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Re: Cost of cavitation surgery? from sea0tter2
 
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Re: Cost of cavitation surgery? from sea0tter2


Okay, just wanted to update you with some new information I just recently came across regarding this surgery. I was able to locate a dentist in central US who does the cavitation surgery for $300 per tooth site, which is $1,200 less per tooth than the quote I got in January from another place. My husband and I will finally be able to afford to get our C's caused by improper wisdom tooth removal, taken care of! Yes, we will have to travel but even with the cost of plane tickets, rental car and hotel, we are still paying less than 1/3 the cost of what we had initially been told it would be.

The only difference is that this dentist does not use conscious sedation, just numbs the site with an injection and there is no intravenous vitamin C given during the procedure. That's okay with me though. I actually was fully conscious during my W tooth removal so it can't be that much different going back into that same tooth site again.

If anyone is interested in attaining info about this dentist I would be happy to send you a private email message with that person's contact info so as to protect that person from those who do not believe cavitations exist and want to punish those who treat them. Please send a message to my inbox (tip right hand corner of this page) on this site.
 

 
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