Dental Extractions & Wisdom Teeth

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A dental extraction is where a tooth is professionally removed from a patient’s mouth. This is done by firstly numbing the area with a local anaesthetic injection and where the dentist then uses professional equipment to remove the tooth from the socket. Extractions are performed for a wide variety of reasons, but most commonly to remove teeth which have become unrestorable through tooth decay, periodontal disease, or dental trauma.

Surgical Tooth Extractions

Usually most straight forward extractions are done very quickly, especially if the tooth is already loosened. However, some extractions can be difficult and turn into what is called a ‘surgical extraction’. A surgical extraction is where the tooth is either broken down or if the tooth is difficult to remove the dentist would then need to make incisions into the gum. This then allows them more room to help loosen the tooth and they may even need to sectionally remove the tooth by separating it down to the root.

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Wisdom teeth extractions can be sometimes straight forward but also can become a surgical extraction. Impacted wisdom teeth usually are the main reason wisdom teeth need to be extracted. This means that there isn’t any room for the wisdom tooth in the patients jaw which can be very painful.

FAQ's & useful info about Dental & Wisdom Teeth Extractions

The cost of extracting your teeth or wisdom teeth will vary, depending on how many teeth and any possible complexities.

Please speak to our friendly staff today for more info. We also offer payment plans via AfterPay and ZIP Pay to ease any financial burden.

It would be time to consider having your wisdom teeth removed if you are currently experiencing any of the following symptoms with your wisdom teeth:

  • Irreversible tooth decay
  • Pain and discomfort in your jaw
  • Bad Breath
  • Swelling of gums around your wisdom teeth
  • Cysts forming around your wisdom teeth

If you choose to ignore any symptoms you may having, you may experience some long term problems, such as:

  • Sinus issues
  • Cavities
  • Increased pressure resulting in numbing feelings through your jaw and face
  • Overcrowding of your teeth, causing misalignment of your teeth and affecting your smile
  • Inflammation
  • Pain and discomfort
  • Cysts and other infections in the mouth

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