If you're looking for an expert tooth extraction (including wisdom teeth removal) near you in Hertfordshire, our highly experienced dentists can help. We provide a high level of treatment and care at affordable prices.
You can also benefit from expert treatment by our highly skilled specialist oral surgeon, Ms Shrina Nathwani (GDC No: 177658), who has over 13 years extensive dentistry experience.
To help keep these treatments as affordable as possible, we ensure they are priced extremely competitively compared to other experienced dentists near us in Hertfordshire.
|Extraction - Routine (each)||From £110|
|Extraction - Surgical (each)||From £150|
|Extraction with Specialist (each)||From £350|
|Wisdom Tooth Extraction with Specialist (each)||From £400|
|X-rays - Small||£10 each|
|X-rays - OPG||£45|
Benefit from the expertise of our highly rated specialist oral surgeon, Ms Shrina Nathwani (GDC No: 177658), who has over 13 years extensive dentistry experience.
She sits on the panel for Review of Competency Progression for Health Education England, and teaches on the ORE and ISFE examination courses by the Royal College of Surgeons.
She is also clinical tutor in Oral Surgery at Kings College London and a speaker at British Dental Association Events and organiser/tutor on an Oral Surgery Simulation course.
Her specialist interests include management of medically compromised and anxious patients. She is particularly adept at putting nervous patients at ease with her friendly nature.
Extraction is always a last resort and our priority is to save natural teeth where we can. For problems affecting the outer tooth this may involve a filling, an inlay or onlay, or a crown. If the internal pulp of the tooth has become infected then it can be saved with root canal treatment.
However, saving teeth may not always be possible for a number of reasons. A tooth may be too badly damaged (either by accident or decay) to save. There may also be overcrowding in the mouth, with not enough room for all the teeth to sit comfortably together. In these instances an extraction may be advised by your dentist as the best course of action.
It is very common for there not to be enough room for wisdom teeth when they start to come through. If this is the case then they can develop at an angle and push up against the teeth that are already in place. This is likely to cause some pain or discomfort.
If you are experiencing dental pain then it is important to contact your dentist as soon as possible. They will carefully examine your teeth and assess the best course of action.
We have a team of oral surgeons that are specially trained for extracting wisdom teeth as well as other badly broken teeth.
Extractions can be carried out under sedation.
After having a tooth removed it is essential to look after the affected area to aid healing and reduce the risk of infection. Please select the drop down option below for some helpful pointers:
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