Wisdom Tooth Extraction in Milton Keynes
20+ years of experience providing quick, comfortable wisdom tooth extraction in Milton Keynes.
When Do You Need A Wisdom Tooth Removal?
A wisdom tooth removal in Milton Keynes may be necessary in the following situations:
- Impacted Wisdom Tooth:
An impacted wisdom tooth occurs when there isn’t enough space in the mouth for the new tooth to fully emerge. This can lead to extreme discomfort, pain, and potential complications, such as infection or damage to adjacent teeth.
- Crowding or Misalignment:
Wisdom teeth often emerge at odd angles or positions, causing crowding or misalignment of the existing teeth. Removing the wisdom teeth can help preserve the alignment of your smile.
- Tooth Decay or Gum Disease:
Due to their location at the back of the mouth, wisdom teeth are often difficult to clean properly, making them more susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease. In such cases, extraction may be recommended to prevent further oral health issues.
Emergency Private Wisdom Tooth Removal
Wisdom tooth-related pain or discomfort can arise unexpectedly, which is why we offer emergency private wisdom tooth removal in Milton Keynes. Our compassionate team will ensure you receive prompt attention and relief from your symptoms, so you won’t have to endure it for too long. Don’t suffer in silence
Professional Dentist Wisdom Teeth Removal
Trust our professional dentists for safe and effective wisdom teeth removal in Milton Keynes. We will prioritise your comfort throughout the procedure and utilise our advanced techniques to minimise pain and promote fast healing. Our dentists will carefully evaluate your specific case and recommend the best approach for extracting your wisdom teeth.
- Simple wisdom extraction – From £250
- Surgical wisdom extraction – From £350
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Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars that typically emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. They are located at the back of the mouth.
Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth removed. However, if there are signs of complications or potential problems, your dentist or oral surgeon may recommend an extraction.
The recovery period varies from person to person but typically lasts a few days to a week. Following post-operative instructions, taking prescribed medications, and maintaining good oral hygiene can help facilitate healing.
As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications associated with a wisdom tooth extraction in Milton Keynes. However, when performed by one of our highly-skilled professionals, the risks are minimised.
We recommend you consume soft foods and liquids in the first few days after your wisdom tooth removal in Milton Keynes. Gradually reintroduce solid foods as you heal, avoiding hard or chewy foods that may disrupt the healing process.
It is advisable to rest and take it easy for the first day or two following your wisdom tooth extraction in Milton Keynes. After that, you can gradually resume normal activities, avoiding strenuous exercises that may hinder the healing process.