Maitland Dental Care
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Extractions and Oral Surgery

Extractions and Oral Surgery

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Sometimes extractions and oral surgery are the only viable solution to a recurring dental problem. When this happens we offer supportive and valuable advice on exactly why you need to take the surgical route to better oral health.

There are many reasons why a tooth might need to be removed from your mouth. Severe damage, cracks or decay and periodontal disease, are just a few precursors to eventually needing to have a tooth extracted.

Wisdom teeth are also often removed because they are impacted against other teeth – in other words they do not have enough room to grow and may trap recurring infections, which can be painful. If a wisdom tooth extraction is necessary and straightforward, we can do it for you without surgery.

If however, your wisdom teeth are impacted, or you’d prefer to have them all out at once with a general anaesthetic, we’ll recommend oral surgery – and refer you to a specialist maxillofacial surgeon. Emergency treatment like having a tooth extracted or needing to go in for oral surgery, is never good news. But ignoring the problem won’t make it go away! The best you can hope for, is that your dentist is professional, knowledgeable and kind. We offer our patients all of these and more, because your comfort and care is the most important part of our practice.

Our Promise

  • Treat you with respect and understanding.
  • Listen and respond promptly, compassionately and constructively to all comments.
  • Exceed all requirements for safety and sterility within the practice.
  • Use only proven, safe and biocompatible materials and techniques.
  • Try to run on time wherever possible.
  • Invest constantly in acquiring new knowledge, skill and technology.

We Ask You

  • Arrive in good time for your appointments and, should you need to rearrange or cancel, please give at least 48 hours notice to avoid a charge.
  • Follow our instructions to care for your smile.
  • Attend review and maintenance appointments as advised.
  • Pay for treatments when requested; we accept cash, cheques and most major credit or debit cards. We also offer payment schemes should you wish to spread the cost of treatment.
  • Talk to us, let us know what you think of what we do; right and wrong.
  • Help our practice grow by recommending us to your family, friends and colleagues.
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365 High Street
Maitland NSW 2320


(02) 4933 5081


Monday to Wednesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Thursday: 8:30 am - 7:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday: 8:30 am - 2:00 pm


Parking available at rear of building Council parking also on Ken Tubman Dr.