Tooth Extractions

Having teeth removed can be a daunting thought! Luckily, our gentle and caring dentists are highly experienced in tooth extractions. No matter whether it is a simple or a complex tooth extraction, we will talk you through the process and strive to remove your tooth safely, effectively, and as comfortably as possible.

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Do I Need My Tooth Removed?

Teeth may need to be removed for a lot of reasons – because of tooth decay, gum disease, trauma, or before braces. Luckily, we have dentists that are highly experienced and skilled in safe, effective tooth extractions, whether they are simple ones or more complex teeth to remove.

If you think you need a tooth out, give us a call and we’ll find the right dentist for you.

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Still anxious about having your tooth removed? Talk to our dentists about possible sedation methods to help with your anxiety during your extraction.

CALL US: (02) 6262 0423

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m anxious about my tooth extraction, are there any options for sedation?

Of course. It’s best to speak to your dentist about which sedation would be best for you, depending on your medical conditions and experiences. We offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas) sedation, or another option may be right for you – find out more about our sedation options and helpful tips to cope with dental anxiety here.

What do I do if I have trouble after my extraction?

We’ll give you specific written instructions and gauze for aftercare. If you’re having issues, we have a dentist available over the phone all the time to advise you what to do – give us a call and we’ll talk you through it. 

What if the tooth is a wisdom tooth?

Have a look at our Wisdom Teeth page here to find out more about having wisdom teeth out. We have dentists highly experienced in this too!

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