Tooth Extractions in Mundaring

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Experience comfort and relief with painless tooth extraction

Tooth extractions are a standard dental procedure, but they can be a nerve-wracking experience for some people.
If you’re one of the many people who dread the thought of having their teeth extracted, know that you’re not alone. Extractions can be painful and scary, but at Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we want to make sure your experience is as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, our team of experienced dentists will take care of you every step of the way. We’ll make sure you’re comfortable and informed about what’s happening during your tooth extraction procedure. Plus, our state-of-the-art office features the latest technology to make your experience smooth and comfortable. You don’t have to live with dental pain; feel free to contact us today at 08 6495 2000 to schedule your appointment.

Reasons Why You May Need Tooth Extractions

At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we provide tooth extractions that are quick, easy, and pain-free. In line with this, we’ll make sure you’re comfortable before we begin the extraction so that you can relax and feel at ease.
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Tooth Pain:  Toothache is a common dental problem and can be caused by many reasons such as decay, injury or even just nerve irritation. If you’re experiencing any form of pain in your teeth, come and see us at Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre to get professional help from our skilled dentists.

Crowding: You may be one of the many people who are struggling with crowded teeth. Tooth removal is often the recommended treatment option for this dental problem; our skilled dentist can create more space in your mouth and allow your teeth to occupy a more natural and healthy position.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth: If you’re experiencing pain from impacted wisdom teeth, then you know how frustrating it can be. At Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre, we offer impacted wisdom tooth extraction to ease your burden quickly and effectively.

Gum Disease: Stop putting off gum disease as it can lead to further problems down the road. Schedule an appointment with us today to get your smile back on track!

Severe Tooth Decay: Get instant comfort from us today! Our professional dentist will perform tooth removal since it is likely the only option to alleviate any pain and stop the spread of infection from severe tooth decay.

Broken or Chipped Teeth That Cannot be Repaired: A broken or chipped tooth can be incredibly painful and may lead to further damage if not treated. Our team is eager to help you! We’ll work to get you in and out as quickly as possible so you can resume your day with minimal pain and inconvenience.

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We listen to your concerns for your smile, and dental health. We help make your treatment choices in simple, and non judgemental way, and deliver your chosen treatment with a fast, efficient, and caring touch.

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With over 50 years of combined experience, our team of professionals continues to provide high-quality dental services, from general dentistry and dental implant services to restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

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A Compassionate Team Utilizing Modern Technology:

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers the latest dental implant technology and techniques to provide you with the best possible results. Our state-of-the-art equipment makes your dental implant experience as easy and stress-free as possible.

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Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre is proud to offer flexible payment plan options to make sure that everyone receives the dental care they need.

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Same-day Dentistry and Fast Turn Around Time

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers same-day service for various dental treatments, including dental crowns. You can get high-quality dental care and more natural-looking crowns in just one visit!


The initial signs and warnings that a tooth extraction is required usually fall into one of the following categories:

  • Excruciating toothache
  • Jaw stiffness or discomfort
  • A presence of gum disease or a history of gum disease
  • Inflamed gums only around one or two teeth
  • The pain that worsens when you bite or chew

You may feel a little pressure as the tooth is loosening and being removed during the process. It is also possible to hear a popping or creaking sound. This is perfectly normal, as the tooth and its socket are made of hard tissues. Having a tooth extracted can be painful. However, your dentist will usually apply a local anaesthetic to prevent any discomfort during the treatment. 

In addition, dentists frequently offer over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medications to assist you in managing the pain after the treatment.

In an ideal world, we’d all be able to keep our natural teeth for the rest of our lives. Unfortunately, there are situations when teeth are so completely broken or overcrowded that extraction is the only way to restore dental health. While a tooth extraction is rarely your dentist’s first choice, they will do everything necessary to make the surgery as painless as possible. Here’s what to expect at each stage of the tooth extraction procedure.

Step 1: Making your mouth numb

Your dentist will ensure that your mouth is sufficiently numb before the extraction so that you do not experience pain. In most cases, the dentist will apply a topical numbing lotion to the gums around the tooth before putting a strong local anesthetic in the area.

Step 2: Tooth extraction

The dentist can begin extracting the tooth once the area is numb. In many cases, all that is required is to gently rock the tooth back and forth with a set of forceps until it slides out of the socket. If the tooth is impacted (stuck in the gum line), as is the case with wisdom teeth, the dentist may need to make a small incision in your gums and remove the tooth in pieces.

Step 3: Closing the gap

The dentist must close the gap left by the extracted tooth after washing out the socket to eliminate any leftover tooth or bone pieces. If the tooth was impacted or multiple teeth were extracted at once, the area can be stitched up. To stop the bleeding, gauze will be placed over the wound, and you will be asked to bite down on it for roughly an hour. You can also use an ice pack on your cheek to reduce swelling.

The cost will vary depending on which tooth needs to be extracted, the type of extraction required, the number of teeth to be extracted at once, and the location of your dentist’s facility.

Simple tooth extraction expenses typically range from $200-$260 per tooth. However, it can be more expensive if you require dental surgery to remove your teeth.

Several factors determine the cost of tooth extraction. These include the condition of your teeth, the degree of damage, the complexity of the procedure, and if sedation is needed.

Most infections appear just a few days after the tooth is extracted. Infections might, however, develop up to 3-4 weeks following the surgery. Keep monitoring your mouth and overall health for signs that something isn’t quite right.

Your dentist will give you a detailed list of post-operative instructions following your extraction. For a quick recovery, here are some general suggestions:

Maintain a clean extraction site.

Rinse the area twice or three times a day with an antibacterial mouthwash. Brushing directly over your extraction site is not recommended until your dentist says it’s okay. Brush and floss normally in all other area.

Take all medications exactly as prescribed.

Your dentist may prescribe antibiotics and pain medications. It’s critical to take these medications exactly as prescribed. Over-the-counter pain medications like acetaminophen and ibuprofen are also available.

For at least two days, avoid intense activities.

A higher heart rate can cause increased post-operative bleeding and discomfort. Avoid going to the gym for the first 48 to 72 hours. When it’s safe to resume normal activities, consult your dentist.

Extractions may be distressing to some, but they are necessary for many people’s oral health. These days, thanks to technological progress and procedures, the operation is quite painless. If you do as your dentist instructs, you shouldn’t have any trouble!

After your procedure, you will not be able to drive home. Many people expect to hop in their cars and drive themselves home after getting anesthesia. Local anesthesia will also weaken your responsiveness. You will not be permitted to drive while sedated under any conditions.

Ensure that a friend or family member takes you home after the procedure. If possible, request someone to stay overnight with you, arrange for childcare, and take some time off from work. It’s a good idea to have some soft foods on hand, so you don’t have to worry about cooking.

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