Wisdom Teeth Extractions

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Wisdom teeth are usually the last set of teeth to erupt. Provided your wisdom teeth erupts properly and are properly aligned you’re unlikely to experience any problems. It’s not uncommon for wisdom teeth to erupt sideways. Consequently, as they impact onto your other adjacent molars teeth, they can cause problems for your oral and general health.

Signs of wisdom teeth pain

  • Redness
  • Tenderness and jaw pain
  • Bad breath
  • Swelling of the gums around the tooth
  • Cysts around the tooth
  • Bad taste in the mouth when eating


If you suspect that tooth pain is associated with your wisdom teeth, then we urge you to make an appointment with us. Ignoring the symptoms can lead to more serious problems developing and involve more complex surgery and higher costs.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Melbourne

Our Cowes dentists use the latest digital imaging and diagnostic technologies to assess the development and future eruption of wisdom teeth to decide if wisdom teeth removal is necessary.

In simple cases, you’ll be given a local anesthetic to numb the area so that you don’t feel any pain as the tooth is pulled. In more complex cases, it may require a surgical extraction whereby a small incision on the gum is made to make extraction easier.

If you’re having trouble with your wisdom teeth call (03) 5952 2686 and schedule a wisdom tooth assessment.

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Have Some Questions?

What Insurances Do You Accept?

We accept all health fund insurance and we are preferred providers of Medibank Private, CBHS, NIB, and HCF.

What Other Forms of Payment Do You Accept?

Along with insurance, we accept Cash, Credit Cards & Dental Health Insurance Cards. We also accept and process vouchers under their Medicare Card (Children Dental Benefits Schedule), Department of Veteran Affairs Cards, and Victorian Emergency & Victorian General Dental Scheme.

Where Are You Located?

Supreme Dental Cowes is conveniently located within Cowes (Philip Island) Medical Centre. There is plenty of parking directly out front in our car park on-site.

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