Tooth Extractions

Pain-free Tooth Extractions in Kinross

Some medical problems or dental injuries may require tooth extractions.
In some cases, removing a tooth may be the best thing to do because of a serious infection, tooth decay, or gum disease. Our priority is to save your natural teeth. However, there are times when there are no other alternatives.
Tooth extraction is the process of removing a tooth from its socket in your jaw bone. It is usually necessary to extract a tooth when it has become infected, decayed too much to be saved by a filling, or has been injured so badly that it cannot be held in place.

The Advantages of Tooth Extractions

If you’re experiencing toothaches, your dentist may recommend tooth extraction if it’s severely damaged and cannot be repaired by other dental treatments. Here are some benefits of tooth extraction:
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Why Choose Smiles in Currambine for Tooth Extractions in Kinross

Toothaches are very unpleasant and challenging to take care of. It is best to get treatment for your painful toothaches as soon as possible. A procedure such as fillings or a root canal could save a tooth. Otherwise, our dental team may recommend a tooth extraction. At Smiles in Currambine, we will do everything necessary to keep your teeth healthy.

Our friendly team offers an efficient and painless tooth extraction procedure. We will conduct a comprehensive examination and take a cautious approach to determine whether tooth extraction is required.


We are always happy to help and would like you to stay in touch with us if you have any dental issues. Our team of professionals will do everything they can to provide the appropriate care for your dental needs.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Do you have questions about our dental services? Check out below for answers or browse through more information.

Extractions may be recommended if you have the following:

  • Advanced gum disease
  • Broken teeth
  • Impacted wisdom teeth
  • Malformed teeth
  • Severe infection
  • Severe tooth decay
  • Supernumerary or supplementary teeth (extra teeth)
  • Preparation for dentures or orthodontic treatment

Before proceeding with the tooth extraction procedure, we will first assess the condition of your teeth. We may perform X-rays and other imaging tests. It will help us figure out what steps need to be taken to ensure the best treatment for your needs.

The dentist uses an elevator instrument to loosen a tooth for extraction. Once it’s loose, your tooth is removed using forceps. If you have an impacted tooth, your dentist will recommend surgical extraction. It is a procedure usually done for wisdom teeth removal. It starts by making a small cut in the gum tissue around that part of the mouth. Then, any bone structure that is blocking the way into one’s mouth is removed.

We know that most people are nervous about dentists, but our dental team provides painless and gentle dental services for our patients. We provide anaesthetic medications to make sure that our patients will feel comfortable during the entire procedure. When necessary, sutures can be used to aid in the healing process. Before and after the procedure, our dental staff will give you detailed instructions about your recovery process.

It is our priority to save and keep your teeth healthy. We make sure all of our patients are given an option other than a tooth extraction, such as fillings or root canal therapy. If tooth extraction is required, we will conduct a comprehensive examination and take a cautious approach before proceeding with the procedure.
The cost of dental treatment can vary depending on the severity and complexity of the condition. Simple extractions typically cost $85 to $285, while more complex procedures like tooth divisions can cost between $375 and $700.
Dental extractions can be expensive and vary depending on many factors. Non-surgical extractions of teeth can cost up to $285. If the tooth needs to be sectioned out, the extraction can cost up to $350. For dental surgery or extraction of teeth or tooth fragments that require bone removal or tooth division, the price can range from $375 to $700.

Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most effective ways to prevent tooth extractions. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing daily can keep you from developing oral diseases or infections that may require tooth extraction.

Healthy teeth are vital for your overall health and wellbeing. It helps your body eat the nutritional foods that you need to fight infections. Therefore, you should avoid foods like sweetened drinks and snacks, which can attract bacteria and wear down your teeth over time.

Lastly, to maintain good oral health and prevent the need for extractions, you should visit your dentist regularly. A regular checkup can help find any problems early on and treat them before they get worse.

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Schedule Your Appointment With Us Today

Our dentists in Currambine make every effort to accommodate the scheduling needs of your family. From offering evening hours to weekend appointment times, we are sure to have something that works for your busy routine.

If you are in pain or have any other dental emergency, please call us right away so we can try to book you in as soon as possible.

Your Safety Is Our Top Priority!

We would like to take some time to let you know that we always follow strict universal infection control standards, and patient safety and the safety of our team is our priority.

The risk of exposure to the virus in our dental surgery is extremely low. We are an accredited dental practice and maintain the highest quality of care and standards at all times irrespective of any outbreaks such as Coronavirus.

We sterilise our instruments and disinfect all clinical and reception areas after each patient to prevent any risk of cross-contamination. Our staff are fully trained and certified to do this to the highest standards.

What Specifically Are We Doing at Our Practice to Protect Patients?

Our strict protocol includes our receptionists establishing in advance if patients:

  • Have any symptoms including fever/history of fever and shortness of breath or a cough or a sore throat.
  • They have travelled overseas or interstate in the last 2 weeks.
  • Been in close contact with anyone who has had confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) or who has been in a health facility treating them.
  • Visited any exposure sites or high risk area as per Healthy WA

We would like to ask patients who have travelled to high-risk zones and exposure sites within the last 2 weeks to postpone non-urgent general dental treatment, if in doubt please call us on 9305 4888.

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