DENTAL SURGERY

STATE-OF-THE-ART SURGICAL FACILITIES AT VICTORIAN DENTAL GROUP

ORAL SURGERY AT VICTORIAN DENTAL GROUP.

DETERMINING THE NEED FOR DENTAL SURGERY

Victorian Dental Group caters for many dental surgical procedures. A full Comprehensive Examination is performed first to assess the status of every tooth and associated tissue concerns. Using state-of-the-art technology, we assess the viability of your tooth, it’s nerve innovation and the suitability and risks of any extraction. Our Dentists and network of oral surgeons are then able to respond to your specific needs.

TYPES OF DENTAL SURGERY

IS ORAL SURGERY PAINFUL? - ANAESTHETICS AND DENTAL SURGERY

Anaesthetic improves your comfort level by reducing any pain sensations.

There are two types of anaesthetics available for dental surgery; local or general anaesthetic. Broadly – Local anaesthetic causes a temporary loss of sensation (pain) to a localised set of tissues, whereas general anaesthetic temporarily changes your state of consciousness.

Local Anaesthetic is applied by registered dental practitioners. General Anaesthetic is administered by a trained medical anesthesiologist and is often reserved for hospital-based surgical procedures.

TOPICAL DENTAL NUMBING AGENTS

Before an injection at Victorian Dental Group, we apply a prescription-only topical agent to the tissue so that the superficial tissues that receive the injection are numb prior to the injection.

FAQs

HOW MUCH IS IT DO HAVE A TOOTH TAKEN REMOVED?

Depending on the position and status of the tooth (E.g. if the tooth require surgical extraction) the price range for tooth extration is $350-$450. This does not include impacted wisdom tooth removal requring hospitalisaton.

Oral surgery can be required for the following reasons:

  • Wisdom teeth issues
  • Misaligned jaw
  • Reconstructive surgery following an injury
  • Cleft lip and palate surgery
  • Cancer in the face, jaw or neck area
  • Obstructive sleep apnea

Yes, you can. We have on the spot claiming via hi-caps . You just need to bring your card with you and depending on the level of your cover available, you will only need to pay any applicable gap payment on the day.

Yes. Payments plans are available via AfterpayZippay and Openpay services.

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