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Wisdom Tooth Extraction Milton Keynes

Painlessly 7 Days A week

Wisdom Tooth Extraction Milton Keynes

Many patients think of a Wisdom Tooth Extraction as the worst dentist experience. But at The Hub Dental Practice, we can make it so easy and painless.

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

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

Languishing in pain, on an NHS Extraction Waiting List is not much fun. And 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.

Our Oral Surgery Team

All our dentists are trained to carry out most surgical procedures including Extraction and Bone Augmentation.
Between them, they carry out several hundred Oral Surgery procedures a month.

Why Choose Us?

A Great Team Of Experienced Dentists

They offer a full range of Wisdom Tooth Extractions, including complicated 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

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

Our Milton Keynes Emergency Dental Service is open seven days a week. Every bank holiday indeed every day! If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may have an impacted wisdom tooth:

wisdom tooth extraction milton keynes
Wisdom Teeth Diagnosis

Severe pain following a tooth extraction is often enough for your dentist or oral surgeon to suspect a dry socket.

He or she will also ask about any other symptoms and examine your mouth to see if you have a blood clot in your tooth socket and whether you have exposed bone.

You may need to have X-rays taken of your mouth and teeth to rule out other conditions, such as a bone infection (osteomyelitis) or small fragments of root or bone remaining in the wound after surgery.

Treatment

Treatment of dry socket focuses on reducing symptoms, particularly pain. Dry socket treatment may include:

  • Flushing out the socket. Flushing out the socket can remove any food particles or other debris that may contribute to pain or possible infection.
  • Medicated dressings. We can pack the socket with medicated gel or paste and medicated dressings. These can provide relatively fast pain relief. The severity of your pain and other symptoms will determine whether you need dressing changes and how often or if you need other treatment.
  • Pain medication. Usually essential.
  • Self-Care. Once the dressing is removed, you may need to flush the socket at home to promote healing and eliminate debris. Typically you’ll receive instructions and a plastic syringe with a curved tip to squirt water, saltwater or a prescription rinse into the socket. You’ll likely need to continue the rinse until the socket no longer collects any debris.
wisdom tooth extraction milton keynes
wisdom tooth extraction milton keynes
Wisdom Teeth Diagnosis

Severe pain following a tooth extraction is often enough for your dentist or oral surgeon to suspect a dry socket.

He or she will also ask about any other symptoms and examine your mouth to see if you have a blood clot in your tooth socket and whether you have exposed bone.

You may need to have X-rays taken of your mouth and teeth to rule out other conditions, such as a bone infection (osteomyelitis) or small fragments of root or bone remaining in the wound after surgery.

Treatment

Treatment of dry socket focuses on reducing symptoms, particularly pain. Dry socket treatment may include:

  • Flushing out the socket. Flushing out the socket can remove any food particles or other debris that may contribute to pain or possible infection.
  • Medicated dressings. We can pack the socket with medicated gel or paste and medicated dressings. These can provide relatively fast pain relief. The severity of your pain and other symptoms will determine whether you need dressing changes and how often or if you need other treatment.
  • Pain medication. Usually essential.
  • Self-care. Once the dressing is removed, you may need to flush the socket at home to promote healing and eliminate debris. Typically you’ll receive instructions and a plastic syringe with a curved tip to squirt water, saltwater or a prescription rinse into the socket. You’ll likely need to continue the rinse until the socket no longer collects any debris.

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.

Wisdom tooth extraction is a surgical procedure to remove one or more wisdom teeth — the four permanent adult teeth located at the back corners of your mouth on the top and bottom.

If a wisdom tooth doesn’t have room to grow (impacted wisdom tooth), rand there is infection and pain, then, you’ll likely need to have it pulled. A dentist or an oral surgeon may do a wisdom tooth extraction.

To prevent potential future problems, some dentists and oral surgeons recommend wisdom tooth extraction even if impacted teeth aren’t currently causing problems.

You can read the Evidence-based recommendations on removing wisdom teeth in adults.