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First For Tooth Extractions In Cambridge

We offer a same day Tooth extraction service in Cambridge 7 days a week. Our Skilled Surgical team is able to extract 99.5% of teeth

We usually try and save every tooth. However and we see 100+ patients a month with a really bad toothache, and extraction is the only realistic option.

We are also seeing about 50 patients a month who are on the NHS Extraction Waiting List.

Rotten Teeth at the Hub Dental Practice In Cambridge. First For Tooth Extractions In Cambridge. Open 7 days a week. Call 01908 690326.

Suffering on a Waiting List is not much fun. Its a shame because almost all of the extractions turn out to be very  straight forward and very easy for our Oral Surgery Team.

So if you’re in pain give us a call. 96% of all patients who use our 7 day emergency dental service have their extraction completed at the first visit.

So Call us on 01223 363277: A real person always answer the phone 24/7. We are the only dental practice in Cambridge which answer the phone and offer you a same day emergency dental appointments 7 days a week.

Some problems really do  require an extraction to regain optimal dental health and provide successful Restorative treatment.

Dental Sedation Available 7 Days a week

A Great Team Of Experienced Dentists

We have a very experienced team of dentists

They offer a full range of Tooth Extractions including complex Wisdom Tooth Extractions.

In the most complex cases we can do 3D CT scans  without any delay as we have the very latest CT scanner at the practice

Generally most patients who have oral surgery procedures do so because of pain

In the vast majority of cases we offer a same day surgery service.

Our Cambridge Emergency Dental Service is open 7 days a week, Every bank holiday indeed every day!

And we’re open 7 days a week, every week.

Difficult Teeth Extractions

To some extent all extractions are difficult, but we have a very experienced Oral Surgery Team and we can offer TREATMENT WITH OUT DELAY WHICH IS affordable, professional and convenient.

We also have a full range of Diagnostic X-ray Tools: Panoral and CT Scans

Tooth Extractions
Wisdom Tooth Extractions
Surgical Tooth Extractions
Broken Tooth Roots
Twisted Tooth Roots
Tooth Roots near to Nerves
Tooth Roots near to sinus’s
Impacted Canine Teeth
Impacted Wisdom Teeth

We Can Help Nervous Patients

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may have an impacted wisdom tooth:

We complete over a 100 Wisdom Tooth extractions a month. Most of these are straight forward and are completed very quickly and painlessly.

The more difficult cases will either be because there is a risk of nerve damage, excessive bone removal or orientation.

We offer dental care 7 days a week 365 days a year.

We offer Sedation 7 days a week

We are seeing and Increasing number of patients who are on NHS 12 month+ waiting lists for simple and straight forward Oral Surgery procedures and extractions.

We offer an easy, affordable and quick way for patients to have their treatment completed.

Painless Dentistry

Virtually Painless Tooth Extractions

Most patients are very happy to have their Tooth Extractions done with a local Anaesthetic.

But we also offer 7 day IV sedation dentistry to help patients overcome dental phobias and undergo surgical extractions in complete comfort.

With sedation dentistry, you will feel almost no pain at all, you will be relaxed and at ease throughout the procedure.

Leaflet Downloads

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Click to Download our Leaflet about Apicectomy
Click to Download our Post Extraction Care Leaflet

We Place 600+ Dental Implants a year

Our Oral Surgery Team

All our dentists are trained to carry out most surgical procedures including Tooth Extractions and Bone Augmentation. Between them, they carry out several hundred Oral Surgery procedures a month.

We offer an Oral Surgery service 7 Days A Week

Our Senior Oral Surgery Team is made up

Dr Selcuk Erkan
Dr Jaime De Castro Torres
Dr Ezgi Cilingir
Dr David Gilmartin
Dr Elisabet Cortes
Dr Giovanni Marras
Dr Kamila Magda
Dr Ana (Patricia) Senra Basto,
Dr Veronica Fratila,

To make an appointment please ring 01223 363277 or email us on [email protected]
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Regular Hygienist Visits Just £45

Our Tooth Extraction and Oral Surgery Charges

Most oral surgery procedures we perform are simple extractions and the charges begin at £95 with the average being £115

However complicated oral surgery procedures involves more complex surgery.

As with every thing we do, we would offer a written cost breakdown before any Tooth Extraction procedures are performed.

