Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth are often removed if they are at a high risks of leading to a life-threatening infection. Contact our wisdom teeth removing experts to assess your wisdom teeth to prevent this
Do I need my wisdom teeth taken out?
Wisdom teeth do not always need to be removed if they have a low chance of infection, easily cleaned, or are too complicated to remove.
It is often advisable to remove them if they are difficult to clean making them susceptible to recurring infections. Additionally, wisdom teeth that has not come through still need to be monitored and be potentially removed if they start to form a cyst or eat away at adjacent teeth. Speak to our dentist to screen for these problems before it is too late
Are there any risks to the procedure?
Please speak to our dentist to properly assess the risk involved in removing the tooth as they are different for everyone. Some notable but quite rare risks are damage to adjacent teeth, jaw and nerve.
Will it hurt?
Modern anesthetic technique will ensure no pain will be experienced through out the procedure.
Will I be able to work afterwards?
You should ideally rest on the first day. Depending on your type of work you may want to have a couple of days off as it may be uncomfortable talking or presenting yourself with a slight swelling.
Although we are based in Springvale, we are easily accessible for wisdom teeth removal procedure for the following suburbs
- Clayton South
- Dandenong North
- Dandenong South
- Dingley Village
- Glen Waverley
- Noble Park