Wisdom Teeth Removal… 

That’s what we do!
Experience Matters.
Wisdom teeth removed… and counting :)

Your Keller Dentist

Pain free tooth extractions

Bid farewell to anxiety with pain-free wisdom teeth removal at Today Dental of Keller. We specialize in catering to those with dental fears, providing a comfortable and stress-free experience.

Years of experience

Choose Today Dental of Keller as your wisdom teeth removal team with years of IV sedation expertise and wisdom teeth removal. Your comfort and well-being are our priority!

Removal the easy way

At Today Dental in Keller, we’ve made wisdom teeth removal painless and straightforward. Our process reduces post-operative pain and swelling, incorporating state-of-the-art technology and pharmaceutical medications for a comfortable outpatient experience.

Urgency matters – Get in today!

Relieving your tooth pain today is our top priority. We understand the urgency and the desire for a good night’s rest. Opt for our same-day appointments to experience instant relief.

Affordable wisdom teeth removal

Today Dental in Keller believes in making wisdom teeth affordable. Our simple, all-inclusive procedure plans have no hidden fees. Simple equals less cost, and we pass those savings on to you!

IV Sedation = Comfortable visit

Make tooth extraction comfortable, not intimidating. Experience it with our offerings, including IV sedation (recommended for wisdom teeth removal), oral conscious sedation or laughing gas sedation options.

Wisdom Teeth Removal Made Easy


Opening Hours

Monday8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Thursday8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Saturday8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Keller Office
Keller Office
Keller Office
Keller Office
Keller Office
Keller Office
Keller Office
Keller Office
Rhiannon H.

Love this place! Great doctor, we love Dr Kirk already. The office is absolutely beautiful and super clean. Those prices can not be beat like seriously even if your self pay. I can not recommend this Place enough!!

Icey W.

I have truly enjoyed my experience with Today Dental. The staff is amazing, Dr. Merkley was very nice and explained the procedure wonderfully! Savanah did a great job with assisting us as well! I definitely recommend this company.

Jerlene M.

Recently went back to visit today because I was having some problems with my gum. Everyone was so friendly and nice. very clean environment. I would recommend today’s Dental

KhrisTopher H.

This was my first visit and I absolutely loved the way they made me feel there. The ladies were great and personable. I felt like I was in good hands with the dentist as well.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does wisdom teeth extraction typically take?

The duration of wisdom teeth removal, often referred to as third molar extraction, can vary depending on several factors. A straightforward extraction of four wisdom teeth generally takes around 30 minutes. However, wisdom teeth that are impacted or positioned sideways may require a more complex and time-consuming procedure. During your initial consultation, your dentist at Today Dental will provide a more precise estimate based on your individual situation and the unique positioning of your wisdom teeth.

What are the costs associated with wisdom teeth removal?

The cost of wisdom teeth removal can vary due to several key factors. Impacted or horizontally positioned wisdom teeth often require specialized techniques and surgical expertise, leading to a higher cost. Additionally, the type of sedation used plays a role, with IV sedation typically costing more than local anesthesia. Finally, the location of the teeth within the jawbone matters. Fully impacted teeth are typically more complex to remove than partially erupted ones, impacting the overall cost.

At Today Dental, we prioritize transparency and clear communication. The average cost for four wisdom teeth extractions with IV sedation ranges from $1,400 to $2,400. To receive an accurate and transparent cost estimate with no hidden fees, schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced dentists.

What to expect during your initial wisdom teeth consultation:

During your first visit, we will conduct a thorough review of your medical history and engage in a detailed discussion about the wisdom teeth removal process. We utilize X-rays to assess the position and condition of your wisdom teeth, enabling us to create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs and anatomical considerations. This plan will outline the associated costs, timeline, and steps involved in the procedure. We encourage you to ask any questions you may have; we are committed to addressing any concerns you might have and ensuring you feel fully informed throughout the process.

What to expect after wisdom teeth removal:

Following wisdom teeth removal, it's normal to experience mild swelling and discomfort for 5-7 days. In most cases, you'll be prescribed medication to manage any discomfort. Applying an ice pack to your face can help reduce swelling, and initial bleeding can be controlled with gauze pads. At Today Dental, we often administer medications through your IV during the procedure to address post-operative swelling and pain. Additionally, we'll provide detailed post-operative instructions covering dietary modifications, proper oral hygiene practices, and follow-up appointments to monitor your healing and address any concerns. Remember to start with soft foods and liquids initially, gradually transitioning back to your regular diet as healing progresses.

Should I consider wisdom teeth removal?

The decision to remove wisdom teeth is influenced by several factors and is usually made after a comprehensive examination by your dentist at Today Dental. Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, may need to be extracted if they cause problems like:

  • Impaction: Stuck in the jawbone and unable to erupt properly, potentially causing issues with other teeth.
  • Crowding: Causing other teeth to shift or become misaligned, impacting oral health and aesthetics.
  • Pain or discomfort: Leading to discomfort or pressure in the jaw, affecting daily life.
  • Infection: Becoming infected due to difficulty cleaning them properly, potentially causing complications.
  • Damage to nearby teeth: Damaging or harming surrounding teeth, requiring additional dental interventions.

Even if your wisdom teeth aren't causing immediate problems, we may recommend removal to prevent potential future complications, which are quite common.

We encourage you to schedule an appointment with our experienced dentist to discuss your specific situation and determine the best course of action for your wisdom teeth journey. They can address any concerns you may have and provide personalized guidance throughout the process.