We Gown up (Surgical Gowns) before all complex surgical procedures

Our Extraction and Oral Surgery Charges

Treatment Fee
Extractions From £185
Complex Multi Rooted Extractions From £300
Simple Wisdom Extractions From £250
Complex Multi Rooted Wisdom Extractions From £300
Surgical Wisdom Tooth Extractions From £300
Wisdom Tooth Extractions From £265
Frenectomies From £250 (Average £365)
Apicectomies From £400 (Average £645)

Highest Standards Of Infection Control

Emergency Dental Treatment

Dry Socket Treatments

First of all it very hard to predict a dry socket. However when it happens after a Tooth Extraction its very sore and needs urgent attention.

Our 7 day Emergency Dental Service in Cambridge is the answer!!

Diagnosis

Severe pain following a tooth extraction is often enough for your dentist or oral surgeon to suspect dry socket. He or she will also ask about any other symptoms and examine your mouth to see if you have a blood clot in your tooth socket and whether you have exposed bone.

You may need to have X-rays taken of your mouth and teeth to rule out other conditions, such as a bone infection (osteomyelitis) or small fragments of root or bone remaining in the wound after surgery.

Treatment

Treatment of dry socket focuses on reducing symptoms, particularly pain. Dry socket treatment may include:

  • Flushing out the socket. Flushing out the socket can remove any food particles or other debris that may contribute to pain or possible infection.
  • Medicated dressings. We can pack the tooth Extraction socket with medicated gel or paste and medicated dressings. These can provide relatively fast pain relief. The severity of your pain and other symptoms will determine whether you need dressing changes and how often or if you need other treatment.
  • Pain medication. Usually essential.
  • Self-care. Once the dressing is removed, you may need to flush the socket at home to promote healing and eliminate debris. Typically you’ll receive instructions and a plastic syringe with a curved tip to squirt water, salt water or a prescription rinse into the socket. You’ll likely need to continue the rinse until the socket no longer collects any debris.

Once treatment is started, you may soon begin to feel some pain relief. Pain and other symptoms should continue to improve and will likely be gone within a few days. However, keep scheduled appointments with your dentist for dressing changes and other care.

 

Choice of Male and Female dentists

No Wait Oral Surgery in Cambridge

We have a very experienced team of dentists who offer a full range of Oral Surgery Procedures including Tooth Extractions.

Last month more than 500 patients used our emergency dental service and our dentists are very experienced in Oral Surgical Procedures.

95% of Oral surgery procedures involve tooth extractions.

As the only Dental Practice in Cambridge that is open 7 days a week 365 days a year we do several hundred Oral Surgery procedures a month.

In the most complex cases we can do 3D CT scans.

Generally most patients who have oral surgery procedures do so because of pain, and in the vast majority of cases we offer a same day surgery service.

We offer Sedation 7 days a week

We are seeing and Increasing number of patients who are on NHS 12 month+ waiting lists for simple and straight forward Tooth Extraction and Oral Surgery procedures.

Why do we have wisdom teeth?
Adults can have up to 32 teeth. The wisdom teeth are the last to come through, right at the back. They usually appear when you are between 17 and 25. Although sometimes they appear many years later.

Nowadays people often have jaws that are too small for all 32 teeth – 28 is often the most we have room for. So if all the other teeth are present and healthy there may not be enough space for the wisdom teeth to come through properly.

Do wisdom teeth always cause problems?
No. If there is enough room they will usually come through into a useful position and cause no more problems than any other tooth.

Often there will be some slight discomfort as they come through, but this is only temporary and will disappear once the tooth is fully in position.

What is an impacted wisdom tooth?
If there is not enough room, the wisdom tooth may try to come through, but will get stuck against the tooth in front of it. The wisdom tooth will be at an angle, and will be described by the dentist as ‘impacted’.

What problems should I be prepared for with wisdom teeth?
If part of the wisdom tooth has appeared through the gum and part of it is still covered, the gum may become sore and perhaps swollen. Food particles and bacteria can collect under the gum edge, and it will be difficult to clean the area effectively.

Your dentist will tell you whether this is a temporary problem that can be dealt with by using mouthwashes and special cleaning methods (and possibly antibiotics), or whether it is better to have the tooth removed.

