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Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney – A Safe Tooth Extraction to Prevent Serious Dental Issues
Are your wisdom teeth starting to trouble you? Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars, but unlike the other two sets of molars, these often serve no purpose for most people, which can often cause more harm than good for those who develop them.
Did you know 85% of young adults do not have room for third molars? For some people, wisdom teeth may never bother them, but for many more, wisdom teeth can lead to all sorts of problems such as headaches, discomfort, and even misalignment. In most cases, dentists recommend that 90% of their patients get their wisdom teeth removed to prevent dental health issues such as decay, infections, and more.
Pain from wisdom teeth is a dental condition that many people come to see us every day. Not everyone has enough space for their wisdom teeth to come through their gums. Our Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney professionals offer superior wisdom teeth removal in Sydney to make sure your smile stays healthy for the rest of your life.
There are two possible issues: the wisdom tooth can become impinged and become situated between the molar tooth in front of it. When this happens, food and bacteria can get stuck and cause an infection. The inflammation at the top of the tooth is called pericoronitis.
Causes of Wisdom Tooth Pain
If you’ve been experiencing pain from your wisdom teeth, you might want to see a dentist about the issue. You might be experiencing wisdom teeth discomfort for one of several reasons, and in most cases, we suggest wisdom teeth removal Sydney as the solution. Even if wisdom teeth rarely cause pain, most people still choose to have them removed to allow them to grow in. Here are some of the common causes of wisdom teeth pain.
- Your wisdom teeth could be growing in and can cause swelling, soreness, and slight pain when they break through the gums.
- Wisdom teeth often grow very close to neighbouring teeth due to lack of space. Cavities easily form in this tight space because it’s hard to clean.
- If your wisdom teeth become impacted, you may experience swelling, difficulty chewing or biting, or pain in your jaw.
- A cyst can form when a wisdom tooth is impacted, causing pain and damage to the tooth and jawbone.
- Wisdom teeth are more likely to develop gum disease because of their location and lack of space.
Are You a Good Candidate for Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney?
To determine whether you are a good candidate for cheap wisdom teeth removal in Sydney, we will take x-rays and examine your mouth. Wisdom teeth may be removed within a few months of eruption in order to prevent problems from arising.
Some of the considerations whether you should extract your wisdom teeth in Sydney are,
- Are you aged 16 to 28?
- Does the x-ray show whether or not wisdom teeth are present and where they’re located?
- Are they partially erupted or entirely buried beneath the gums?
- Are you experiencing the following symptoms of tooth crowding?
- The symptoms are deep tooth pain, often focused in the back molars of the mouth
- Pain along your jaw
- Severe or persistent earaches
- Persistent headaches
- Has bad breath been chronic for you?
- Do you have a taste in your mouth that seems to not be disappearing after teeth brushing?
- Have you noticed a sudden change in the alignment of your teeth while biting?
We will share the findings of the examination with you and provide guidance on the next steps.
Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney – The Procedure
After the initial consultation, our dental professionals will determine whether you are a good candidate for wisdom teeth removal in Sydney. Once we finalise that having your wisdom teeth removed is the best option, the procedure or oral surgery will be scheduled. In most cases, you will require someone to drive you home after an extraction.
Anaesthesia – The doctor will administer local anaesthesia, which will help to numb the region and remove the feeling of pain. In some cases, general anaesthesia such as nitrous oxide or laughing gas may be used in combination with local anaesthesia to help calm your nerves or even put you to sleep. We discuss about the type of anaesthesia the patient will be administering before the beginning of the procedure to identify whether or not there are any known allergies beforehand.
Wisdom Tooth Extraction – If you have an impacted wisdom tooth, we will make a small incision to expose the tooth. Then we will break the tooth into smaller pieces before it can be removed to reduce the size of the incision. You will not feel any pain during the procedure as the surgical place is numbed using anaesthesia but may feel some pressure. The empty socket will be sealed with dissolvable stitches and covered with a large piece of gauze. In order to form a blood clot, you will need to bite down on it.
After-care – After the procedure, you will remain at our dental office for some time, but you will not be able to drive yourself home. Once you get home, make sure you protect the blood clot that was formed at the end of your procedure. Limit eating solid foods, drinking from straws, and similar things that could dislodge the blood clot and might not be so good for your recovery.
When Should You Visit a Dentist for Wisdom Teeth Removal?
You should visit your dentist after the affordable wisdom teeth removal in Sydney if you have the following symptoms.
