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Painless Wisdom Tooth Removal, Harrow London

Contrary to popular belief, wisdom tooth removal is a completely pain-free operation and one that goes a long way to alleviating the pain caused by an impacted tooth in the first place. Impacted wisdom teeth are a common complaint that mainly affect older teenagers and young adults.

Our Oral Surgeon, Dr. Hannah Flynn is the most cost effective for having one or more of your third molars or Wisdom tooth taken out in London. This can be done by our wisdom tooth extraction dentist in London and this process might involve a surgical procedure.

Wisdom teeth come through from late teenage years to mid-twenties. Sometimes they do not erupt properly (they are impacted). Impacted wisdom teeth can cause further issues such as pain, swelling and infection. To treat these symptoms and prevent further oral health issues, your dentist might recommend the removal of your wisdom tooth or teeth.

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It is not always necessary that wisdom teeth have to be extracted. For a lot of people, wisdom teeth come through properly and do not cause any issues. However, as wisdom teeth are the last teeth to come through, there’s often not enough or no space in your mouth for them to come out and grow. This means that they can get stuck in your gums or grow at an awkward angle. This is called an impacted wisdom tooth. Even impacted wisdom teeth do not always need to be removed if they are not causing any problems.

However, the way or the angle an impacted wisdom tooth is growing can make it easy for food and bacteria to get trapped around the gum or underneath a gum flap. This can lead to swollen and sore gums (pericoronitis), infection and tooth decay. If the impacted wisdom tooth starts causing pain or problems with your gums or other teeth, your dentist might recommend wisdom tooth extraction.

Having your wisdom teeth removed is one of the most common dental procedures done in the UK. It is usually done in the late teens or early to mid-twenties when the wisdom teeth are coming out.


If your wisdom teeth are not causing any symptoms or further complications, even if they’re impacted, then they would not need to be removed.

If there is a high risk of the nerves around your wisdom tooth to be managed, your dentist might recommend a coronectomy. A coronectomy is a procedure where the crown of the tooth is taken out but some of the wisdom tooth root is left in place. This procedure might reduce the risk of nerve damage.

Dr. Hannah Flynn might also cut some of the gum tissue to remove and prevent food from being trapped. Trapped food can cause bacteria to grow and causes infection.

Dr. Hannah Flynn would be able to advise on the best and most suitable treatment.


Your dentist will perform an X-ray before a wisdom tooth extraction so that they can see the exact position of the wisdom tooth in the gum. The X-ray will allow your dentist to plan how to remove the tooth. Often, wisdom tooth extraction is a straightforward procedure that your dentist will be able to complete under local anaesthesia at the dental practice.

It the wisdom tooth extraction looks like it will be more difficult, your dentist might need to refer you to a specialist oral surgeon. Then, the wisdom tooth removal procedure would be performed in a hospital and you may be offered general anaesthesia. Before your operation, it is important that you follow your dentist or surgeon’s advice.

Dr. Hannah Flynn , nurse or a surgeon will inform you what will happen during the wisdom tooth removal procedure. If you are not sure about anything, ask.


The procedure of wisdom teeth removal depends on the difficulty of taking out your teeth. Wisdom teeth in the upper jaw are normally easier to remove than the ones in the bottom. Your dentist can advise what you can expect during wisdom teeth extraction.

Usually, wisdom teeth removal happens under local anaesthesia. The local anaesthetic will make the area around the wisdom tooth numb and will block the pain, but you stay awake during the procedure. If you are worried about pain, talk to your dentist. They will be able to advise on the best approach.


What you should do after wisdom teeth removal depends on the level of anaesthesia. Your dentist will be able to tell you what to do after wisdom teeth removal.

After having local anaesthesia, it may take several hours before you can feel in the side of your face and your jaw. You should take special care not to bump or knock the area. You shouldn’t eat or drink anything for the first six hours after the procedure. You might experience some discomfort as the anaesthetic wears off but your dentist will offer you pain relief as you need it.

Dr. Hannah Flynn will advise you on what aftercare you should do after wisdom teeth removal. They can give you some painkillers and mouthwash to use or advise you on what you should buy to help with recovery. Your dentist might also prescribe antibiotics if there are signs of an infection.


Pain relief

The full recovery after wisdom teeth removal might take a few days. There will likely be some pain and discomfort, which is usually worse in the first couple of days. You can take over-the-counter painkillers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen to manage the pain, Sometimes the two kinds of painkillers work well together. If you need any advice ask your pharmacist or dentist.

