If you are feeling discomfort around your wisdom teeth, or the area looks or feels swollen, you may need wisdom teeth removal.
Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars you will get. Most people will get their wisdom teeth in their late teens or early twenties. While not everyone will require these teeth to be removed, if you do experience any symptoms it’s important to get in touch with us as soon as possible to prevent your wisdom teeth from impacting your second molar.
Even if you do not experience any symptoms, our experienced dentists will provide a thorough and continuing assessment of your wisdom teeth by assessing your radiographs over time. If required, our dentists will be able to recommend necessary action to limit the negative effects that can be related to wisdom teeth, such as crowding of the mouth.
Our experienced dentists have been providing patients with wisdom teeth removal for many years and will ensure you experience the least discomfort possible.
If required, we use qualified anaesthetists to administer IV sedation, which is suitable for nervous patients. This sedation is quite deep, meaning you will only have partial awareness. We can also safely administer various sedation treatments. For mild to moderate levels of anxiety, this treatment is perfect.
If you have any questions about pain relief, our dentists will explain how each of the processes works and answer any questions you may have.
Depending on the complexity of your case, treatment may be done at our Hays Street clinic or referred to an oral surgeon if needed.
To book a consultation please fill out our enquiry form online or contact our friendly staff on 08 8555 0740 OR 0477 043 700