Patient Information

You can pay for your office visits and any treatments by cash, check, credit or debit card at the time of treatment. We also accept most major dental insurances including Delta, Metlife, Cigna, Aetna, United Concordia and Medicaid. To discuss your payment options or insurance coverage, please call 303.344.2705.



For your convenience, we are pleased to accept patient financing through CareCredit.

Patient Forms:

We are pleased to offer our New Patient forms online. Simply click on the link below to download the forms, and print them out. Please complete at your leisure to ensure complete and accurate information. You may return them by mail, or by fax, or bring them completed to your first appointment.

New Patient Packet
Pre-Surgery Instructions
Post Surgery Care Instructions


Spanish Forms
Financial Policy
Health History
Patient Information
Welcome Letter


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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: When is the best time for one to get their wisdom teeth removed?

A: Generally, it is best for teenagers to have them removed before they graduate from high school. As soon as they graduate, they often either move away for college or get a job and then it’s more complicated to find available time. Also, when you’re taking pain relievers after the surgery, it’s a lot harder to concentrate on homework or a term paper. A lot of kids will come in during school breaks because it allows them the time they need to just relax and recover.

Q: Why do wisdom teeth need to be removed?

A: The biggest reason would be for preventative purposes. Removal is helpful in preventing future infection that can occur if the teeth don’t come to the surface or grow into surrounding teeth. The secondary reason is to remove the wisdom teeth before orthodontic treatment to ensure there is enough room in the patient’s mouth for a straight and attractive smile.

Q: Why should you go to a specialist to have your wisdom teeth removed?

A: Probably the biggest reason is that a specialist is wholly focused on this kind of procedure. This is all I do and I have spent years training in oral surgery specifically. Additionally, a specialist is certified to administer general anesthesia and IV sedation. Oral Surgeons have a license to provide anesthesia.  Therefore, patients are in a lot more comfort during advanced surgeries like this.

Q: At what age do most people get their wisdom teeth removed?

A: There’s a pretty good range depending on their unique situation. It can start as early as 13 or 14 if the teeth need to be removed for orthodontic reasons. I would say the general range is between 16 and 17. And then of course if infection occurs, we will want to act as soon as we can.

Q: How long does the wisdom teeth removal procedure typically take?

A: On the day of surgery, most patients are in the office for an hour and a half to two hours. As for the actual removal itself, it takes from 45 minutes to an hour to remove impacted teeth.

Q: What other activities/procedures take place in that timeframe?

A: The extra time is used for putting the patient to sleep, allowing them to wake up in the recovery room and talking to them about how to care for the surgical site in the next few weeks. Again, it is beneficial to consult a specialist for these surgeries as they can administer general sedation, leading to a much more relaxing and comfortable experience overall.

Q: What is the recovery process like following the wisdom teeth removal procedure?

A: If the wisdom teeth are not deeply impacted, recovery could be as little as one or two days. The average patient may take three or four days. A difficult surgery could take closer to five or seven days.

Q: During that time, is there anything specific that you recommend to those patients to help them stay comfortable and healthy?

A: The normal post-surgical instructions would be to use ice packs to reduce swelling, eat a soft diet and do salt water rinses to keep the area clean. Also, get some rest and relaxation. We usually have patients watching lots of movies to take their focus off the surgery.



  • Dr. White is an outstanding oral surgeon. He is very caring and is clinically excellent. He offers outstanding care in almost every capacity that you would expect from an oral surgeon, and he is accomplished in almost every area of maxillofacial surgery, implants and anesthesia."—David Hedrick, DDS
  • I have been referring patients to Dr. White’s practice for ever 10 years. He is experienced, competent and likeable and provides my patients with education and wise surgical options.”—Michael Dougherty, DDS
  • Dr. White is an honest, nice and knowledgeable doctor, and his staff is courteous, professional and thorough. Everyone at the practice is very lighthearted and down-to-earth.” —Frazier G.
  • Dr. White is by far the most competent, genuine and respectful person I have ever had the chance to meet in his profession. I trust him and I’m confident in his abilities and judgment. The staff is wonderful as well, and I know they truly care about my needs. For example, they called Dr. White to come take a look at the site where my wisdom teeth were removed when I was extra worried about the health of my mouth. I chose to see Dr. White because I believe an oral and maxillofacial surgeon has more expertise and experience than a general dentist and that surgeries such as wisdom teeth removal should be performed by someone who specializes in this area.” —Lawand Kamal
  • Dr. White is an excellent surgeon. I have been referring patients to him for over 10 years and I have nothing but the highest regards for his practice. Dr. White does great work, in a kind and caring manner, which is why I send all my oral surgery patients his way.” —Randy Sanders, DDS
  • Dr. White and his staff are awesome. They are friendly and easy to communicate with. My visits there could not go any better.”—Shannon R.


Monday: 7:00am -3:00pm
Tuesday: 7:00am -5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am -5:00pm
Thursday: 7:00am -3:00pm
Friday: 7:00am -3:00pm

Most Insurances Accepted

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Dr. Jeffery M. White, DDS

13701 E. Mississippi Avenue, Suite 300
Aurora, CO 80012

Phone: 303.344.2705
Fax: 303.344.4125