Along with some pain, you may also have some swelling and stiffness in your jaw for a couple of days. Sometimes, this can make it difficult for you to open your mouth. To reduce the swelling, you can apply an ice pack wrapped in a towel.

Keeping the wound clean

Rinsing out your mouth regularly will keep the wound after wisdom tooth removal clean and help with healing. You should not rinse your mouth during the first 24 hours as it may cause bleeding. After the first 24 hours, you should rinse your mouth gently after eating with an antibacterial mouthwash or salt water. This will help get rid of food and stop bacteria growing.

You should brush your teeth as normal, gradually getting closer to the wound as it recovers. If your wound starts bleeding after the procedure. You can bite into a handkerchief. If your wound is bleeding, avoid very hot or cold food as the bleeding might start again.

Eating and drinking

In the first few hours after wisdom tooth extraction, you should avoid eating or drinking. For the first few days after the procedure, you should have soft or liquid foods only. After that, you will be able to return to your usual diet but in the beginning, you should avoid chewing on the areas where your wisdom tooth was extracted. In the first 24 hours after wisdom teeth removal, you should avoid alcohol, hot and cold drinks. You shouldn’t eat or drink at all for the first few hours after the operation. Then, for the first few days, stick to soft or liquid foods only. You can gradually return to your usual diet, but to begin with, try not to chew on the areas of your mouth that are healing. It’s best if you avoid alcohol or very hot or cold drinks for the first 24 hours.


There might be some temporary side-effects after wisdom teeth extraction. The main ones include:

  • pain, swelling and bruising around the jaw
  • difficulty opening your mouth
  • tiredness
  • sensitive teeth around where the tooth was removed
  • bad breath

Any of the side effects should get better two or three days after your wisdom teeth are removed.


Rarely there might be issues occurring after wisdom teeth extraction. These might include:

  • Infection around the area where your wisdom tooth was removed.
  • Accidental damage to teeth close to that area.
  • Dry socket – when a blood cloth covering the wound comes off and exposes bone and nerves underneath. This can cause some pain and bad breath.
  • Damage to nerves, which can cause pain, tingling, pins and needles and numbness.
  • A broken jaw, although this is very rare.

Most patients do not experience any complications after wisdom teeth removal. If you experience any of the mentioned symptoms, you should talk to your dentist.

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Dr. Hannah Flynn, Dentist Special interest in Oral Surgery is our in house experienced oral surgeon who has many postgraduate qualifications including a Diploma in Oral Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons, England; a Diploma (Distinction) in Conscious Sedation from King’s College London – Guy’s Hospital, and a Master’s (Distinction) in Restorative & Aesthetic Dentistry, receiving the highest overall grade in her class of 70. Hannah is IMOS Level 2 accredited in Oral Surgery and has also achieved a PG Certificate in Clinical Education (King’s College London). She is available for difficult/complex extractions and all oral surgery procedures.

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A dental emergency can be: toothache, chipped or broken teeth, broken crowns, broken veneers or bridge, tooth abscess, loose teeth or crowns, loose implant crowns, root canal treatments, broken orthodontic braces, broken dentures, tooth extractions including wisdom tooth extractions and gum infections.

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Yes, our Emergency Dental Clinic operates on Saturdays! We understand your need that we stay open out of hours including the weekends. Our dentist open on weekends knows that your dental pain is one of the worst pains that you can have, and we really try to do our best to first reduce the pain, find the underlying cause and treat it. Of course our long term goals are the same as yours Dear Patient: we hope that you can stay healthy, and will never return to our clinic with the same tooth. Of course if you return and we did not do a perfect job we will fix that as soon as possible.

If you have pain, bleeding, swelling or a broken denture you can call our Saturday Emergency Dentist in Harrow, London at 020 8423 2523. We will do our best to answer your call and book you in on the same Saturday you reached out to us!

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If you need an emergency dentist appointment, we can help. Our team of experienced and friendly dental professionals are dedicated to helping relieve your pain and discomfort, taking action to address the cause. We will identify the issue and provide appropriate treatment to get you dentally fit once more.

We offer a warm welcome to patients not registered with us and aim to find an emergency appointment for you as soon as we can.

