Address
FF1, 12, Ormond Blvd, Bundoora 3083
Phone
03-94677433
Phone
1300687254

Dental Extraction

The thought of having a tooth pulled is distressing to many people, but thanks to our experienced dentists, modern technology and simple tooth extraction procedure, there is nothing to be afraid of at Bundoora Family Dental Clinic. We have an expert tooth extraction dentist on hand to help make the process efficient, safe and straightforward – and to keep pain, discomfort and recovery time to a minimum.

Our clinic is ideally situated for us to perform tooth extraction for Melbourne clients from across the North East suburbs. This includes Bundoora, Greensborough, Watsonia, Rosanna, Mill Park, Heidelberg, Ivanhoe, Macleod, Reservoir, Lalor, Mernda and South Morang.

Reasons for Tooth Extractions

There are various instances where a tooth must be removed, including:

  • When a tooth is too damaged from trauma or decay to be repaired
  • When the mouth becomes crowded and a tooth must be removed to properly align the teeth or allow room for a tooth to break through the gum
  • When a tooth is infected and antibiotics or root canal therapy are unsuccessful
  • When Periodontal Disease has caused loosening of the teeth

The Procedure

Our Melbourne tooth extraction dentist will use a safe and simple extraction procedure to ensure the procedure is pain-free. We follow this up with a detailed plan for your after-care to help protect against infection and minimise any pain or discomfort. While some pain, swelling and bleeding is normal for a certain period following dental extraction, we work hard to keep this to a minimum.

To learn more about our dental extraction services or to make an appointment with our tooth extraction dentist, call our clinic now on (03) 9467 7433.

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Medicare Bulk Billing

The Commonwealth Child Dental Benefits Schedule allows for up to $1000 basic dental treatment over a two year period for eligible 2-17 year olds.

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