At Warnervale Dental, the safety and well-being of our employees and our patients is always our top priority. We are actively monitoring the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation and taking steps to help keep our staff and patients safe.
Dental Practices are, by nature, exceptionally sanitised environments. And now, even more precautions are being taken.
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Our goal is to continue to offer our patients the level of quality, efficient and friendly service that you have come to expect from Warnervale Dental whilst doing our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
We thank you for your support during this time.
Wisdom teeth (third molars) usually push through (erupt) in the late teens or early twenties. They are the last teeth to erupt. If the wisdom teeth erupt and there is insufficient room in the mouth to accommodate them or if a wisdom tooth is unable to erupt due to being wedged against the tooth in front of it, it will require extraction. Your dentist will arrange the appropriate radiographs (x-ray) to assess and recommend how the teeth should be extracted. Typical images for wisdom teeth are: Orthopantomogram (OPG) and 3D Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT). Both images are able to be taken at our practice. In some difficult cases, a referral to an Oral Maxillofacial Surgeon may be indicated.