Necessary removal to eliminate pain and infection
The guidelines for extraction of wisdom teeth differ depending on the country. Generally it is considered acceptable to carry out wisdom teeth removal if you are suffering from recurrent pain and infection, the wisdom tooth or adjacent tooth is decayed or you have lost bone around the wisdom tooth and this bone loss is compromising the tooth next door.
Removal of a wisdom tooth can be very straightforward and often takes far less time than placing a filling, especially for upper wisdom teeth. Lower wisdom teeth can increase the difficulty, especially if the location makes them difficult to access or they are impacted, or partially buried in the gum. The difficulty of the removal of your wisdom tooth will be assessed at your emergency consultation or initial examination. For wisdom teeth considered beyond the scope of our general dentists we have a specialist oral surgeon working at the practice.
Experienced care for complex cases
Our oral surgeon, Dr. Yvonne Szyszko, is an expert in removing wisdom teeth that most practitioners would consider challenging. The procedure can be carried out faster and in a more comfortable way with often less chance of pain and inflammation as a result. If you are tired of waiting to have your wisdom tooth removed on the NHS, why not give us a call and we can arrange to have the tooth removed by our specialist oral surgeon in a relaxed atmosphere using our state-of-the-art facilities.
Prospective patients are required to read and understand the consent for extraction of teeth prior to treatment.Get treated today
Frequently Asked Questions
You may experience some discomfort during your wisdom tooth removal, but we can manage this by using local anaesthetic to numb the affected area.
Our treatments may be covered by your insurance provider
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