Wisdom Teeth Removal Bexley, Kent
If you're looking for an experienced and trusted wisdom teeth removal specialist in Kent, our friendly, state-of-the-art clinic in Bexley can help.
We are regulated and monitored by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and all our dentists are registered with General Dental Council (GDC), so you can rest assured you're safe in the hands of our dental team.
Our principal dentist Dr Pessian (GDC No: 68474) has been a registered specialist in Prosthodontics and Oral surgery since 2001. We currently run a one full day of oral surgery per week during which the un-restorable teeth /impacted teeth such as wisdom teeth are extracted surgically either under local anesthetics or local anesthetics and sedation.
Our clinic runs on referral basis however we try our very best to provide you with an appointment specially if you are in pain and need an extraction quickly.
Wisdom teeth are usually the last teeth to develop and commonly appear in your late teens or early twenties.
Not all wisdom teeth need to be removed but as a result of their late arrival they often do not have enough room to come through and may require removal. These impacted wisdom teeth may need removal if there are symptoms or signs such as pain, swelling, infection or decay.
Tooth extraction prices
We have ensured our prices are extremely competitive compared to other specialist oral surgeons in Kent and Bexley. As a result, our tooth extraction prices start from £94.50.
She was absolutely brilliant and kept me informed of all the scenarios and made sure I was comfortable throughout the procedure and asked for my health history before deciding on medication.
Highly recommended from a thankful patient."
Helping nervous patients
Wisdom teeth can be removed under local anaesthetic. Sedation may also be used to help you to relax. The technique used to remove the wisdom tooth varies from case to case depending on the degree of impaction. Usually any stitches placed are ones which will self dissolve over a period of days.
Post treatment advice
Following wisdom teeth extraction it is best to use over the counter pain killers should you need them. Rinsing the mouth should be avoided for 12-24 hours as this may disturb the blood clot in the socket. Softer foods should be eaten for the first 2-3 days and it is best to try and avoid touching the socket. Gentle warm water salt mouthwashes should be commenced after 24 hours. It is possible to have a degree of pain, swelling and bruising after an extraction.
Dental reviews from our patients
We strive to be the best dentist in Bexleyheath and our patients let us know we’re achieving this all the time. A patient recently said:
"Really impressed with the service at Danson Park especially with my dentist Zahida Johal."
For further information on Oral Surgery or to book an appointment call Danson Park Dental Practice on 020 8303 3726.