Wisdom teeth Extraction

Why address the wisdom teeth extraction?

Wisdom teeth, which commonly emerge later than other teeth, can encounter problems due to insufficient space in the jaw and may cause issues such as:

Pain & Swelling

Discomfort at the back of your mouth can disrupt your daily life.


Stuck below the gum line, they trap food and increase infection risks.


Pushing on other teeth, they can misalign your smile and bite.


In severe cases, they can harm nearby teeth or bone tissue.

Early removal prevents these problems, promoting long-term oral health and a happier smile.


Your Comfort is our Priority

At Beecroft Smiles, we utilize advanced technology and compassionate care to ensure your extraction is as comfortable as possible. Here’s what you can expect

Local anesthesia

Keeps you pain-free during the procedure.

Relax and forget the procedure entirely.

Experienced specialists

Our dentists prioritize your comfort and well-being.

Quick & efficient removal

Minimize downtime with a streamlined process

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Seamless Recovery

You will recieve clear instructions after your treatment

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Frequently Asked Questions about Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Recovery from wisdom teeth extraction typically takes about 1 to 2 weeks, although individual healing times may vary based on factors such as the complexity of the extraction and the individual’s overall health.

Wisdom teeth extraction can be uncomfortable, but the level of pain experienced varies among individuals. Dentists usually provide pain medication to manage any discomfort during the recovery period.

The healing time for the socket after wisdom tooth extraction varies but typically takes about 7 to 10 days for the initial healing process. Complete healing of the socket may take several weeks as new bone and soft tissue gradually fill in the area.

The duration of a wisdom tooth extraction procedure itself depends on factors such as the number of teeth being removed, their position, and the complexity of the procedure. On average, the extraction process can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour or more.