Oral Surgery (Extractions)

Wisdom Teeth

Sometimes there may not be room in your mouth for your wisdom teeth and, as they start to come through, they push against the teeth already there or may start to come through at a different angle. When this happens, you might feel some pain or discomfort.

In such a situation, we normally take an x-ray of your mouth to see how – or if – your wisdom teeth are coming through. From this, we will be able to make a treatment plan on whether or not to take them out and how easy or difficult it might be. Extractions can also be done under sedation.


Having a tooth out is the same as having an operation and, because of this; you must look after the area to speed healing and to reduce the risk of infection. Here are some pointers:

1. For the first 24 hours, try to avoid eating hot food, don’t smoke, and don’t drink any alcohol and try not to disturb any blood clot which might have formed.

2. Don’t rinse your mouth for 24 hours after extraction. After that, rinse gently with warm salty water – half a teaspoon of salt in a glass of water is enough.

3. Brush your teeth as normal to keep your mouth as clean as possible.

4. There may be some swelling and a bit of discomfort in the first two to three days. take medicines prescribed and visit us for a follow up after 8 days.

Schedule a call with us!

What is the colour of tooth in logo? (Answer: white) 

Need to book an appointment? Schedule a call with us

Just fill out our form to book in your appointment


Call us:


Email us:


Request An Appointment!

What is the colour of tooth in logo? (Answer: white)