What to Do In a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can be sudden, chaotic, and overwhelming, so it is important that you know what to do should you ever face one. Firstly, do not panic! From there, here is what you should do in the event of a dental emergency:

  • Step 1: Call Us. Call us as soon as you can so we can schedule you for an appointment right away, potentially even on the same day you call us. We will also provide first-aid instructions for handling your situation until you can reach us.
  • Step 2: Get An Emergency Exam. As soon as you arrive, your Enfield emergency dentist will see you right away. They will examine your mouth and get you out of any intense or pressing pain.
  • Step 3: Make a Treatment Plan. Once you have reviewed the findings with your dentist, They will fully explain all your treatment options and help you pick the one that is best for you.
  • Step 4: Get the Care You Need. Whether you need a filling, a root canal, or anything in between, we will get to work right away to alleviate your pain, repair your teeth, and protect your smile. If you are feeling particularly uncomfortable or anxious, we may recommend sedation for a more relaxing treatment.

What can I do to get rid of TOOTH PAIN and make a TOOTHACHE go away?

The Toothache is often hard to ignore if it is a sharp pain and sudden or dull and constant. The Source of the Tooth Pain is an affected nerve, so tooth pain also is caused when any nerve in the root of a tooth or other tissues around the teeth are damaged or irritated. Dental infection, trauma, injury, decay, growing infant teeth, surgical procedures in the oral area (Dental extractions, etc.), or tooth loss may be the causes of the dental pain.

Sometimes, Dental Pain originates from other areas of the head and neck, radiates to the jaw, and mimics Toothache. The jaw joint (TMJ Temporomandibular Joint), pains related to the ear, sinuses associated problems are the most causes of those pains; occasionally, in some cases, heart problems also may have symptoms like tooth pain.
The oral cavity is full of Bacteria. Growing bacteria eventually due to poor oral health inside the mouth can impact the normal bacterial flora and slowly cause oral soft tissue(gum disease) and dental decay, which can cause pain. But not all the time; they are associated with pain.

The majority of dental problems can be prevented by maintaining proper oral health like flossing, brushing with appropriate toothpaste, and the most important to do professional teeth scaling and cleaning at least twice a year. It is also critical for children which The dentist may apply sealants and fluoride for those ages.

Signs and symptoms that may need dental emergency care:
Dental pain with chewing
Teeth sensitivity to hot
Teeth sensitivity to cold
Tooth sensitivity to sweets
Tooth sensitivity to acidic foods
Bleeding around a tooth
Gum pus discharge
Bad taste in the mouth
Bad breath
Swelling in the mouth
Sore in the mouth
Swollen glands

When to Seek an Emergency Dentist for a Toothache?

Home remedies and over-the-counter medications don’t help to suppress dental pain.

Post dental extraction severe pains; this may occur after a few days (two to three days) after tooth extraction. This condition may result from the healing location clot coming out and bone exposed. The painful condition is known as dry socket syndrome or alveolar osteitis. For Dry Socket treatment, a dental emergency dentist may use some local medications to cover the bone and help the healing process.

Pain is combined with swelling of the face and gum, or any discharge around a tooth persists.
Fever associated with any dental or gum disease. Superficial dental caries does not cause fever. However, if fever persists, it may indicate an infection in the areas surrounding the tooth, the gum, or the jaw bone structures. Fever and swelling mainly indicate the existence of an abscess. Dental abscesses can be treated by prescribing antibiotics and surgical drainage of the dental abscess. If the infection happens inside the pulp of the tooth, those procedures are recommended to be done inside the tooth, which is called endodontics drainage or ROOT CANAL THERAPY.

Broken or knocked-out teeth occur from trauma; the person may need an emergency hospital transfer by calling 111 if the trauma is massive and associated with other severe problems like loss of consciousness, jaw fractures, etc. Swallowed teeth and permanent tooth loss need dental emergency interactions. Tooth loss due to trauma has a different treatment approach in younger children who have lost their primary teeth than older children and adults with injury to their permanent teeth. If a permanent tooth is entirely knocked out, try to rinse it off gently, re-implant it as soon as possible, and call emergency dental care. If getting back it in place is not possible, preserve it in milk or even water and seek a dental emergency clinic.

Pain or Clicking on the jaw when the mouth is widely open would be a sign of damaged or inflamed TMJ.

Pain and Wisdom Teeth; when wisdom teeth (third molars) are growing and coming into the oral cavity or erupting, they cause gums inflammation around the exposed portion of the crown. The gum covering the crown may get infected. The pain may radiate to the jaw, nose and ear. There may be swelling and bulging in the affected area, which may cause a jaw malfunction, and it cannot be closed properly. In severe conditions, the patient may have difficulties swallowing and get pain in the floor of the mouth.

