An extraction can be done under local anaesthetic, sedation or general anaesthetic. Depending on the position of your wisdom teeth, you may have to be referred to a Maxillofacial Surgeon to have it surgically removed.
Sometimes there may not be room in your mouth for your wisdom teeth and, as they start to come through, they push against the teeth already there or may start to come through at an angle. When this happens, you might feel some pain or discomfort, so the best thing to do is to visit us and we will take xrays and advise you on the best treatment option.
We continue to take emergency patients and some select essential visits. Your oral care is our number one priority and we can’t wait to see you. We are still somewhat limited in the appointments we can take and you may have to wait to be seen. Rest assured we will work hard to fit you into our schedule based on your level of need.
With lockdown level 3/4 in effect, we have changed our operating hours and will be open weekdays between 9:00 and 17:00 and on Saturdays between 9:00 and 13:00
If you would like to make an appointment, contact us on 021 6969428. Alternatively, you can also message us via WhatsApp on 076 617 4756 or email email@example.com
As we prepare for a broader set of appointments be assured, we are taking the following precautions to ensure your visit is a safe one.
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Please stay home, keep a safe distance, wash your hands often, cover your cough and contact the NICD if you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.