4910 East Greenway Suite 2
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Wisdom Teeth Special

$1,895 Limited Time Only Wisdom Teeth Removal Special

If you are experiencing dental problems, you could benefit from wisdom teeth removal services. As a periodontist, Dr. Mellas specializes in extractions, including wisdom teeth removal, and performs these types of surgeries every day. His extensive training and experience ensures a speedy and comfortable recovery for your dental extractions. Our friendly staff will go over wisdom teeth aftercare instructions to ensure you do not develop post-operative issues.
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Wisdom Teeth Special Details
If you need your wisdom teeth removed, don’t trust your smile and oral health to just any dental clinic. Dr. Mellas is a Board Certified Diplomate by The American Board of Periodontology and Dental Implant Surgery, and was named Top Periodontist in Phoenix Magazine for 2017, 2014 and 2010. His approach is conservative, utilizing the most current technology in an ultra-clean and modern office with patient comfort being paramount to his patients dental experience. His advanced training ensures less pain and faster recovery time. If you’re feeling any discomfort, contact Dr. Mellas today. Your smile and oral health are too important.
This current special on Wisdom Teeth Extraction includes:
Extraction of all 4 wisdom teeth and IV sedation.
Offer valid only for self-pay patients, NO INSURANCE.
Initial consult required prior to surgery. Patient will not be sedated at the initial consult.
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Why Choose Dr. Mellas

Dr. Mellas specializes in extractions, including wisdom teeth removal, and perform these types of surgeries every day.
Expertise and Training: Periodontists are experts at diagnosing and treating diseases of the gum, bone and other tissues surrounding your teeth – helping ensure your overall oral health.
Experience: Dr. Mellas has placed thousands of implants and has been delivering exquisite results for over 25 years. Dr. Mellas has completed advanced training in the latest dental implant surgical techniques.
State-of-the-Art Surgical Center: Our practice is designed to deliver exceptional patient care using the most advanced technology available.

We have 21st century technology now that can give you back your smile and ability to eat the foods you love – just like your natural teeth.

About AZ PHP

The most qualified to meet all your advanced dental and comfort needs all in one place.
We cater to you in a spa-like environment
We feature the most advanced technology
We offer more experience than any other practice in the area
You can expect highly personalized service from Dr. Mellas and each member of our team.
4910 East Greenway Suite 2
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
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What are wisdom teeth?
A wisdom tooth, also known as a third molar, is the last tooth to erupt in your mouth. A wisdom tooth growing in its space generally occurs between the ages of 15 and 25. Most individuals are born with 4 wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth often become impacted due to limited space. An impacted wisdom tooth or impacted wisdom teeth occurs when there is a lack of space in your jaw and its growth and eruption are prevented by overlying gum, bone or another tooth. Wisdom teeth symptoms include pain, swelling, infection, and deep periodontal pockets. Wisdom teeth pain can be severe and may be an indication of a dental emergency requiring immediate removal of the teeth.
Is wisdom teeth removal necessary?
There’s a slight chance that wisdom teeth will grow into a proper position; however, over 85% of people will have impacted wisdom teeth, meaning there isn’t enough room for the wisdom tooth or teeth to grow. Impacted wisdom teeth cause irritation or infection of the gums, or crowding and decay of other teeth, ultimately leading to wisdom teeth pain. Even if they erupt into the proper position, they are usually very difficult to clean. It can be recommended to have them removed in order to improve the overall health of the mouth and to prevent future issues.
How will I know if my wisdom teeth need to be removed?
Some patients will experience discomfort from pressure, infection, inflammation or irritated and deep periodontal pockets when their wisdom teeth emerge. The only way to know for sure if your wisdom teeth need to be removed is to have a periodontist evaluate them by taking a Panoramic X-ray or 3D CT scan. Despite the considerable concern regarding impacted wisdom teeth, several recent studies found that third molars which have broken through the tissue and erupted into the mouth, in a normal, upright position, may be just as prone to disease as those third molars that remain impacted. Not all problems related to wisdom teeth are painful or visible. Damage can occur without you being aware of it. No one can predict when wisdom teeth complications will happen, but when they do, wisdom teeth pain can be more severe and difficult to treat, thus complicating surgery. This is why a comprehensive consultation with one of our surgeons who specializes in wisdom teeth extraction and tooth removal is essential.
At what age should wisdom teeth removal be performed?
It is common for wisdom teeth extraction to be performed in the late teens to early twenties. The best time to have wisdom teeth removed is when the roots are ½ to ⅔ developed, and the only way to know this is with an X-ray examination. Wisdom teeth can cause problems at any age after the teenage years. However, the risk of complications or a dental emergency with teeth extraction goes up the older you get. It is recommended to have a comprehensive consultation and treatment plan put together, which includes wisdom teeth removal cost and a Panoramic X-ray or 3D CT Scan.
How are wisdom teeth removed?
Wisdom tooth removal is now more comfortable than ever. Using IV sedation and local anesthetics, our surgeons can make your dental extraction experience more pleasant than ever. After the gums are numbed, your surgeon meticulously opens the gums up so they can be gently pushed aside. The wisdom tooth is then exposed and extracted. Most often the tooth is dislodged in one whole piece. Occasionally the tooth is removed in two pieces to limit risk to the underlying nerve, or because smaller pieces are easier to remove, making for a smoother tooth removal.
Is wisdom tooth extraction painful?
The wisdom teeth surgery procedure itself is mostly painless. With IV sedation you’ll be relaxed, comfortable, and unaware of the passing time. In addition to sedation, local anesthetics numb the mouth to anything that could be painful. Most people experience some soreness during the healing period following surgery. At AZ PHP, Dr. Mellas utilizes recent advances in medicine and state-of-the-art technology to allow patients to undergo their surgery in a manner that promotes rapid healing and minimal post-operative discomfort.


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