Includes initial consultation and OPG radiograph
$ 1400
  • At My Wisdom Tooth Dentist, you will receive:
  • Treatment by EXPERIENCED wisdom teeth dentists
  • X-rays
  • State of the art equipment and facilities
  • Convenient Locations

What Does It Cost?

At My Wisdom Tooth Dentist Perth, we are committed to making your experience safe, efficient and budget-friendly. Our wisdom teeth removal costs are one of the most affordable in Perth as we focus on this particular dental service.

We are happy to process your health fund rebate on-the-spot for participating HICAPS health funds, and have HICAPS facilities on hand.

We understand that whether you’re looking for a full wisdom teeth removal or just a simple check-up, the cost can be expensive. Therefore, we offer a range of payment options to make it easier for you to receive the care you need. We accept all major credit cards, cash and EFTPOS, as well as direct bank transfers. We also offer flexible payment plans, so you can spread the cost of your treatment over a number of months.

My Wisdom Tooth Removal Perth clinics are also a participating Dental Preferred Providers for:

This means our patients with these health funds can receive the maximum rebate entitlement determined by their level of cover, in some cases between 60-90% of costs.

Frequently asked questions

Tooth removal expenses in Perth are subject to several factors, including the type of procedure (simple or surgical), the number of teeth being extracted, and whether you have private health insurance.

If your treatment is less complex, your wisdom teeth can be extracted in the dental clinic, and the cost of the treatment may be more affordable. The cost of wisdom teeth extractions in Australia can range from $600 per tooth to over $3,000 per tooth, depending on the type of treatment you require. A simple removal using local anaesthetic for all four teeth can cost up to $2,322, according to the Australian Dental Association.

If you require IV sedation or general anaesthetic, the cost will be higher. Unfortunately, the cost of general anaesthetic cannot be claimed as part of the Medicare Levy Surcharge, as it requires a medical specialist rather than a dentist. However, with private health insurance, you may be eligible to claim a rebate percentage on the cost of your dental care.

If you’re a single parent or have a low income tier, you may be able to claim financial assistance for your dental care.

And if you’re moving, you may be able to claim a tax deduction for certain moving costs, such as packing materials and removal companies. Just be sure to lodge your tax return by the end of the financial year.

At My Wisdom Tooth Dentist we provide simple and surgical wisdom tooth extractions, with a complete set of wisdom teeth removal (including initial consultation and OPG radiograph) to be $1400 AUD. This includes treatment from our experience team, X-rays and state of the art equipment and facilities. 

Imagine the discomfort and agony of living with an impacted wisdom tooth for the rest of your life. It would require you to be cautious about your diet and dental care practices to avoid harming the tooth and surrounding gum tissue. However, you can prevent all of this by having your wisdom teeth extracted at a dental clinic. Although it may seem costly initially, it is a one-time procedure that can save you from future pain and inconvenience.

It is essential to note that certain factors can impact the cost of wisdom teeth extractions, such as the need for IV sedation, the number of teeth removed, and the complexity of the procedure. However, it’s possible to claim a rebate percentage for dental care through your private health insurance or Medicare levy surcharge, which can help reduce the overall cost of the procedure.

If you’re wondering whether you can claim the cost of wisdom teeth removal on Medicare, the answer is yes. However, it’s important to note that Medicare only covers a portion of the expense, and you may be responsible for the remaining fees.

The method used to remove wisdom teeth depends on the position of the tooth. If the tooth has fully erupted and is not trapped inside the jawbone, a simple extraction may be possible. However, if the tooth is still embedded in the jawbone, a surgical procedure will be required.

During a surgical extraction, our dental professionals will make an incision in the gum tissue to access the jawbone and remove the tooth. In some cases, a small portion of the jawbone above the tooth may need to be removed to access it. To ensure that the entire procedure is painless, we will administer local or general anesthesia before beginning the procedure.

The cost of wisdom tooth extraction can vary depending on the difficulty of the procedure. Simple extractions can be done by a dentist in the chair with local anaesthetic, while more complex cases may require general anaesthetic and a hospital visit, resulting in a higher cost. It’s important to discuss your options with your dentist and weigh the cost against the potential benefits of each type of extraction.

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