Dr. Todd is a fellow of the American College of Dentists and the American Dental Society of Anesthesia, and has served as an examiner for the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He has authored 18 articles in various publications and made numerous presentations at state, regional and national meetings.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need a consultation and how much does it cost?
A consultation is necessary to determine the right course of treatment. Dr. Todd will review your medical history, perform a clinical exam, review your x-rays with you and explain your diagnosis and treatment, as well as anesthetic options.
Surgery can occasionally be performed the same day as the consultation. However, a complex medical history or multi-staged treatment plans will require an evaluation and a second appointment to provide treatment on another day.
The current fee for a consultation is ____. If need be, we will also take a panoramic x-ray at no additional charge to you. A consultation/exam is required for medical/legal reasons prior to performing surgery on a patient and allows Dr. Todd to provide the best care possible for his patients.
How do you take my insurance?
You CAN use your insurance for any covered procedure at Dr. Todd Oral Surgery. Our staff works directly with all insurance providers to submit the necessary information to process your claim for you. You provide your insurance information to us at your first visit and our staff will submit all claims on your behalf.
Why did my dentist send me to you?
It’s a matter of trust…you trust your dentist and your dentist trusts Dr. Todd Oral Surgery. Your dentist has referred you to our practice because of the confidence that you will receive the best quality care available. We are committed to providing our patients with experienced and compassionate care.
What will wisdom teeth extractions cost?
The cost of wisdom teeth extractions varies from patient to patient. The fee depends on the type of extraction (i.e. surgical vs. soft tissue impaction vs. partial bone impaction vs. full bone impaction) as well as what type of anesthesia you choose (i.e. nitrous oxide vs. IV Sedation). The best way to provide you with an accurate fee estimate is to have you meet with Dr. Todd for an exam. At that visit we will provide you with a written treatment plan.