- Breathing and swallowing problems
- The wound continues to bleed after 3-4 days despite changing the gauze on the extraction site.
- Persistent fever that does not respond to the usual treatment
- Strong pain at the extraction site, which could be a sign of a dry socket or an infection.
Wisdom Teeth Removal Cost
The several factors that determine the wisdom teeth price in Sydney are,
- The type of wisdom teeth removal procedure employed
- Type of anaesthesia used
- How many teeth are removed?
- Impacted teeth
- Additional dental procedures are required for extraction and more.
Our wisdom teeth removal price in Sydney varies from $225 to $375. At Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney Professionals, the cost for tooth extraction due to impacted wisdom teeth is $150 to $250, simple wisdom teeth removal cost in Sydney is $225 to $250, and the cost of wisdom teeth removal that involves surgical procedures is $250 to $375. Call 1300 320 881
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How can I maintain oral hygiene after my wisdom teeth removal?
It is very important to keep your mouth clean after enduring wisdom teeth removal in Sydney. You can brush your teeth the night of surgery, but be gentle around the surgical sites. If you experience minimal bleeding, then you can begin saltwater rinses after 24 hours of surgery. For that, you need to mix one tablespoon of salt with 8 ounces of warm water. Swish gently and allow the water to drip into the sink. Rinses can be done 2 to 3 times a day, especially after eating. Maintaining a clean environment adjacent to the healing surgical wounds is required for optimum and speedy healing.
When can I start doing my routine exercises after wisdom teeth removal?
After wisdom teeth surgery you should take bed rest for the first day. Lifting things, bending, or any other vigorous activity will result in increased bleeding, swelling, and pain. You should be very careful while going to a standing position from the lying down position. You may feel light-headed when you stand up suddenly from the bed. If you exercise regularly, be aware that your normal fluid and caloric intake is reduced after the surgery. Exercising during the early post-operative period may also result in increased bleeding, swelling and discomfort. So doing exercise should be avoided for 3-4 days following the surgery.
What can I expect after the surgery?
Swelling: After the surgery, swelling is a normal occurrence and will not reach its maximum until 2-3 days. It can be minimized by using a cold pack, ice bag or a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a towel and applied firmly to the cheek adjacent to the surgical area. During the first 24 hours after surgery, this should be applied twenty minutes on and twenty minutes off.
Persistent Bleeding: Bleeding should never be severe. If so, it usually means that the packs are being clenched between teeth only and are not exerting pressure on the surgical areas. Try repositioning the packs. If bleeding persists sit upright or in a recliner. Also, you can use ice packs and bite on gauze for 1 hour or on a moistened tea bag for 30 minutes. The tannic acid in the tea leaves helps to promote blood clotting. If bleeding remains uncontrolled, you should contact your dentist.
How long does it take to heal after wisdom teeth removal?
SNormal healing after wisdom tooth removal should be as follows: The first two days after the extraction you will feel very uncomfortable and experience some swelling around the surgical site. Although still swollen, on the third day you will be very comfortable and, can usually begin a more substantial diet. The remainder of the post-operative course will be a gradual and steady improvement.
Are there any instructions to be followed after wisdom teeth removal?
- You need to bite firmly on the gauze pads covering the extraction site to help stop the bleeding. The gauze pads will be changed before you leave the dental office. You may need to change the gauze pads once more at home, leaving gauze in 30 additional minutes. Remember you should remove the gauze before eating or drinking.
- Take care not to bite your lips, cheeks or tongue, since you may have difficulty feeling your lips, cheeks or tongue due to numbness. This is a temporary feeling and will wear off within 2 to 6 hours after undergoing cheap wisdom teeth removal in Sydney.
- You need to apply ice packs to your face to reduce swelling for the first 12 hours after surgery. Be aware that ice packs should not be used after the first 24 hours.
- Take pain medications regularly as prescribed by your dentist.
- As it may prolong the bleeding, don’t rinse or spit the day of the surgery.
Should I Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?
Yes, wisdom teeth removal is necessary, especially when your wisdom teeth cause problems. If you ignore wisdom teeth removal in Sydney, you will end up with many oral issues. Some of them are,
Alignment: cause problems with crowding of other teeth
Cavities: Swollen gums can create pockets that help bacteria grow, and cavities form.
Inflamed Gums: Swell and may be hard to clean
Sinus Issues: Lead to sinus pain, pressure, and congestion.
