Wisdom Teeth Removal in Campbelltown
Relief From The Discomfort Of Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Our professional tooth extraction services remove impacted wisdom teeth, giving you relief from pain and protecting your oral health.
Wisdom Teeth Removal in Campbelltown – What’s Involved?
Wisdom teeth extraction in Campbelltown can be necessary for a number of reasons. These include:
Insufficient room in the mouth for wisdom teeth to grow through in their proper places and this can cause damage and discomfort to the neighbouring teeth
Wisdom teeth can easily become decayed and infected due to lack of access for brushing and flossing trapping bacteria and food debris; Hence wisdom teeth removal is urgently required. (The root canal therapy is not recommended for wisdom teeth).
Wisdom teeth can get stuck in the gums or grow through crooked or at an angle. This is known as an impacted wisdom tooth. Wisdom teeth removal may be required by the Orthodontist prior to placing braces or invisalign.
Wisdom teeth removal in Campbelltown – Does it hurt?
Although some complex cases may mean a patient undergoing oral surgery in Campbelltown under a general anaesthetic, in the majority of cases, all types of problematic wisdom teeth mentioned above can be removed by our experienced dentist chairside with just “Local Anesthesia” using the latest pain free methods.
In these instances, patients will be anaesthetised using a patented Vibraject. Here at Available Dental Care, we practice the latest gentle techniques combined with “Relative Analgesics” i.e Happy Gas to ensure the process is quick and comfortable. Because of this, patients shouldn’t feel any discomfort although they may feel some pressure as the tooth is wriggled around and pulled out. Our caring dental nurses are trained in dealing with anxious and phobic patients.
Book An Appointment With Us
If you’re suffering from problematic wisdom teeth and think they may require extraction, then come and speak to our experienced dental team today. You can book online or call Available Dental Care on (02) 4062 8763.