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Dental Extraction Sydney

Tooth Extractions in Sydney

As innovative dentists in Sydney, the team at Pitt St Dental Centre emphasises preventative dentistry to minimise dental complications later in life. Taking good care of your teeth, mouth and gums often result in enhanced health and overall wellbeing.

For teeth damaged by caries, injury or gum disease beyond repair, we can offer gentle teeth removal with a range of anaesthetic options to make sure you are comfortable. We will also discuss all the tooth replacement options with you. 


Comfortable and Stress-Free Dental Extractions

Our dentists understand that tooth extractions can be extremely stressful and overwhelming for some patients. We’re sensitive to the fact that dentists aren’t a pleasant experience for everyone, so we go above and beyond to make you feel comfortable and relaxed.

Right from the beginning, your dentist explains all procedures, results and risks thoroughly. You then have the opportunity to ask as many questions as you like to ensure that you’re completely comfortable. Even after a consultation, we strongly recommend that you call our practice should any questions pop up at any time.


Sedation Dentistry Services

For some dental extractions, sedation dentistry is recommended to comfortably complete the procedure. For others, we might recommend it to minimise stress, pain and discomfort as you will have no recollection or memory of the procedure.

With sedation dentistry, our Pitt St Dental Centre dentists ensure that you are completely and relaxed. Dental sedation means that you feel no pain, discomfort or stress thanks to specially administered anaesthetics monitored by highly trained Dental Sedationists. 

There are generally minimal risks and complications associated with sedation dentistry. Your dentist will explain the entire procedure with you, including what happens during sedation, thoroughly before commencement.


Aftercare and Restorative Solutions

After you’ve had a tooth, or a number of teeth, extracted, it’s important to follow dentist instructions to reduce inflammation and pain. Your dentist will provide you, and sometimes your guardian, with comprehensive aftercare instructions to ensure a quick and simple recovery.

Following a tooth extraction, our dental team will guide you through the range of treatment options for replacing your lost tooth. Depending on your lifestyle and requirements, solutions may include dental implants, fixed bridges or dentures.

For restorative dental solutions following a tooth extraction, we work with you to select the most appropriate and low maintenance option for a natural-looking smile.


Experienced in Oral Health and Extractions

At Pitt St Dental Centre, our dentists and dental hygienists are committed to minimising the need for dental extractions. Throughout all checkups and dental services, we emphasise the importance of preventative dentistry and maintaining good oral health. By regular brushing, flossing and attending twice-yearly checkups and professional cleans, you can minimise your risk of gum disease and dental problems.

When tooth extractions are required, the experienced dentists at Pitt St Dental Centre will guide you through the entire process with care and make the experience as comfortable as possible. 

With flexible payment plans available, book a consultation with our Sydney dentists to discuss any of your dental concerns.

Disclaimer: All treatment carries risks. Individual consultations are required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.  Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Contact us for more information. Rebates may vary depending on your individual health fund.



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*Disclaimer: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.



**T&Cs of your procedure will be provided to you during your consultation. For more information, please call our office on (02) 9223 4767