Jaw Damage: Hollow out your jaw and damage nerves.
Damage to Other Teeth: Cause mouth pain and bite problems
Still not ready to part with your molars? Discuss with your dentist to make a knowledgeable decision!
Do I Still Need wisdom teeth Removed If They Don’t Hurt?
Impacted wisdom teeth may never present with symptoms yet still can put you at risk of potential complications. Research says many people who keep their wisdom teeth don’t experience pain until they’re in their 30s or 40s. This is because, if they are impacted, it may not become an issue for years. So, even if your wisdom teeth are not causing pain currently, it doesn’t mean they won’t cause pain or problems in the future. And the truth is, wisdom teeth removal is a much easier process to endure at a younger age when your bones are not as hard, which is why our dentist recommends the wisdom teeth removal in Sydney procedure as a preventative measure.
How Will I Know If I Have Impacted Wisdom Teeth?
Impacted wisdom teeth don’t always cause symptoms. Though, when an impacted wisdom tooth becomes infected, damages other teeth, or causes other dental problems, you may experience some of these signs or symptoms. They are,
- Swollen lymph nodes in the neck
- Unpleasant taste when eating
- Bad breath
- Difficulty in opening jaw
- Bleeding gums
- Pain in the lower jaw and side of the face
If you have wisdom teeth that start displaying impacted symptoms, the best thing you can do is schedule an initial consultation to know the wisdom teeth removal cost in Sydney and proceed with wisdom teeth extraction.
How much does it cost to remove wisdom teeth NSW?
The wisdom teeth removal cost in Sydney depends on the complexity of each tooth removal and time allocated to have the surgery performed. Depending on your case, dentists performing wisdom teeth removal in our Day Surgery charge from $225 to $375 for each wisdom tooth removal. The maximum price for ALL 4 wisdom teeth removal is $970! We are also able to offer fees with our anaesthetists ranging from $320 to a maximum of $375. The specialist Anaesthetist fee has a rebate from MEDICARE of around $250 and patients end up paying as little of $100 dollars out of their pocket after the rebate. Our Day Surgery fee starts from $300. We accept most of major Health insurance plans with a HICAPS terminal. The patients can have further rebates or discounts on wisdom teeth removal cost in Sydney on the spot.
How long does it take for wisdom teeth holes to heal?
After affordable wisdom teeth removal in Sydney, the physical “filling in” of holes takes time. Instead, it’s a methodical procedure. You’ll see a soft covering forming over the socket throughout the first few days. Within a few days, the gum tissue ought to seal off the extraction site. The texture of the socket should be smooth and match the gingiva (gum tissues) around it after about two weeks.
However, it could take several months before the socket starts to seal beneath the gingiva. You might still see a tiny depression in the socket after the gingiva has been applied, due to lack of bone.
What should I do the night before I get my wisdom teeth out?
Patients can consume a small meal and some liquids up to an hour before surgery for procedures requiring local anaesthesia. You should typically refrain from eating or drinking for six to twelve hours before surgery if you’ll be under general anaesthesia. Consult your dentist for more information regarding what you can eat and drink prior to having your affordable wisdom teeth removal in Sydney.
Can you extract 2 wisdom teeth at once?
Yes, we do! In some cases, we extract even all 4 wisdom teeth at once. All four wisdom teeth removal is simple that you will get anaesthesia only once. The average time to remove four wisdom teeth in our facility takes just 20 minutes, and patients are monitored for at least an extra hour in our recovery area after surgery.
Can you work the day after wisdom teeth removal?
You might be able to return to work the same day, but only for minor activities, depending on the type of work you do and how tough the surgery was. You will be urged to take the remainder of the day off after your treatment because it is typically not advised for a number of reasons.
If you are having all four of your wisdom teeth pulled, we advise that you take the next day off of work or schedule the treatment for the week’s end so you have the weekend to heal. A responsible adult will be needed to take you home after the procedure, monitor you, and provide care for you in the early stages of your recovery if you are having your wisdom teeth removed under intravenous (conscious) sedation or general anaesthesia. You will not be able to go back to work the same day.
How can I speedup the healing process after the wisdom teeth extraction?
The best way to recover from wisdom teeth surgery is to follow your oral surgeon’s instructions religiously. Aide from the regular protocol for how to recover from wisdom teeth removal surgery, here are some little-known ways to make the healing process a little faster and less painful.
