At Crown Dental Group Melbourne, our dental team make every effort to save your teeth and preserve their structure as much as possible. If tooth extraction is necessary, you’ll be in gentle hands using the safest procedures in Melbourne.
We pride ourselves on offering extractions that are as close as possible to being pain free. We have a wealth of experience helping patients with a history of anxiety about having dental work done.
We understand that for some people a visit to the dentist can be a serious mental and emotional challenge, and we are committed to helping everyone who visits our practice to have a comfortable experience that involves as little pain or discomfort as possible.
A Simple Tooth Extraction Procedure Kept Comfortable
We’ll consult with you to make sure that you receive a treatment plan that perfectly fits your needs, detailing all of your options. After extraction, you may feel discomfort, but we’ll do everything within our power to minimise your pain.
Our dentists have extensive knowledge in extractions and several years of experience, using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to make your visits with us simple and easy.
We use the latest, strongest and fastest acting local anaesthetics to ensure your comfort and provide a pleasant experience.
Tooth Extraction Melbourne
You don’t have to live with oral pain. Contact us today to book your appointment with our thorough practitioners! Flexible payment plans can be arranged, and insurance is accepted.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I have swelling after a tooth extraction?
Swelling is common after a tooth extraction, but not everyone experiences it. To reduce swelling, apply ice, elevate your head, follow aftercare instructions, and avoid disruptive actions. If any concerns arise, it is recommended to seek guidance from your dentist or oral surgeon.
How long does a tooth extraction take?
The time required for a tooth extraction can vary widely. Typically, simple extractions take approximately 20 to 40 minutes, whereas surgical extractions may take 45 minutes to an hour or longer. It’s important to note that these time frames are general estimates, and the actual duration of a tooth extraction can differ from person to person. To get a more precise estimate for your specific case, it’s advisable to have a discussion with your dentist or oral surgeon, as they can provide personalised insights based on your unique circumstances.
Does the procedure hurt?
During a tooth extraction, you should not feel pain as the area will be numbed with anaesthesia. You might feel pressure, but any discomfort can be managed with post-extraction care instructions and pain medication if needed.