Our Services


Extractions & Oral Surgery

Unfortunately in some circumstance the tooth may be beyond saving and so the only course of action would be to remove the tooth from the mouth.

Reasons for Extracting a Tooth

  • Severe periodontal disease
  • Aggressive tooth decay
  • Structural damage
  • Orthodontic complications
  • Impacted wisdom teeth
  • Emergency situations
  • Full mouth reconstruction
  • Dentures
  • Broken or cracked teeth
  • Abscesses


To keep you as comfortable as possible, we use local anaesthetic during all of our tooth extractions. There will be no sensations other than pressure.

Extractions of teeth are a very common occurrence. They do, however, necessitate some downtime following your appointment. Take the remainder of the day off and bring an over-the-counter pain medication with you.

To keep swelling down, you may need to switch between cold and hot compresses every 20 minutes (inflammation is the most common cause of oral pain). Soft meals should be kept on hand for the first several days. Drinking via a straw, fizzy beverages, and hot meals should all be avoided since they might delay recovery.


Opening Hours


8am to 4pm


9am to 6pm


9am to 6pm


8am to 4pm


8am to 4pm


8am to 4pm

A little bit of information:

Why Do I Need X-rays?

Digital radiography allows us to see areas throughout your mouth that aren’t visible during a regular exam. Small cavities, cysts, bone loss and abscesses are just a few examples. Fortunately, today’s technology uses as much as 90% less radiation as conventional dental X-rays, making them safer than ever.

Since digital imaging is instantly available, you’ll enjoy a more efficient appointment and be able to co-diagnose your condition alongside our dentists.