- Keep your head elevated for the first three days
- Don’t let your mouth dry out
- Prevent getting a dry socket
- Ice the area of the cheek closest to the extraction site for the first day
- Massage your masseter on both sides
- Drink cold coconut water until you are able to eat soft foods
What are the factors that affect the cost of wisdom teeth removal?
In order to find the most suitable wisdom teeth removal surgeon without compromising on the cost, you need to understand the various factors that determine the cost of wisdom teeth removal in Sydney. These include,
- The type of extraction
- Which teeth need treatment
- The condition of the particular Wisdom Tooth
- Choice of Dental Surgeon
- Location of the Surgeon
- Your geographical location
- Your insurance coverage
Overhead costs like x-rays and scans
Can I avoid dry socket?
A dry socket is a condition that may occur after a tooth extraction, if the blood clot that normally fills the socket is lost. The dry socket leaves underlying nerves exposed, which is very painful.
To avoid dry socket, you need to follow these simple steps:
- Clean the extraction site as instructed by your dentist and follow all at-home instructions.
- Avoid sucking action spitting or using straws for the first 24 hours after the surgery.
- Do not smoke.
Do not rinse your mouth excessively; it interferes with blood clotting.
How can I manage the pain after wisdom teeth removal?
Most wisdom teeth removal is accompanied by some degree of discomfort. You will usually have a prescription for pain medication. You will be able to manage any discomfort better, if you take the first pill before the anaesthetic has worn off. You may need stronger pain medicine to manage your pain, but if you follow each pain pill with a small amount of food, chances for nausea can be reduced.
The effects of pain medications vary widely among individuals. Sometimes you may even need two of the pain pills at one time. The most severe pain occurs only within six hours after the local anaesthetic wears off; after that your need for medicine should lessen.
What is a dry socket?
It’s important for a blood clot to form to stop the bleeding and begin the healing process, after every wisdom tooth extraction. When the blood clot is dislodged from the surgery site exposing the bone and fine nerve endings, a dry socket occurs. Although it can occur in any tooth extraction site, this condition is more common after wisdom teeth removal. Often it occurs after two or more days of an extraction and can last 5-6 days.
What Is the Best Age to getting Wisdom Teeth Removed?
Depending on the structure of an individual mouth, the wisdom teeth removal procedure age will get vary. Experts recommended the ages of 18 and the early 20s is the right time to remove the wisdom teeth. Some dentists even recommend having them removed earlier. This is because, as we get older, the wisdom teeth roots grow longer and more entrenched in the jaw. It can be more complicated to remove wisdom teeth in older patients, and it may take longer to heal following the surgery. So, to have a cheap wisdom teeth removal in Sydney, consider getting the wisdom teeth removed sooner.
How Much To Have Wisdom Teeth Removed?
Wisdom tooth removal is a simple surgical procedure that takes place under local anesthesia in the dental clinic. The wisdom teeth removal price in Sydney depends on each tooth removal complexity and the time allocated to have the surgery performed. On average, you have to pay from $150 to $350 for normal tooth extraction, from $225 to $250 for simple wisdom teeth removal, and from $250 to $375 for a surgical wisdom tooth removal. And when it comes to removing all four wisdom teeth, it will never cost you more than $970.
Is wisdom teeth removal painful?
You shouldn’t experience any discomfort during the removal of your wisdom teeth in Sydney because the surgery is done under anaesthesia. The pressure of the tooth being forced out of the socket will probably be the greatest discomfort you experience, although anaesthesia makes the surgery pleasant.
You can anticipate some pain and discomfort when the anaesthesia wears off. At our facility, extreme attention is taken towards pain. Specific medications and instructions will be given to each patient accordingly to each case by the anaesthetist. Minimal discomfort will be felt if all instructions are properly followed after surgery. Your post-extraction soreness from your wisdom tooth should subside within a few days.
How long is wisdom teeth surgery?
The number of wisdom teeth removed during surgery might naturally affects how long it takes. All four wisdom tooth removal in Sydney is simple that you will get anaesthesia only once. The average time to remove four wisdom teeth in our facility takes just 20 minutes, and patients are monitored for at least an extra hour in our recovery area after surgery.
If you’ve received local anaesthesia, you can leave right after the treatment is over, but you’ll need a friend or family member to drive you. It takes longer to recover after a general anaesthetic, and you might need to spend the night in the hospital.
When is the best time to have your wisdom teeth removed?
