Program Benefits

Instituting the Abilene Wisdom Teeth program into your practice has many benefits for your patients and your office.  Some of those benefits include:

  • Patients love to not have to leave your office for the dentistry.

  • Early 3rd molar removal minimizes serious future iatrogenic injury.
  • Keeping these services in-house greatly increases the office profit margin.
  • Incorporating these services into your marketing plan will bring more new patients.

  • The increased production will raise the overall value of your practice.
  • If you are not removing third molars early, your patients will likely have problems later.

  • Even if they erupt normally (very rare), third molars are difficult to clean leading to disease and pain.

  • Retained third molars can develop cysts, tumors, and other pathology.

  • Pericorinitis can be extremely painful.

  • Removal of third molars without sedation is very uncomfortable.

  • Insurance often covers these procedures.

  • The program requires minimal extra work (mostly staff-related).
  • I will bring my own monitors, instruments, and equipment.

  • My liability insurance will cover me at your office.

  • I am ACLS certified.

  • I will review each patient pano/health hx for case selection at no charge.  Very few cases will need to be referred.

  • I love removing third molars and I am proficient at it.

Program Manual

I was referred to Dr. Johnson to have my wisdom teeth extracted about 4 years ago. I was very nervous about the procedure due to my fear of needles and anything dental related. The thought of being sedated was a little overwhelming for me. On the day of surgery the scariest part for me was starting the IV and I really didn’t even feel it. I do not remember anything during surgery and am pleased to say after following his very detailed instructions for at home care I had very little pain or discomfort. During this whole experience, I discovered how interesting dentistry was. As soon as I got home I researched how to become a dental assistant and long story short, I got the amazing opportunity to start working for him less than a year later. I have had the privilege to have him as my personal dentist and teacher. I had the chance to work for him for about 2 years before having to move for my husbands job. I never would have thought that going to the dentist would end in a career choice. I can honestly say he is a great Doctor and I would definitely recommend him to anyone.

- Linda