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    Extractions and oral surgery in expert hands

    Whether you need a tooth extracted or surgery for another dental problem, we provide you with safe and expert hands.

oral_surgery-icn.svgWe have our own team of oral surgeons who carry out procedures in our state-of-the-art clinic. In fact, our surgeons are so highly regarded, and in such demand, that more than 500 dentists refer their own patients to our clinic for a variety of surgical procedures.

We provide comprehensive solutions to dental problems that require oral surgery, including:

  • Tooth extraction
  • Wisdom teeth impaction
  • Frenectomy
  • Periodontal surgery
  • Bone reconstruction
  • Dental implants

When you are referred to one of our oral surgeons, they will assess your dental condition thoroughly, listen to any concerns you may have and then design a dental treatment plan to take your health, cosmetic and financial needs into account.

We guarantee our fees will not change for the duration of your treatment, so you know there will be no unexpected or unpleasant financial surprises at the end of your plan.

Our team has extensive experience in all aspects of oral surgery, and all procedures are performed in surgeries equipped to the highest of standards. We have also invested in two state-of-the-art sterilisation rooms with the latest technology to prevent cross-infection.

Depending on the severity of your problem, you will be given a local anaesthetic before your procedure. We offer a range of sedation options for nervous patients or for those undergoing lengthier treatments.

You can be assured you are in the safest of hands for the oral surgery treatment that will improve your dental health and your smile.

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