Wisdom Teeth Removal Kedron

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Ensuring Safety and Comfort

We prioritise your safety and comfort during the wisdom teeth extraction process:

  • Surgeries have the option to be performed under IV sedation provided by our anaesthetist.
  • The separation of surgery and anaesthesia delivery ensures optimal patient safety and comfort.

Acceptance of All Dental Insurances

Understanding dental insurance can often be confusing. Our dedicated team at our Kedron clinic will assist you in understanding treatment costs and health fund benefits, ensuring that you make informed decisions about your oral health.

We are Preferred Providers for these Health Funds

We are Preferred Providers for these Health Funds

Why Should You Get Wisdom Teeth Removal in Kedron?

In many cases, your mouth will not have enough space to accommodate your wisdom teeth — especially if you have all 4 coming in through the upper and lower jaws. This means the teeth can become impacted, or stuck in the gum, which causes a raft of problems including:
Without enough space for full eruption, the gum tissue around the wisdom tooth can become irritated and infected, causing recurrent pain, swelling, and difficulties with chewing and swallowing.
Cysts can develop inside the jaw bone due to impacted teeth, gradually destroying adjacent jaw bone and sometimes teeth. These can be more challenging to treat if wisdom teeth are not removed during teenage years.
Retained, impacted wisdom teeth may contribute to the crowding of your teeth, especially noticeable with the front teeth.
If there is insufficient room to clean around the wisdom tooth, the adjacent second molar can be adversely affected, leading to gum disease, bone loss, and decay.

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Consequences of Delayed Wisdom Teeth Removal

If wisdom teeth aren’t removed during the teenage years or early adulthood, complications may arise due to the root development and denser jaw bone.

These complications include:

  • Prolonged postoperative recovery
  • Increased risk of complications such as infections
  • Slower healing process
  • Possibility of cyst formation or localised gum disease and bone loss.


Hence, it’s generally advised to undergo wisdom teeth removal in your teens or early 20s for a quicker and more predictable healing process.

Your Wisdom Teeth Removal Procedure Day at Our Kedron Clinic

Your comfort and safety are our top priorities on the day of your wisdom teeth removal procedure. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Arrival at the clinic with a responsible adult who will stay with you for the rest of the day
  • Pain management administered, with options including local anaesthesia administration, nitrous oxide (also known as laughing gas) and/or intravenous (IV) sedation
  • The procedure, which lasts between 30 to 60 minutes, with an overall office visit of about 90 minutes
  • Use of state-of-the-art sterilisation and infection control techniques.


We ask all of our patients to not eat or drink anything from 6 hours before your scheduled surgery time to avoid any complications with the pain management including nausea and vomiting.

Post-Surgery Care and Recovery

My Wisdom Tooth Dentist is here for you after your surgery as well, with post-surgery care to guide you towards a smooth recovery:
  • Additional local anaesthesia can be administered before you head home to rest
  • Dissolvable stitches that will disappear within 5 days
  • Prescription pain medication along with advice on how to care for your mouth during recovery
  • Post-operative diet advice.
At My Wisdom Tooth Dentist in Kedron, we’re committed to providing a safe, comfortable, and effective wisdom teeth removal experience. We guide you through each step of the process, ensuring your well-being and satisfaction.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Unfortunately, Original Medicare (Parts A & B) does not typically cover routine dental procedures, including wisdom teeth removal.

The cost of wisdom teeth removal can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of the case and whether sedation is required. Generally, it can range from $199 to $450 for a single tooth extraction and up to about $1,400 for all 4 wisdom teeth.

Keep in mind that these are general estimates, and the actual cost can vary. The best way to get an accurate estimate is to schedule a consultation with our team at My Wisdom Tooth Dentist.

In Australia, the cost to remove a single wisdom tooth can vary widely based on the complexity of the case, the type of anaesthesia used, and other factors. On average, you can expect to pay between $199 and $450 for a single wisdom tooth extraction without twilight sedation.
Recovery time can vary depending on the complexity of the extraction and individual healing responses. Generally, initial recovery occurs within a few days. However, full healing may take up to 2 weeks. During this time, it’s important to follow all post-operative instructions provided by your dentist to ensure a smooth recovery.
As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications associated with wisdom teeth removal. These may include pain, swelling, bleeding, infection, damage to nearby teeth, and temporary or permanent numbness in the lower lip, tongue, or chin. However, these risks are relatively low, especially when the procedure is performed by an experienced practitioner.
Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth removed. If your wisdom teeth are healthy, fully erupted, positioned correctly, and able to be cleaned as part of daily hygiene practices, you may not need to have them removed. However, most people have 1 or more of their wisdom teeth removed to prevent future problems. Your dentist can help you make the best decision based on your specific circumstances.

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With My Wisdom Tooth Dentist Perth

If you’d like to chat to our friendly staff regarding our dental services or to schedule an appointment with Wisdom Tooth Dentist Perth please call us on:(08) 9020 7003