How much does wisdom teeth removal in Sydney cost?
At Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney, wisdom teeth removal costs no more than $970 for surgical removal of all four wisdom teeth. For non-surgical wisdom teeth removal, the maximum cost is $250 per tooth at Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney.
In some cases, complications involving bone and gum issues can cause the price to increase, but if this is likely to be the case, you will be advised by your dentist who will determine a final cost for the wisdom tooth extraction in Sydney.
If your wisdom tooth extraction in Sydney requires surgery in a hospital or day surgery, additional fees may by charged by the hospital or anaesthetist. Over the past ten years, Wisdom Teeth Removal Sydney has established well-priced fees for various surgery facilities for wisdom tooth extraction in Sydney. However, hospital costs will depend on which hospital you prefer (private or public) and whether you have private health insurance.
Will I be sedated during wisdom tooth extraction?
Your dental professional will advise you which kind of anaesthesia or sedation will be best for your procedure. Depending on the complexity of the wisdom teeth removal, you will require local or general anaesthetic or IV sedation for sleep dentistry. The methods of numbing or sedation used by our dental professionals make wisdom tooth extraction in Sydney painless, gentle and safe.
Where will the procedure take place?
For simple, non-surgical procedures of wisdom teeth removal in Sydney, the procedure will take place in one of a number of our dental clinics. For more complicated surgeries, and those requiring strong aesthetics or sedation, wisdom tooth extraction Sydney procedures are performed in one of our affiliated hospitals, day surgeries or specialised clinics with the assistance of trusted oral surgeons.
How can I speed up recovery?
If possible, try to schedule a few days of rest after your wisdom tooth extraction in Sydney to recover. Remember that you will not be able to drive or operate machinery while on medication for wisdom teeth pain. During your recovery time, try to take it easy and do not undertake any arduous physical activity. Eat soft foods and liquids, but there is no need to drink through a straw. In fact, sucking on a straw could loosen the blood clots and delay healing. The best way to speed up recovery is to leave the wounds to heal with minimal irritation. After a few days, begin to wash your mouth with salty water (that has been boiled) every few hours.