Through his surgical career, Dr Pinho has become extremely efficient.
Post Procedure Care
Dr Pinho offers Post Operatory follow up for every case and treatment free of charge.
Dr Paulo Pinho has made it his mission to offer wisdom teeth removal at affordable prices. By specialising in removal of wisdom teeth, Dr Pinho can offer a quality and efficient service at unbeatable costs.
For tooth extraction due to damage caused by wisdom teeth.
Simple Wisdom Tooth Removal
For straightforward wisdom teeth removal with no complexities.
Surgical Wisdom Tooth Removal
For procedures where complexities are found during initial assessment.
Even though the prices for removing a single teeth may vary, Removing 4 wisdom teeth will never cost you more than $970
There are many factors that determine whether a procedure carries risk or complexity, which is why every patient has an initial assessment consultation with Dr Paulo Pinho.
X-Rays are taken for proper examination, your medical history is reviewed, and Dr Pinho explains the procedure to you. You’re then provided with a fixed-price quote with Medicare item numbers.
Most procedures are performed under local anaesthesia in our clinics. If it’s decided that your case needs to be performed under IV sedation or general anaesthetic, additional hospital and/or anaesthetist fees may apply.
Hospital costs will vary between which hospital is chosen for your surgery, and if you’ve had private hospital cover for over 12 months it will likely cost you nothing out of pocket.
IV Sedation is available with an 85% Medicare rebate. We have some very good deals in place with Anaesthetists, and in some cases may only cost you $100 out of pocket to have all 4 wisdom teeth removed.
Financing and Payment Plans
Dr Pinho’s main mission is to make oral surgery affordable and accessible for everyone, nobody should be left in pain with inadequate dental care.
Payment plans and financing options are available to you and can be discussed in your initial consultation. Financial hardship is not a reason to ignore your dental health, and Dr Pinho strives to be as accommodating as possible.
Why Wisdom Teeth Removal?
Wisdom teeth are the last teeth that grow before reaching adulthood. They may create issues due to lack of space as they are the last teeth to come through. If X-rays point they may cause a problem down the line, they must be removed. Here are few more reasons to consider wisdom teeth removal in Sydney:
They may cause damage to the existing teeth while creating unbearable pain and bite issues.
Also, the cysts that grow around the wisdom teeth can damage the surrounding nerves and the jaw.
The new teeth can also cause sinus pain and congestion
You might also experience swollen gums as the tissue around the new teeth can enlarge.
Besides, there’s a high chance of cavities formation due to the swollen gums around the new teeth
Above all, it can lead to teeth crowding due to lack of space and your other teeth could require alignment procedures
Our expert dentist will consider your age and carefully examine the position of the wisdom teeth and your mouth’s shape to decide if cheap wisdom teeth removal in Sydney is necessary.
You can have the wisdom teeth removal in Sydney under local anaesthesia by our dentist. So you will be conscious, but the region around the wisdom tooth is utterly numb.
Also, sedatives can be administered along with the local anaesthetic to let you ease up through the removal process. If needed, they are also removed by giving general anaesthesia. In which case, you will be sleeping during the removal process. Our dentist will suggest an option that’s best for you after careful examination.
Wisdom Teeth Removal Cost in Sydney
The cost of wisdom teeth removal in Sydney depends on the level of complexity to extract each tooth. So the cost may vary, and it’s determined after considering various factors during the initial consultation with our dentist. Although, you can be rest assured we offer the best affordable and cheap wisdom teeth removal in Sydney. It’s as low as $150 and no more than $970 for all 4 wisdom teeth extraction.
The type of extraction needed : Impacted teeth generally cost more to remove because they require surgery to accomplish. Simple extractions that can be performed at a regular dentist cost less.
Your individual dentist : This can be a big factor in regards to the cost. Since there are no regulations on pricing for dental work, the dentist is really free to charge whatever he/she wants.
Where you are located : Where you go for the procedure can impact the cost, and this will vary from state to state. There is a price difference between big cities and rural areas as a result of less competition and less resources, so in general, having your wisdom teeth removed in a big city will be more affordable.
How complicated is your case ? Find out whether your situation is complicated or simple. If the wisdom teeth removal procedure is simple and can be performed easily, a good health insurance provider will rebate majority of the costs.
Do it sooner rather than later – it may be too late for you, but if you have children, consider having their teeth removed they’re in their younger teenage years, so that you they can endure the cheap wisdom teeth removal in Sydney
See a wisdom teeth removal specialist – there are some dentists who specialise in wisdom teeth removal, and because of this they often offer very reasonable prices.
Keep your eye out for promotions – with more and more competition in the industry, sales and promotions are often easily found online. Keep your eyes peeled.
What Are Potential Wisdom Teeth Removal Complications?
Two of the most significant complications include:
Paraesthesia, also known asnerve damage: It is a less frequently occurring complication. Wisdom teeth entrapped in the jawbone are sometimes close to nerves. These nerves can be bruised or damaged during the tooth removal process. The result is a numbness (called a paraesthesia) of the tongue, lip or chin that can last a few days, weeks, months or may even be permanent.
Dry socket: It is a complication of wound healing following extraction of a tooth. It occurs when either a blood clot has failed to form in the extracted tooth socket or else the blood clot that did form has been dislodged. If clotting doesn’t occur, healing will be delayed. When it happens, dry socket typically occurs 3 or 4 days after the extraction and is accompanied by pain and a foul mouth odour. It will heal and recover with time but your dentist can surely help you out. These usually consist of rinsing the inflamed socket gently followed by placing some type of sedative dressing, which soothes the inflamed bone for a period of time and promotes healing.
How is the IV Sedation Administered for Wisdom Teeth Removal?
A thin needle will be introduced into a vein in your arm or hand. The needle will be attached to an intravenous tube through which medication like versed will be given to help you relax and feel comfortable.
The goal of IV conscious sedation is to use as little medication as possible to get the treatment completed. It is very safe, much safer than oral sedation. With IV conscious sedation a constant drip is maintained via the intravenous tube. At any time an antidote can be administered to reverse the effects of the medications if necessary.
When Should You Get a CT-Scan For Wisdom Teeth Removal?
A CT-scan provides more detailed information about the position of wisdom teeth and their proximity to nerves and sinuses. While not indicated routinely for wisdom teeth, this type of image is helpful for patients who have severe or deeply impacted wisdom teeth and when your dentist is concerned about proximity to nerves, sinuses, or cysts. Although rare, any irritation to the nerve that passes under the lower wisdom teeth, can lead to a period of numbness along the lip and chin area. In most cases, this condition is temporary and resolves gradually in six to eight weeks. Only in rare instances, it may become more prolonged or permanent. Recently, cone beam CT-scan (CBCT) machines like I-CAT have become more readily available in dental offices. With less cost and significantly less radiation, CT-scan is being used more often instead of a panoramic X-ray.
The i-CAT Cone Beam 3D Dental Imaging System allows us to provide quick, comfortable, and effective dental imaging for a precise wisdom teeth diagnosis. i-CAT special features include:
8 or 23 second scan that provides enough data for a complete all-on-4 treatment.
A safer diagnosis with less radiation than traditional CT scanners.
Increased comfort — patients are seated in an open environment with plenty of space
A more cost-effective imaging system.
We can easily share the data with patients, so patients stay informed and are able to make educated decisions on their course of treatment.