Category Archives: Free Dental Insurance

Our Free Dental Insurance category will have discussions about finding free dental care in Washington.

Wisdom teeth removal cost?

Wisdom teeth removal can range in price from $130 to $450 per tooth. This cost range does not include fees associated with sedation, X-rays, possible oral surgery necessities, or the proximity of the wisdom tooth to surrounding teeth and nerves. Extraction costs for impacted wisdom teeth are significantly higher than for erupted wisdom teeth. Any kind of Dental work is usually awfully expensive. Washington State has several different kind of free programs that provide free dental care.

Smoking and your teeth.

Most of us know that smoking is bad for our health, but did you know that smoking is also a major contributor to many dental problems? Like, oral cancer of the mouth, pharynx, larynx and esophagus. Smoking causes 75 % of all oral cancer.  The type of tobacco product used will dictate where the oral cancer will be located. Cigarettes aren’t the only products only to blame. All forms of tobacco, including cigars, smokeless tobacco and hookah water pipes, pose dental health concerns.Also Tobacco use reduces the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to gingival tissue. Visit your local Washington State Dentistry for your dental care.

Free Dental insurance

Have no dental insurance and my wisdom tooth that’s infected and severely hurting me. After doing some research I found out that most states have free dental programs for people like me. The University of Washington School of Dentistry runs clinics that offer services in every area of dentistry and oral health. The work is done by students, residents and faculty, and the cost is generally lower than what it would be at a private practice. Some community clinics offer low-cost or free dental care to people with low incomes. Although the Washington State Department of Health does not provide direct oral health services, their website does have numerous links to local dental services. University of Washington School of Dentistry worked on my teeth for free, didn’t need dental insurance.