No, we’ll only recommend removing them if necessary – that means only if they’re causing problems for your other teeth or your jaw development or bite.
No. Extractions at Clyde Munro are always carried out under local anaesthesia, with sedation options available for pain and anxiety relief.
You’ll probably want to take a day or two off school or work to get used to managing the inevitable swelling and low-level pain that occurs after surgery, as well as cleaning the tooth socket. We will provide you with a comprehensive after-care plan, and you can expect a full recovery within two weeks of the extraction.