Wisdom Teeth Removal in Hamilton Hill

If you’re experiencing discomfort or pain from your wisdom teeth, it may be time to consider having them removed. AP Dental offers wisdom teeth removal in Hamilton Hill, and we can help you get the relief you need. We use the latest technology and equipment to make the process as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!

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Get Relief from Wisdom Teeth Pain with a Wisdom Teeth Removal Procedure from Our Experienced Team of Dentists

Wisdom teeth can be a real pain — literally. They can become impacted, which means they grow in at an angle and become trapped beneath the gums. As a result, you might experience severe pain, swelling in your jaw, and even headaches.

Wisdom teeth are often removed because they crowd other teeth, causing damage to them. They are also prone to infection, leading to serious dental health problems if untreated. If you’re experiencing wisdom tooth pain, see a dentist immediately to have them evaluated.

At AP Dental, we use the latest dental technology to diagnose problems and remove affected wisdom teeth quickly and efficiently. During your consultation appointment, we will discuss your options for treatment and help you decide if wisdom teeth removal is right for you based on your symptoms and x-rays. We understand that wisdom teeth can be a source of dental pain and discomfort, and we are committed to providing our patients with pain relief. Our experienced team will make you comfortable and relaxed throughout the entire process, and we will do everything we can so that you have a positive experience. At AP Dental, we provide exceptional dental care.

Dental Problems You Need a  Wisdom Teeth Removal  
Treatment For

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Wisdom Teeth Pain

Wisdom teeth pain is usually caused by inflammation of the gums around the wisdom teeth. Removal of the wisdom tooth can relieve this pain.

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Gum Disease

When wisdom teeth come in, they can difficult to clean, leading to bacterial plaque accumulation. This can result in gum irritation and inflammation, leading to gum disease, an infection that can cause redness, swelling, and bleeding

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Dental Abscess

Dental abscesses are pus-filled pockets that form in the gums or teeth caused by bacteria. Wisdom teeth are especially susceptible to dental abscesses because they're hard to clean.

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Severe Toothache

Wisdom teeth often cause severe toothaches as they push through the gums. Infection or abscess may also cause a severe toothache in the wisdom teeth.

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Wisdom Teeth Pain

When there isn’t enough space for the wisdom tooth, the tooth either erupts at an angle or might not erupt at all. When this happens, the wisdom tooth and other surrounding structures become susceptible to tooth decay, gum disease and root damage, which can cause pain and swelling. The timely removal of these impacted teeth can prevent these dental problems.

Why Choose A P Dental 


Compassionate and Highly
Skilled Dental Team

At AP Dental, we understand that wisdom teeth removal can be a stressful experience. Our compassionate and highly skilled dental team will put you at ease and perform the wisdom teeth removal procedure with the utmost care. We had extensive training in wisdom teeth removal and will work closely with you for an efficient and comfortable procedure.

State-of-the-Art Dental

AP Dental is an excellent place to have your wisdom teeth removed. We have a state-of-the-art dental clinic that is clean, comfortable, and equipped with the latest technology. We are updated with the newest advancements in modern dentistry and have everything you need for a seamless and safe procedure.


Flexible Payment Offers

We understand that finances can be a significant consideration for dental care, so we offer various payment options at AP Dental. We accept all private health insurance funds, and we offer payment plans for those who need extra flexibility. We also accept Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CBHS) and DVA Health Cards to make dental services more accessible.

Sedation Options

We firmly believe that wisdom teeth removal doesn’t have to be a painful or anxiety-inducing experience. That’s why our practice offers a variety of sedation options to help our patients relax and feel comfortable during the procedure. We offer both intravenous (IV) sedation and inhalation sedation (nitrous oxide) at AP Dental, so you can choose the option that meets your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions about Wisdom Teeth Removal 

Your dentist may recommend the removal of your wisdom teeth if they are causing or may potentially cause dental problems. Wisdom tooth extraction may be a good option for you if you have any of the following:

  • Infection and pain: If your wisdom teeth are infected, they can cause pain and swelling. 
  • Overcrowding and Misalignment: If you do not have enough space for your wisdom teeth, they may cause overcrowding or misaligned teeth. If you have overcrowded teeth and are about to undergo orthodontic treatment, you may also be recommended to have your wisdom teeth removed.
  • Cavities and gum disease: Wisdom teeth are difficult to clean. They can increase your risk of cavities and gum disease.
  • Damage to other teeth: Other teeth can be damaged by wisdom teeth coming in at an incorrect angle. Also, impacted teeth may make surrounding teeth more prone to decay.

