beach days, field trips, places where the temperature is higher than 22o).
  • Fatty, spicy, or irritating foods.
  • You should avoid rinsing your mouth vigorously or touching the treated area (especially with your tongue) after the dental procedure.
  • Reduce your activities on the main day of the dental procedure.
  • Slight bleeding or redness in the saliva is to be expected as the wound is completely closed. Therefore, intense to moderate exercise should be avoided.
  • Household chores (sweeping, dusting, washing).
  • Cooking (boiling, baking, frying, grilling, etc.).
  • The swelling that is normally expected is usually proportional to the procedure performed. Swelling around the mouth, cheeks, eyes, and sides of the face is not uncommon. This is the body’s normal reaction to the procedure. The swelling will not become apparent until the next day and will peak until two to three days after the procedure. However, the swelling can be drastically reduced by immediate and prolonged use of ice packs on the face and inside the mouth.

You must attempt:

  • Taking your prescribed medications immediately after your procedure.
  • Placing ice packs on the sides of the face where the surgery was performed.
  • Sucking on ice or eating lemon ice cream or any other flavor (not milk-based ice cream).
  • Sleeping semi-seated for the first two nights.
  • Keeping a very good hygiene (brushing in all areas of the mouth and using interdental floss).

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

In the vast majority of cases, it is possible to remove all wisdom teeth in a single dental appointment, as long as you feel comfortable during the extraction procedure and without discomfort, otherwise it will be preferable to perform it in two appointments.

Between two and three days, however, the time will depend on the specialist’s criteria, whether the procedure was simple or complex is crucial in determining the recovery time. In general, you can have activities such as office work that do not involve great physical effort, speak in moderation and do not expose yourself to the sun or sunshine as on a day at the beach.

It all depends on the type of treatment to be performed and how many teeth are going to be extracted. From a simple extraction, the consultation could last from 10 to 20 minutes or even less, a complex extraction takes from 30 to 40 minutes and a surgical extraction from 30 minutes to 1:30 hrs.

  • Mechanical problems. As the force of a tooth to erupt lasts until the root is fully formed, these molars can push and misalign existing teeth. They can also lead to entrapment of the second molars in front of them.
  • Neuromuscular problems. The pressure exerted on the second molars can cause severe pain and imbalance to the chewing forces, causing malfunction and pain in the temporomandibular joint (jaw joint). Some patients report headaches that may be due to pressure exerted by the molars when unsuccessfully trying to erupt.
  • Cystic and tumor problems. When the molars become trapped, cysts are likely to form around them, causing the destruction of the bone around the molar. Occasionally, odontogenic tumors (tumors of dental origin) such as ameloblastoma, an extremely aggressive tumor that can reach considerable dimensions, could grow inside these cysts.

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are usually the last teeth to appear or erupt in our adulthood. However, for a variety of reasons, not all of us have wisdom teeth. Today, some people have smaller jaws, and many of us don’t have room for these late-erupting teeth.

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