Wisdom Teeth Removal

The third set of molars that grow at the back of your mouth are called wisdom teeth. Usually, wisdom teeth grow between the ages of 17 to 25 years, but for some, it might even happen at a later stage. The maximum number of wisdom teeth that can grow is up to 4, but it can be any number, mostly lesser.


In case wisdom teeth grow properly, you are safe. There might be minor discomfort during the growth of wisdom teeth, but this is common for all. In some cases, the wisdom teeth will not grow straight or might grow in the path of other teeth. The mouth of some people might also be too small to accommodate the wisdom teeth, and this might be a hindrance for the teeth to grow.


If they do not grow properly, they can lead to great problems including severe pain gum inflammation, and sometimes, even tooth decay and other major diseases. If you experience pain or much discomfort while your wisdom teeth are growing, it is highly important that you consult a dentist.

Reasons for Wisdom Teeth Removal

Your wisdom teeth have to be removed if

  • They are unable to grow fully

  • The growth is painful

  • An infection is developed in the teeth

  • Improper growth of teeth

  • Decay in the wisdom teeth

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

The Procedure

The wisdom teeth Removal will be done by providing anaesthetic and there might be no pain during the removal, but there will be discomfort after the effect wears off. It generally takes 1 or 2 sittings for the removal.

After the Wisdom Teeth Removal

Once the wisdom teeth removal is done, there will be bleeding and discomfort for some time. Our dentists will provide proper medication and post-operative instructions, which is mandatory to be followed.

Best Wisdom Teeth Removal Treatment in Penrith

The best wisdom teeth Removal treatment is provided by Penrith Dental Clinic. We perform the process while seeing to it that our clients do not experience discomfort and we make use of the latest techniques. Call us today on 02 4721 7771 or book an appointment online.

“Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.”