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Impacted wisdom teeth are the last set of molars that erupt abnormally and don’t have enough space to grow. They are the source of many dental issues such as pain, tooth decay due of trapped food, bacterial growth, as well as damage of the surrounding teeth and jawbone.
Wisdom tooth extraction is recommended when your wisdom tooth causes damage to your jawbone, exerts pressure on neighbouring teeth, and wisdom teeth pain.
However, not everyone is a candidate for wisdom teeth surgery.
Schedule an appointment with our medical team to ensure that you are eligible and can receive the treatment safely. With the many risks involved in any kind of dental surgical procedure, it is advisable to maximize safety
Wisdom teeth extraction at Bayswater Dentist
At Bayswater Dentist, tooth extraction starts from $199*, a relatively fair price in Bayswater and surrounding suburb. Our facility has a team of well-trained and experienced dentists who have mastered wisdom teeth surgery. The procedure is carried out in the most professional way that enhances patient comfort. We are aware of your concerns about matters contamination which is why we use state of art sterilization technology to make sure that we provide you with a safe as well as clean dental environment.
We have also made investment in the latest technology to make sure that tooth surgery is done in the safest and best way possible. We strive to
give you your money’s worth by walking you through the entire process before the start of the procedure. This helps put your mind at ease, knowing that our friendly and experienced professionals will provide you with a comfortable experience during the entire procedure.
Schedule an appointment with the Bayswater dentist and talk to our team about wisdom teeth surgery.
Wisdom teeth removal cost in Bayswater suburbs
Impacted wisdom teeth removal cost in Bayswater suburbs is between $200* and $450* for every tooth. This price varies depending on distinct cases. Complex procedures that require an oral surgeon’s expertise will definitely cost more, while simple normal extractions will be less expensive. Tooth extraction cost is also determined by other factors such as bone structure removal during the procedure and the required number of tooth divisions. It is important that you take note of all wisdom teeth symptoms in case they are impacted.
This can help you avoid complex and more expensive procedures for teeth surgery. Some of the warning signs
include bad breath, wisdom tooth decay, gums that are red, swollen, or bleeding, strange and funny taste in the mouth, difficulties when opening your mouth, and paining in the jaws.
Our team at Bayswater dentist performs a thorough examination to assess the extent of the damage.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
On average, wisdom teeth healing takes about two weeks after the extraction process. You may experience mouth and cheeks swelling during wisdom teeth recovery. The swelling is more severe during the first few days but improves over time.
During the process of wisdom teeth extraction, the wisdom teeth dentist makes an incision to expose the tooth and bone. The dentist then extracts the bone to access the tooth roots. By now, the procedure is halfway done. After fully accessing the erupted wisdom tooth, the dentist chooses the easiest way to remove it, either as a whole or divide it into a number of sections.
Some common side effects of wisdom teeth removal are lip numbness, slow-healing gums, dry socket wisdom teeth, excessive bleeding, limited mouth opening, and severe pain and swelling in the gums and teeth.
On average, wisdom tooth extraction cost is between $200* and $450*. This price is dependent on factors such as the required number of divisions and the procedure’s complexity.
Wisdom teeth should be extracted if they cause crowding and misalignment, they are fully or partially impacted, and they are too far back, making them hard to clean.
Yes. The removal of wisdom teeth can slightly change your facial appearance. Usually, the changes are not perceivable because the extraction does not influence your jaw bone or jaw shape..
Yes. Our dentist recommends the removal of all four wisdom teeth even when they are not impacted. This is because they can cause misalignment of the neighbouring teeth making it difficult to clean them.