Use Of Anaesthesia During Wisdom Teeth Extraction
General Anaesthesia: Before wisdom teeth removal, the general anaesthesia is usually offered only in special situations. It’s administered by inhalation through your nose or by IV in your arm. Sometimes both are used at the same time.
Sedation Anaesthesia: For more moderate sedation, your dentist or surgeon may recommend sedation medication through an intravenous (IV) line in your arm. Usually, your dentist or oral surgeon could offer you conscious sedation through a pill or tablet that you take before the procedure.
Local Anaesthesia: For local anaesthesia, your dentist or oral surgeon will apply a numbing substance to your gums near the tooth that’s being extracted.
Pain after Having A Tooth Pulled
Your dentist also, recommends over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medication following the procedure to help you manage the pain and heal the wound sooner. These charges will be added to your wisdom teeth removal price in Sydney.