Extractions

Removing problem teeth.

Oral surgery is the area of dentistry that involves surgical procedures such as the extraction of teeth. A dentist requires additional training to be able to perform oral surgery with care and precision, and to successfully restore the functionality of a patient’s mouth.

An extraction may be required if advanced tooth decay cannot be treated or you have an impacted wisdom tooth. Depending on the nature of the problem, you will have an anaesthetic and be given the option to have sedation if you are particularly nervous.

Always ask a dental professional if you are worried about the condition of your teeth. Never try to remove your own tooth as it can lead to problems. Dentists have the appropriate equipment and carry out procedures in a sterile, regulated environment, ensuring a speedy recovery.

If you have a wisdom teeth extracted, you may experience some swelling after the procedure but this can be eased with over-the-counter painkillers.

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Priya is very thorough and gentle. As a nervous patient, she reassured me and talked me through every step of my treatment which was of great comfort to me personally thank you Priya.

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