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TEETH EXTRACTION
In Ivanhoe

There are many reasons why your dentist may perform a tooth extraction. Examples being: a painful wisdom tooth has come through, dental infections, preparation for braces, or even baby teeth not falling out at the proper age. 

If you need a tooth extracted, our dentists at Ivanhoe will advise you on how to prepare for it. Our focus is on keeping our patients comfortable and relaxed during their procedure, so rest assured you are in safe hands. 

When a tooth is removed, we offer tooth replacement options for you. We may suggest a dental bridge or a dental implant. We can discuss your preferences at your appointment.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction In Ivanhoe

It is common to have your wisdom teeth extracted as most people do not have enough room in their jaws for their wisdom teeth to fully come through. If you’re having orthodontic treatment, we may also recommend having the wisdom teeth taken out to allow for better movement of the teeth. Our team is experienced and qualified in wisdom teeth extractions.

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If you think you may need a tooth extraction, contact our friendly team at Dentists of Ivanhoe today on (03) 9499 9033. Servicing Ivanhoe, Bulleen, Kew East and beyond, we are the dentists locals trust.

We also offer payment plans and convenient after-hours appointments.

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To arrange a consultation with our dentists in Ivanhoe, or for any enquiries, please call our clinic today.

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During the first 24 hours especially, you should take care and not disturb the healing process. Don’t touch the hole with your tongue, and avoid smoking and alcohol. Don’t use a straw, spit, or have hot food/drinks. Drink lots of fluids and eat soft, nutritious foods.

Our dentists will try their best to minimise pain while your tooth is getting extracted. You will receive an injection of local anaesthetic, which will numb the area so you don’t feel any pain. You may also request an additional sedative, like nitrous oxide or a light oral sedation.