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Tooth Extraction Milton Keynes

Painlessly 7 Days A week

First For Tooth Extractions In Milton Keynes

We offer the same day Tooth extraction service in Milton Keynes 7 days a week. Our Skilled Surgical team can extract 99.5% of teeth

We usually try and save every tooth. However and we see 100+ patients a month with a horrible toothache, and extraction is the only realistic option.

We are also seeing about 50 patients a month who are on the NHS Extraction Waiting List.

Suffering on a Waiting List is not much fun. It’s a shame because almost all of the extractions turn out to be very straightforward and very easy for our Oral Surgery Team.

So if you’re in pain, give us a call. 96% of all patients who use our seven-day emergency dental service have their extraction completed at the first visit.

So Call us on 07973227415: A real person always answers the phone 24/7.

We are the only dental practice in Milton Keynes which answer the phone and offer you same-day emergency dental appointments seven days a week.

Some problems do require extraction to regain optimal dental health and provide successful Restorative treatment.

Virtually Painless Tooth Extractions

Most patients are very happy to have their Tooth Extractions done with a Local Anaesthetic.

But we also offer 7 day IV sedation dentistry to help patients overcome dental phobias and undergo surgical extractions in complete comfort.

With sedation dentistry, you will feel almost no pain at all, you will be relaxed and at ease throughout the procedure.

Why Choose Us?

We have a very experienced team of dentists.

They offer a full range of Tooth Extractions including complex Wisdom Tooth Extractions.

In the most complex cases, we can do 3D CT scans without any delay as we have the very latest CT scanner at the practice.

Generally, most patients who have oral surgery procedures do so because of pain.

In the vast majority of cases, we offer a same-day surgery service.

Our Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service is open 7 days a week, Every bank holiday indeed every day!

And we’re open 7 days a week, every week.

Tooth Extraction Milton Keynes
Our Oral Surgery Team

All our dentists are trained to carry out most surgical procedures including Tooth Extractions and Bone Augmentation.

Between them, they carry out several hundred Oral Surgery procedures a month.

Most oral surgery procedures we perform are simple extractions.

However complicated oral surgery procedures involve more complex surgery.

As with everything we do, we would offer a written cost breakdown before any Tooth Extraction procedures are performed.

We Gown up (Surgical Gowns) before all complex surgical procedures

Tooth Extraction Milton Keynes
Tooth Extraction Milton Keynes
Our Oral Surgery Team

All our dentists are trained to carry out most surgical procedures including Tooth Extractions and Bone Augmentation.

Between them, they carry out several hundred Oral Surgery procedures a month.

Most oral surgery procedures we perform are simple extractions.

However complicated oral surgery procedures involve more complex surgery.

As with everything we do, we would offer a written cost breakdown before any Tooth Extraction procedures are performed.

We Gown up (Surgical Gowns) before all complex surgical procedures

Prices

TreatmentFee
ExtractionsFrom £185 
Complex Multi Rooted ExtractionsFrom £300 
Simple Wisdom ExtractionsFrom £250 
Complex Multi Rooted Wisdom ExtractionsFrom £300 
Surgical Wisdom Tooth ExtractionsFrom £300 
Wisdom Tooth ExtractionsFrom £265 
FrenectomiesFrom £250 (Average £365)
ApicectomiesFrom £400 (Average £645)

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Dental Practice Location

780 South Fifth Street Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK9 2FX

Hours

Monday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Tuesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Wednesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Thursday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Friday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Saturday 8.00am to 5.30pm

Sunday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Bank Holidays 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Need Help?

FAQs

We answer the most common questions, but if you need more help please get in touch with us.

Adults can have up to 32 teeth. The wisdom teeth are the last to come through, right at the back. They usually appear when you are between 17 and 25. Although sometimes they appear many years later.

Nowadays people often have jaws that are too small for all 32 teeth – 28 is often the most we have room for. So if all the other teeth are present and healthy there may not be enough space for the wisdom teeth to come through properly.

No. If there is enough room they will usually come through into a useful position and cause no more problems than any other tooth.

Often there will be some slight discomfort as they come through, but this is only temporary and will disappear once the tooth is fully in position.

If your gums are sore and swollen, use a mouthwash of medium hot water with a teaspoonful of salt. (Check that it is not too hot before using it.)

Swish the salt water around the tooth, trying to get into the areas your toothbrush cannot reach.

An antibacterial mouthwash such as Corsodyl can also reduce the inflammation.

Pain-relieving tablets such as paracetamol or aspirin can also be useful in the short term, but see your dentist if the pain continues.

If part of the wisdom tooth has appeared through the gum and part of it is still covered, the gum may become sore and perhaps swollen.

Food particles and bacteria can collect under the gum edge, and it will be difficult to clean the area effectively.

Your dentist will tell you whether this is a temporary problem that can be dealt with by using mouthwashes and special cleaning methods (and possibly antibiotics), or whether it is better to have the tooth removed.

Before you attend our clinic you can go to your GP and tell him/her of your concerns.

He may prescribe you some Ametop or EMLA cream which contains local anaesthetic solution and applying this to your hands one hour prior to your dental visit will numb you hands so that you will not feel any sensation during cannulation.

On your arrival at our clinic notify our receptionist who will let the Sedationist know.

The Sedationist may ask you to inhale a mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen gasses (similar to the Entonox women use during childbirth) to make them feel more relaxed before inserting the cannula.

The dentist will usually take x-rays to see the position of the root, and to see whether there is room for the tooth to come through into a useful position.