Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom Teeth Removal 2017-08-09T05:53:52+00:00

Wisdom teeth usually come into the mouth from aged 17 onwards. Very often there is not enough space in the mouth for them, and so they can get misaligned, or ‘impact’ into the teeth in front.

This can cause:
•    Severe pain
•    Gum Infections
•    Bad Breath and taste in the mouth
•    Decay (to the wisdom teeth themselves and to the teeth in front)
•    Ulcers
•    Difficulty opening and closing the mouth

If you have starting to have any of these issues we would recommend removing them to prevent future discomfort or further problems.

Specialist Oral Surgeon
Our Specialist Oral Surgeon, Dr. John Wong, is highly skilled and has over 30 years of experience in removing wisdom teeth.

Planned approach
We use CBCT imaging to produce a high definition 3D image of your wisdom teeth position in the jaw, allowing for the easiest tooth removal for you.

Committed to your health and safety
All equipment and instruments used during your procedure are 100% sterile, and many instruments are single use only.

General Anesthesia
Dr. Wong can arrange a day stay at a local hospital for a general anesthetic procedure, so you can wake up once the procedure has been completed.