What can I do to help relieve the discomfort of wisdom teeth?
If your gums are sore and swollen, use a mouthwash of medium hot water with a teaspoonful of salt. (Check that it is not too hot before using it.) Swish the salt water around the tooth, trying to get into the areas your toothbrush cannot reach. An antibacterial mouthwash such as Corsodyl can also reduce the inflammation. Pain-relieving tablets such as paracetamol or aspirin can also be useful in the short term, but see your dentist if the pain continues.

But if it does not help?
If the pain does not go away or if you find it difficult to open your mouth, you should see a dentist. They will be able to see the cause of the problem, and tell you what to do. It may help to clean around the tooth very thoroughly, and the dentist may give you a prescription for an antibiotic.

Are x-rays needed for wisdom teeth?
The dentist will usually take x-rays to see the position of the root, and to see whether there is room for the tooth to come through into a useful position.

What are the main reasons for taking wisdom teeth out?
· When it is clear that the wisdom teeth will not be able to come through into a useful position because there is not enough room, and they are also causing some pain or discomfort.
· If they have only partly come through and are decayed – such teeth will often be more likely to decay as it will be difficult to clean them as thoroughly as your other teeth.
· If the wisdom tooth is causing a cleaning problem and has no real use.
· If the wisdom tooth starts to ‘over-grow’. This often happens if the lower one has already been removed or is impacted and cannot come through, and the upper one has no tooth to bite against. The upper one will come down too far, looking for a tooth to make contact with.
· If they are painful.

Are wisdom teeth difficult to take out?
It all depends on the position and the shape of the roots. Your dentist will tell you how easy or difficult each tooth will be to remove after looking at the x-rays. Upper wisdom teeth are often easier to remove than lower ones, which are more likely to be impacted. Your dentist will say whether the tooth should be taken out at the dental practice, or whether you should be referred to a specialist (oral surgeon) at a hospital. Very occasionally there is a possibility of some numbness of the lip after the removal of a lower tooth – your dentist will tell you if it is possible in your case.

You will probably have either a local anaesthetic – as you would have for a filling – or sedation. You could also have a general anaesthetic (where you would be asleep), but this will usually be given only in a hospital.

Will it make any difference to my face or mouth?
Taking wisdom teeth out may cause some swelling for a few days. But as soon as the area is healed, there will be no difference to your face or appearance. Your mouth will feel more comfortable and less crowded, especially if the teeth were impacted.

What should I expect after a wisdom tooth is taken out?
The amount of discomfort will depend on how easy it was to take the tooth out. There is usually some swelling and discomfort for a few days afterwards, and it is important to follow any advice you get about mouthwashes and so on, to help with the healing. Some people also find homeopathic remedies help to reduce discomfort.

Usual pain-killers such as paracetamol, aspirin or ibuprofen will usually deal with any pain. It is best to stay fairly quiet and relaxed for 24 hours afterwards to make sue there are no bleeding problems. There may be some stitches to help the gum heal over. Your dentist will probably want to see you again about a week later to check on the healing, and to remove any stitches.

What does it cost to remove wisdom teeth?
The cost depends on what is involved. We will discuss costs and payment methods with your dentist before starting treatment.

First For Tooth Extraction In Cambridge

We offer a same day Tooth extraction service in Cambridge 7 days a week. Our Skilled Surgical team is able to extract 99.5% of teeth

We usually try and save every tooth. However and we see 100+ patients a month with a really bad toothache, and having the tooth out is the only realistic option.

We are also seeing about 50 patients a month who are on the NHS Extraction Waiting List.

Suffering on a Waiting List is not much fun. Its a shame because almost all of the extractions turn out to be very  straight forward and very easy for our Oral Surgery Team.

So if you’re in pain give us a call. 96% of all patients who use our 7 day emergency dental service have their extraction completed at the first visit.

So Call us on 01223 363277: A real person always answer the phone 24/7.

Some problems really do  require an extraction to regain optimal dental health and provide successful Restorative treatment.

Tooth Extraction by Experienced Dentists

We have a very experienced team of dentists

They offer a full range of surgeries including complex Wisdom Tooth surgery.

In the most complex cases we can do 3D CT scans  without any delay as we have the very latest CT scanner at the practice

Generally most patients who have oral surgery procedures do so because of pain

In the vast majority of cases we offer a same day surgery service.

Our Cambridge Emergency Dental Service is open 7 days a week, Every bank holiday indeed every day!

And we’re open 7 days a week, every week in Cambridge as well

Dental Extractions in Cambridge

 

 

 

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