Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Removal of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth Removal Casula

For many of us, wisdom teeth can be impacted and cannot be left untreated – often requiring removal.

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The wisdom teeth or third molars are most familiar to the people when they get in their late teens or early twenties and older.

They are called wisdom teeth because they come out on ages where you get more “matured”.

When they grow correctly, they’re as good as your other teeth, causing you no harm and helping you chew food properly.

But when you feel discomfort and pain, see your Casula dentist immediately.

Reasons for Removing the Wisdom Teeth

A lot of people suffer from wisdom teeth problems. Wisdom teeth may grow partially or entirely. In the case of an impacted wisdom tooth, extraction may be necessary.

A wisdom tooth should be removed because of the following reasons:

  • They’re impacted
  • Growth at the wrong angle
  • You have a gum infection
  • Trapped within the jawbone


When ignored, an impacted wisdom tooth leads to the following conditions:

  • Severe pain
  • Difficulty biting
  • Infection and gum swelling
  • Damage around the tissue of your teeth
  • Development of cyst around the wisdom tooth

When to See Your Dentist

Schedule an appointment to see your Casula dentist if your wisdom teeth are causing extreme pain. We’ll check your teeth and advise you whether they need to be removed.

If your dentist Casula thinks you may need to have your wisdom teeth pulled, they’ll usually carry out an X-ray of your mouth. This gives us a clearer view of the position of your teeth.

As with any dental problems, it’s important to see your dentist as soon as possible, rather than waiting for your regular dental check-up.

The Wisdom Teeth Removal Procedure

Wisdom teeth extraction is generally performed in young adults (under the age of 25). By this time, your wisdom teeth swell, and your dentist will usually recommend you remove it.

During the wisdom tooth extraction procedure, your Casula dentist or oral surgeon will do the following:

  1. Cut through your gum tissue, exposing the tooth and bone
  2. Take out the portion of bone that blocks entry to the tooth root
  3. Divide the tooth into sections if it’s easier to remove in smaller pieces
  4. Take out the tooth
  5. Cleaning the site of the pulled tooth of any debris from the tooth or the bone
  6. Stitch the wound to promote healing
  7. Place gauze on the site to help control bleeding and to help a blood clot form

After Surgery Care

Patients who have undergone wisdom teeth extraction surgery typically recover after a week without any difficulties. The healing period will depend on the complexity of the process, the anaesthesia used, your diet, and preventive measures for complications.

Keep your head elevated for the first three days within the extraction. Never let your head tilt below your heart. Always remember that the site is a wound in your jaw, and it needs healing. Use pillows to elevate your head when lying down on your bed.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Casula

Wisdom tooth extractions performed in our Casula clinic are safe and worry-free. Your treatment plan is carefully tailored specifically for you!

Visit your Casula dentist today!

If you want to know more about wisdom teeth removal in Casula, please call us on (02) 919 99695 or request your appointment online.

We are located at Shop 17A Casula Mall, 1 Ingham Drive in Casula.


What is an impacted wisdom tooth?
A wisdom tooth is impacted if there is not enough room after the second molar for the tooth to emerge or develop normally.
Why do wisdom teeth need to be pulled?
If wisdom teeth are impacted and or cause overcrowding, extraction is done to avoid damaging the nearby teeth. If they grow in a normal position, healthy and function well, extraction is not needed.
What are some problems that can develop if I do not remove my wisdom teeth?
Wisdom teeth, if not grown properly, can more serious dental problems, including damage to surrounding teeth, jaw damage (cyst growth), inflamed/infected gum tissues, cavities, alignment problems, or sinus issues.

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