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Are you looking to get tooth extractions in Queens Park? Our adult teeth are designed to last a lifetime – but ironically, life can get in the way. Whether the cause is trauma, decay, infection or crowding problems, pulling teeth is sometimes the best option for the health and hygiene of your mouth, and could actually improve the appearance of your smile.

Some patients require extraction when turning to orthodontic treatment, in order to properly align the teeth. Others may have decay so severe that not even root canal treatment will save the tooth, and in cases of gum disease, the tissues and bone that support the tooth may be too weak anyway.

Whatever the reason, tooth extractions can be the best treatment for you, or may be essential. Whether you have a problem tooth you know needs extracting, or extraction has been recommended to you, our specialist team can help.



Here at The Doctor’s Method, tooth extractions are commonly carried out amongst our patients. While it might seem like a frightening prospect, it can go a long way in helping preserve your oral health, as well as your smile. Here’s what to expect from your treatment. 

  • First, we’ll take a look at your tooth and assess whether further treatment is required.
  • A local anaesthetic is then given to numb the area. It’s not usual for the patient to be sedated during this time, but this can be offered if desired. The tooth is then removed. Occasionally, and in cases where the tooth is impacted, it may need to be removed in segments or ‘rocked’ gently to ease it out of position. A gauze is then used to ‘plug’ the gap, and stitches may be required to aid with healing.
  • If further treatment is required which can’t be carried out at the time, we’ll book you in for a follow-up appointment.
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Routine Extractions

Routine extractions are often necessary to address various dental issues, such as severely decayed or damaged teeth, overcrowding, or to prepare for orthodontic treatment. Our experienced dental professionals perform routine extractions with utmost care and efficiency, ensuring minimal discomfort for our patients.

Before proceeding with the extraction, our team conducts a comprehensive examination and consultation to determine the most appropriate course of action. We prioritise patient comfort throughout the procedure, utilising advanced techniques and anaesthesia to minimise any sensations of discomfort.

During the extraction process, our dentists employ precise techniques to gently remove the affected tooth while preserving surrounding tissues and minimising trauma to the surrounding area. We provide thorough post-operative care instructions to promote optimal healing and ensure a smooth recovery process for our patients.

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Surgical Extractions

In certain cases where a tooth is impacted, severely damaged, or has complex root structures, surgical extraction may be required. Our dentists at The Doctors Method are highly experienced in performing surgical extractions with precision and skill, addressing even the most challenging cases with confidence.

Before the surgical extraction procedure, our team conducts a detailed assessment of the patient’s dental condition, utilising advanced imaging techniques to accurately plan the extraction process. We prioritise patient comfort and safety throughout the procedure, utilising appropriate anaesthesia and sedation options as needed.

Our experienced surgeons utilise specialised instruments and advanced surgical techniques to access and remove the impacted or problematic tooth efficiently while minimising trauma to surrounding tissues. We prioritise meticulous care to ensure optimal outcomes and promote rapid healing following the surgical extraction procedure.

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Coronectomy is an advanced dental procedure designed to address impacted lower wisdom teeth that are near the inferior alveolar nerve, reducing the risk of nerve damage associated with traditional extraction methods. At The Doctors Method, we specialise in performing coronectomy procedures with precision, offering patients a safe and effective alternative to complete tooth extraction.

Before proceeding with a coronectomy, our team will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the patient’s dental anatomy and medical history to determine candidacy for the procedure. We utilise advanced imaging technology to precisely assess the position of the impacted tooth about the surrounding structures, ensuring optimal treatment planning.

During the coronectomy procedure, our experienced surgeons carefully remove the crown portion of the impacted tooth while preserving the root fragment beneath the gum line. This approach minimises the risk of nerve injury and maintains the integrity of the surrounding tissues, promoting optimal healing and long-term oral health.

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  • How long does treatment take?

    For single tooth extraction, this can typicallybe carried out within an hour. In cases where several teeth are being removed, your appointment may take longer.

  • Does treatment hurt?

    Tooth extractions are performed under anaesthetic. You may feel movement and pressure, but shouldn’t feel pain. To keep pain and complications to a minimum following treatment:

    • Take painkillers, such as paracetamol, as necessary.
    • Keep an eye on the gauze pad (dressing) used and ensure you change it as directed.
    • Ease swelling and soothe pain by applying a cold compress to the cheek/jaw area.
    • You will require some recovery time (for instance, taking the afternoon off work) and it may not be advisable to drive straightaway.
    • Ensure you brush and floss as normal, but avoid this in and around the treated area. A saltwater rinse can also help keep the site clean.
    • Avoid smoking, which can inhibit healing, and try to eat soft foods while healing. 
  • What are the risks and side-effects?

    There are some complications which can occur following a tooth extraction. If you experience any of these, you should contact our practice as soon as possible.

    • Nausea, vomiting or fever
    • Infection
    • Redness, bleeding and swelling that won’t settle
    • Discharge in the area
    • Chest pain/cough
  • I now have a gap in my teeth. What treatment can I try?

    Those with gaps caused by missing or extracted teeth may be suitable for dental implants. This can be discussed with you at consultation stage.

  • Why choose you?

    All our treatments are provided by a fully-trained, skilled and experienced dental professional. With bespoke care, we can ensure the best outcome and right choice for you.


We know that when it comes to dental care, there’s no-one more discerning than the person having the treatment. That’s why you can trust in our outstanding patient reviews.

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