Tooth Extractions in Wanneroo

Are you in need of a tooth extraction? Timberlands Dental Clinic in Wanneroo is the place to go. We will do everything we can to ensure it is done quickly and safely. Plus, we offer a wide range of dental services to help you keep a healthy smile.
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Tooth Extractions

Get Comfortable and Feel Safe During Your Tooth Extractions

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The thought of getting a tooth extracted is pretty daunting. People often put off getting it done because they dread the pain. But tooth extractions are routine procedures that our dental team often performs. Tooth extraction is a dental procedure in which your tooth is completely removed from its socket. Dentists prefer to save natural teeth whenever possible, but sometimes restorative methods aren’t enough. Removal may be necessary if your tooth is causing pain and has been badly damaged past the point of repair.
Timberlands Dental Clinic offers safe tooth extractions performed by a skilled dentist. We understand that many feel anxious about having these dentistry procedures done. So, we ensure that you are comfortable and informed at every step. In addition to years of experience in our dental practice, our team of dentists uses the latest techniques and equipment to make this procedure as stress-free as possible. We will be happy to welcome you, so schedule a dental check-up today!

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Dental Problems

Dental Problems That A Tooth Extraction Can Address

Severe Toothache

Tooth decay that has reached the tooth’s nerve can cause severe pain. If it can no longer be restored with other dental treatments, our tooth extractions may be considered to provide you with relief from severe pain.


Sometimes, tooth extractions are needed in preparation for orthodontic treatment to make more room in the mouth for teeth to be aligned correctly. We can perform this procedure efficiently to help you achieve an attractive smile.

Dental Abscess

A dental abscess is a painful infection at the tooth’s root or gums. If not managed, this causes serious health problems and complications. We offer tooth extractions as a treatment option to stop the infection from spreading.

Gum Disease

When you have periodontitis or advanced gum disease, your teeth can become loose and eventually fall out. Our team of qualified health practitioners aims to restore your oral health, whether we recommend periodontal therapy or an extraction procedure. Feel free to contact our friendly dental team for more information.

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Why Choose Us

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Timberlands Dental Clinic

Exceptional Patient Care

Exceptional Patient Care by Experienced Dentists

We understand that a tooth extraction procedure can be stressful. You can be confident that you are in good hands with our team of experienced dentists. They have years of experience giving great care to patients, and they will put your safety and comfort first at every step of your treatment.
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Restorative Procedures

Same-Day Restorative Procedures

Our caring staff knows that after your tooth extraction procedure, you will want to return to your routine as soon as possible. We offer same-day restorative procedures such as dental crowns and bridges so that your smile will be restored in an instant.

Payment Options

Quick and Easy Health Fund Claims and Flexible Payment Options

We know that claiming your health fund benefits can be confusing and time-consuming. At Timberlands Dental Clinic, we make it easy for you to claim it though HICAPS and offer flexible payment options for tooth extraction and other procedures. We can also provide you with a detailed treatment plan and estimate all costs before treatment.
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State-of-the-Art Clinic

New and Modern State-of-the-Art Clinic

In our new and modern clinic, you can be sure you are receiving the highest quality of care. Our team of dentists uses the latest and most advanced technology and equipment to do your tooth extraction efficiently and with minimal discomfort.


Frequently Asked Questions about
Tooth Extractions

The following are some reasons why you may want to consider tooth extractions:

  • A tooth so damaged from decay that it can’t be restored
  • Impacted teeth causing harm or overcrowded teeth
  • Broken teeth caused by trauma from an accident
  • Toothache that can’t be relieved through other treatments

Our dentists will numb the area around the tooth before starting the extraction. You may feel some pressure during the procedure, but you shouldn’t feel any pain.

After the numbing agent wears off, you may feel pain or discomfort. This is normal and can be relieved with over-the-counter medication that your dentists will prescribe.

Tooth extraction is a relatively simple procedure involving the following steps:

  1. First, the dentist will numb the area around the tooth with a local anesthetic. It will help to ensure that you feel no pain during the procedure.

  2. Next, your dentist will use a tool to loosen the tooth from the gums and socket. Once loose, it will be taken out of the mouth using forceps.

  3. Sometimes, making small cuts in the gum tissue may be necessary to remove the tooth. However, these cuts are usually conservative.

  4. The dentist will place a cotton or gauze pad over the extraction site and ask you to bite down on it to control and stop the bleeding.

  5. After the procedure, you will be given instructions on how to care for the area and be scheduled for a follow-up dental appointment.
It is normal to experience some bleeding and swelling after tooth extraction. To help reduce swelling, apply an ice pack to the area for 20 minutes. You can also take the prescribed medications if you are experiencing pain. For ideal healing, it is ideal to avoid strenuous activity, drinking through a straw for the first 24 hours and smoking for three days. Be sure to follow your dentist’s aftercare instructions.

Tooth extraction is generally safe. However, as with any dental procedure, there will be risks involved. These include:

  • Prolonged bleeding
  • Infection, including fever and chills
  • Discomfort and pain
  • Swelling and redness at the extraction site

If you experience any serious symptoms, be sure to contact your dentist right away.

Most health insurance funds will cover tooth extractions or a portion of their cost. However, this will depend on your policy. It’s always best to check with your private health insurance provider to determine how much they will cover.

Tooth extractions cost around $200 – $400 on average. However, your extraction cost may be higher, depending on the complications. For a more accurate cost, you can schedule a visit with a qualified dentist.