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FROM £160


A tooth may need to be removed if it has advanced dental decay, severe gum disease, or a traumatic injury that makes it unrepairable.
Nothing is better than your natural tooth.   Because of this, we will always try to save teeth if we can, and we will only ever remove teeth if there is no other option. We base this decision on whether there is sufficient tooth structure where decay is present to support a filling or crown, and whether there is sufficient bone and gum support to preserve the tooth if there is any infection.



To ensure that you are fully informed about the entire procedure, we will always go over the possibilities for replacing lost teeth before the teeth are removed. The following is included in this:

1. Do nothing and review
2. Denture
3. Bridges
4. Implants

We can also pre-fabricate a temporary denture or bridge to be used immediately following the extraction so you won't have a gap present at all.


Dental extractions don't have to be painful because the area will become numb after the local anaesthetic has been administered. If you are in discomfort, we won't continue, and we'll always give you enough anaesthetic to make the treatment as comfortable as we can.

Sometimes teeth can get impacted or get caught behind other teeth;this is quite common with wisdom teeth. This undoubtedly makes things more difficult, but you may have confidence knowing that we have the most advanced diagnostic technologies, surgical tools, and skills to make sure your experience is positive.


 For patients who are already worried and nervous, we provide a sedation treatment that includes injecting a little amount of sedative medication into your hand or arm, which will help you feel calm, comfortable, and anxiety-free.

All of the post-operative advice and instructions will be given to you after the tooth is extracted so that you can properly care for the area.



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