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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Have wisdom tooth pain?

Get your wisdom teeth checked out by your local friendly and experienced dentists at Perfect Smile. We make sure to fit you in!

Wisdom Tooth Pain - Explained!

Are you feeling a pain in your mouth that just won’t go away? It could be your wisdom teeth trying to make their grand entrance.

The pain caused by wisdom teeth is usually severe and makes everyday activities like eating and drinking difficult. Causes of the pain can be due to impaction (when the tooth is prevented from breaking through the gum), infection, inflammation, and sometimes damage to the surrounding teeth or nerve.

Wisdom teeth are a common issue we treat at Perfect Smile. No matter the cause of wisdom tooth pain, our experienced dentists can provide treatment and relief.

Need Fast Relief From Wisdom Tooth Pain?

At Perfect Smile in Adelaide, we have over 20 years of collective experience, and the use of cutting edge technology to deliver painless procedures. We understand that in some cases, the pain can be extremely uncomfortable. That’s why we offer emergency dental services for those in need of urgent wisdom tooth removal.

At our practice, we provide monthly Sedation Sessions for wisdom teeth extraction with our highly skilled dentist, ensuring a completely pain-free experience. We also offer nitrous oxide-assisted treatment for added comfort during your appointment.

Perfect Smile Dentists

Our dentists are passionate about bringing the best dental experience to Adelaide. 

That is why we’ve has assembled a friendly and professional team that shares a passion for patient-centered dentistry.

Perfect Smile Dentists

Our dentists are passionate about bringing the best dental experience to Adelaide. 

That is why we’ve assembled a friendly and professional team that shares a passion for patient-centered dentistry.

Dr Jamie Jackson


Dr Jamie Jackson is an Adelaide University Dental graduate. With over 20 years experience working in the health care industry, he has enjoyed the privilege of providing ongoing care to both individuals and families.

Dr Asad Amad


Dr Asad Amad completed his Bachelor of Dental Surgery in Adelaide and has been living in South Australia for 10 years now. He has a keen interest in cosmetic as well as rehabilatative dentistry. Working in demographics with a variety of dental needs has made him adept at minor oral surgery including wisdom tooth removal.

Dr Kate Chen


Dr Kate grew up in Sydney but calls Adelaide her home after graduating from the University of Adelaide. She has had over 10 years of dental experience, including practice managing and oral health therapy before her Bachelor of Dental Science. She has a particular interest in cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics, including clear aligner therapy as well as fixed braces.

Why choose Perfect Smile ?

Expert, Friendly Team

With years of experience in dentistry procedures, our friendly staff will be with you through each stage of your treatment.

Convenient Location

We are conveniently located in the Adelaide CBD at 50 Hutt St, with 2 hours free parking nearby. Check our contact page on how to find us.

Innovative Technology

We have the latest dental and procedures for shorter treatment times and the best outcomes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A wisdom tooth is a third set of molars that typically appear in your late teens or early twenties. They often need to be removed because there is not enough space in the mouth for them to come in properly, causing crowding, pain, or other oral health issues.

Wisdom teeth removal is typically performed by an oral surgeon using a local anesthetic or general anesthesia, depending on the patient’s preference and the complexity of the case. The dentist may use a scalpel or other surgical instruments to remove the tooth.

Recovery after wisdom tooth removal can vary depending on the individual, but most people experience some swelling, pain, and discomfort for a few days to a week after the procedure. Over-the-counter pain medication and cold compresses can help manage symptoms, and patients are typically advised to stick to a soft-foods diet for a few days.

As with any surgery, there are potential risks associated with wisdom tooth removal, such as infection, bleeding, nerve damage, and reaction to anesthesia. However, these risks are generally minimal when the procedure is performed by an experienced oral surgeon.

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