We encourage you to schedule a consultation appointment at AP Dental if you are experiencing any of these issues. Our friendly team of dentists can help determine whether wisdom teeth removal is right for you. There are many reasons to consider wisdom tooth removal, and we can help you decide.

Getting your wisdom teeth removed can provide several oral health benefits:

  • It can ease the pressure on adjacent teeth and prevent damage.
  • It can prevent overcrowding.
  • Teeth become easier to clean, and cavities are prevented.
  • It can reduce the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.
  • It reduces the risk of cyst and tumour development.

Wisdom teeth removal can be painful. However, with the advancements in medicine and dentistry, we have come a long way in ensuring that patients are comfortable during the procedure. Aside from local anesthesia, which can numb the area around the wisdom teeth, we also provide various sedation options to reduce pain, including intravenous (IV) sedation and inhalation sedation (nitrous oxide). You will be sedated according to your needs and preferences.

Our dedicated team will work with you to determine the most appropriate type of sedation for your needs. 

For some people, wisdom teeth come in without any problems. For others, wisdom teeth can cause all sorts of problems. They can push against other teeth and damage them if they’re not removed. This can result in pain, overcrowding, and bite problems. Also, wisdom teeth are difficult to clean, which increases their susceptibility to decay and infection. A severe case of wisdom teeth impaction may even cause cysts to form in the jawbone. This happens when there is fluid build-up between the enamel and the crown of an impacted tooth.

Depending on your preference, you may choose to have sedation for your wisdom tooth removal. AP Dental offers various levels of sedation to help you feel more comfortable during the procedure. We offer sedation options, such as intravenous (IV) sedation and inhalation sedation. As part of our IV sedation service, we work with an anaesthesiologist, who will be present during your treatment along with your dentist.

Dental treatments will be administered under sedation, and you will awaken having had the procedure completed. Our inhalation sedation uses nitrous oxide, also known as “happy gas” or “laughing gas,” wherein a small nosepiece will be used to inhale the gas. It will help reduce your pain and anxiety during wisdom teeth removal. 

The removal of wisdom teeth is a common procedure that can provide many benefits. However, there are also some restrictions that you need to be aware of after the procedure:

  • Avoid vigorous brushing, spitting, and rinsing the mouth within 24 hours after surgery so as not to dislodge the blood clot.  
  • Avoid drinking through a straw and eating crunchy foods like nuts and seeds for at least 24 hours after surgery. They can cause the blood clot that forms to become dislodged, leading to bleeding and pain.
  • Avoid excessive movement and strenuous activities that can dislodge blood clots or stitches.  
  • Avoid hard or spicy foods for a few days, as they can irritate the healing sites.
  • Avoid hot foods and drinks as they may cause swelling. 
  • Do not smoke for at least 72 hours after surgery, as this can delay healing and increase the risk of infection.
  • Do not chew on the side of your mouth where the surgery was performed.


Following these simple guidelines can help you heal quickly and enjoy all the benefits of having your wisdom teeth removed.

Recovery times vary from person to person, depending on the difficulty of the surgery and the healing process of a patient’s body. Most people feel back to normal within one week, but it can take up to two weeks to a month for some to recover fully.

You should avoid driving for a few hours after wisdom teeth removal so that your body has time and the opportunity to recuperate following the procedure. Aside from this, if you have been sedated, you’ll be safer if someone else drives you home since it is expected that you’ll be drowsy after the procedure. 

Wisdom teeth removal price varies based on the complexity of the procedure. A simple wisdom tooth extraction starts at $300, while a complex wisdom tooth removal requiring surgical bone removal and tooth division starts at $400. Please schedule a consultation appointment at AP Dental if you would like an accurate quote.

Your health insurance may cover the wisdom teeth removal cost if you have a general dental extras policy. However, surgically removing wisdom teeth may require a major dental extras policy. For more information regarding your wisdom teeth extraction coverage, please get in touch with your health insurance fund provider.

Get a Smile that Stands Out

At AP Dental, we are proud to offer a wide range of dental services to meet the needs of our patients. From professional cleanings and dental fillings to more complex procedures, we are here to help you maintain a brighter, healthier smile. Book your appointment today and see the difference our team can make.