Wisdom Teeth Removal in Rouse Hill

When it comes to the precision, attention, and gentle care that wisdom teeth removal requires, Rouse Hill Smiles, ensures you feel comfortable throughout your treatment and take pride in their gentle care. Not only have our dentists been performing this surgery for over a decade, but our in-house, state-of-the-art technological equipment allows her to determine the scope of the extraction.

We put our patient’s needs first to deliver the highest-quality dental care available. If a case is deemed too complex or risky to undertake, our dentists are able to refer the patient to one of her recommended and trusted specialists.

What to Expect

Many patients associate wisdom teeth removal with pain and discomfort, however our professional and friendly dentist will take every step possible to ensure your recovery is as speedy as possible. We are happy to answer any questions and concerns prior to treatment to ensure you understand the process and are comfortable.

Once a consent form has been signed for our dentists to begin the procedure, they will start with the wisdom tooth extraction process. Depending on how many teeth require extraction, you can expect this procedure to take between 20 – 40 minutes to complete.

During this surgery, you will also be placed under local anaesthetic, however IV sedation is also available to those who would prefer it. In-chair extractions are known for their quicker recovery process, and you can also expect a post-operative call from Dr. Teena following your treatment to discuss any concerns and see how you are feeling.

When Do Wisdom Teeth Need to be Removed?

Problematic wisdom teeth are often extracted either before or after they erupt, with this process usually occurring during a patient’s late teens or early twenties. A wisdom tooth may need removing if:

Want to Learn More?

Are you concerned about problematic wisdom teeth or experiencing discomfort? Schedule an appointment with our emergency dentist in Sydney by calling (02) 8381 0489 today. Our friendly and gentle dentist will be able to assess your mouth to determine the source of your pain or swelling.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.