Wisdom teeth frequently lack enough space to develop normally and can lead to issues. Wisdom teeth that are about to erupt can develop in the jaw at different angles, occasionally even horizontally. Sometimes it don’t fully erupt. So dentists advise having them removed. Many dentists agree that it is preferable to remove wisdom teeth at a younger age, before the roots and bone are fully formed, and when recovery from surgery is usually quicker. This is the reason why some young adults choose to remove their wisdom teeth before they start to cause issues.
How much is it to remove all 4 wisdom teeth?
The complexity of your procedure determines the wisdom teeth removal price in Sydney. If the extraction can be completed while you sit in a chair, it will be less expensive than if you need to undergo general anaesthesia. In the event that your procedure is complicated, your dentist may advise hospital admission. Additionally, this will raise the removal of wisdom teeth price in Sydney. The overall amount also includes your professional expenses. The maximum price for ALL 4 wisdom teeth removal at our facility is $970! We are also able to offer fees with our anaesthetists ranging from $320 to a maximum of $375.
When should I remove wisdom teeth?
One of the most frequent procedures is the removal of wisdom teeth, and some of the most frequent causes are impacted wisdom teeth, crowd nearby teeth, infection, persistent pain, and insufficient space. Cheap wisdom teeth removal Sydney may be necessary if you experience changes in the area of those teeth, such as:
- Gum disease
- Fluid-filled sacs (cysts)
- Repeated infection of soft tissue behind the lower last tooth
- Extensive tooth decay
- Damage to nearby teeth
Is it necessary to remove my wisdom teeth?
It depends on the individual. Some people may not have any issues with their wisdom teeth and can keep them without any problems. However, for others, the wisdom teeth can cause overcrowding, infection, decay, or impaction. These issues can lead to pain, swelling, and difficulty in maintaining proper oral hygiene. In such cases, wisdom teeth removal Sydney is recommended to prevent further complications and maintain oral health. It’s important to have regular dental checkups to monitor the condition of your wisdom teeth and seek professional advice on whether they need to be removed. Remember, prevention is always better than cure!
What is the average cost of wisdom teeth removal?
Wisdom teeth removal cost Sydney can vary greatly depending on several factors, such as the number of teeth being extracted, the location of the dentist, and whether or not you have insurance. The good news is that most insurance plans cover at least a portion of the wisdom teeth price Sydney. It’s important to note that the cost should not be the only factor in deciding whether or not to have your wisdom teeth removed. Delaying or avoiding extraction can lead to complications, such as pain and infection that could be much more expensive to treat in the long run.
What are wisdom teeth and why do I need to have them removed?
Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last set of teeth to emerge in the back of your mouth usually between the ages of 17 and 25. While wisdom teeth can be beneficial for some, many individuals experience complications when their wisdom teeth grow in. One of the main reasons why you might need to remove your wisdom teeth Sydney is that your mouth might not have enough room to accommodate them. As a result, they might cause damage to nearby teeth, leading to discomfort and pain. Wisdom teeth may also become impacted or develop cavities that cannot be repaired, causing further problems in the long run. In some cases, an infection can also develop around a partially emerged wisdom tooth. By removing wisdom teeth, you can prevent further damage to your oral health and enjoy a more comfortable smile.
How long does it take to recover from wisdom teeth removal?
The recovery period for wisdom teeth removal Sydney varies from person to person. On average, it takes about one to two weeks for the initial healing process. During this time, you may experience some swelling, pain, and bleeding, which are normal side effects of the procedure. It is recommended to take a few days off work or school to rest and allow your body to recover. After the first week, most people can resume their regular activities. However, it is essential to follow your dentist or oral surgeon’s instructions carefully, such as avoiding strenuous activities or eating hard foods that may cause pain or irritation. Overall, the healing process for wisdom teeth removal can be uncomfortable, but with proper care, it can go smoothly and efficiently.
Is wisdom teeth removal a painful process?
Wisdom teeth removal is often perceived as a painful experience, but the truth is, it varies from person to person. Some people may feel minimal discomfort and have a speedy recovery, while others may require more extensive procedures and longer recovery time. However, thanks to advancements in technology, wisdom teeth removal is becoming a much more comfortable experience. Dentists now have a range of options to make the process easier and more efficient. From using anesthesia to numb the area to advanced surgical techniques that minimize damage to surrounding tissue, you can rest assured that the dentist will do everything possible to make the procedure as comfortable as possible. If you need to know the wisdom teeth removal cost Sydney, schedule a consultation with our dentist.