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Wisdom Tooth Extraction – End Your Suffering Immediately

Simple extractions are routinely performed by your dentist. However, certain complex cases mean that there may not be sufficient tooth structure to enable simple removal i.e. very decayed teeth, broken and brittle roots, impacted teeth and wisdom teeth. At Neem Dental Clinic we have skilled dental surgeons in Oral Surgery who will ensure that the tooth is removed in the least traumatic technique using specialised equipment.  This is crucial in ensuring that bone can be preserved which is an important consideration for implant treatment at a later stage.

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Wisdom Tooth Removal

The wisdom tooth (or third molar) is usually the last tooth to erupt into the mouth any time after approximately 16 years of age. Frequently there is not enough room to accommodate wisdom teeth and as such they do not come into the mouth normally. When this happens, the wisdom teeth are said to be “impacted”. Wisdom teeth are usually either impacted forwards into the tooth in front or backwards into the jaw bone.

Why do wisdom teeth require removal?

An impacted tooth can cause a number of problems that would suggest removal would be best. Most commonly these include repeated attacks of infection in the gum surrounding the tooth. This leads to pain and swelling. Food packing can also occur when can cause decay in either the wisdom tooth or the tooth in front.

Does it hurt?

No. A local anaesthetic is used and the surgeon will ensure that you are comfortable throughout the entire procedure.

What does it involve?

The aim of the treatment is remove all infection or potential infection from the mouth, caused by the tooth.

Difficult teeth removal is a skilled procedure, usually involving 1 visit with the surgeon. It may be necessary to make a small incision in the gum and drilling to enable comfortable removal of the tooth. You would normally have dissolvable stitches placed which will promote healing and last for approximately 2 weeks.

The treatment will be carried out under local anaesthesia.

The procedure time is variable. Some teeth may take only a few minutes to remove. More difficult extractions can take up to 20 minutes to extract. You will feel pushing and pulling during the procedure, but no pain.

You will receive a complimentary follow up phone call and a review appointment to ensure full healing following the procedure.

What are the side effects following treatment?

You may experience some soreness, mild swelling and bruising and bleeding following the procedure. This is usually worse for the first three days but it may take up to two weeks before the soreness goes.  You may also find your jaw is stiff and may need to eat a soft diet for a week or so.  The surgeon will explain the after care required following the treatment to ensure full healing.

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Extractions / Oral Surgery In Harrow, London

One area of speciality areas within dentistry is known as oral surgery and this applies to procedures of a surgical nature, such as the extraction of teeth or wisdom teeth. Oral surgery requires additional training in techniques to perform procedures with care, helping patients to be able to use their teeth and mouths again.

If you have advanced tooth decay or an impacted wisdom tooth, you may require oral surgery to have them safely extracted. Depending on your particular case and the severity of your problem, you will be given anaesthetic and offered sedation if you are anxious.

Dr Hannah Flynn
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BChD(Leeds), MFDS RCS, MFGDP, MscRestDent, DipOralSurg RCS, DipDentSed, PGCertClinEd, FHEA.

Hannah has many postgraduate qualifications including a Diploma in Oral Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons, England; a Diploma (Distinction) in Conscious Sedation from King’s College London – Guy’s Hospital, and a Master’s (Distinction) in Restorative & Aesthetic Dentistry, receiving the highest overall grade in her class of 70. Hannah is IMOS Level 2 accredited in Oral Surgery and has also achieved a PG Certificate in Clinical Education (King’s College London).

Since returning to live in London, Hannah works at Guy’s Hospital in the Department of Sedation and Special Care as well as in private practice providing complex oral surgical procedures. She has a special interest in the removal of impacted wisdom teeth, removal of retained roots and treatment of problematic extractions, as well as the removal of teeth in patients with complex medical histories.

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Surgical Tooth Extraction

Your teeth are very important, not only for speaking and eating, but also for maintaining the strength and structure of your jawbone and oral cavity. This is why, wherever it’s possible, your dentist will recommend tooth restoration over tooth extraction. In the rare case that a tooth has suffered from extensive damage due to injury or decay, there is overcrowding issues or some other problem that cannot effectively be resolved through restoration procedures, your dentist may recommend extraction. He may also recommend extraction if this is more financially feasible for you than restoration procedures.

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Why Surgical Tooth Extraction May Be Necessary

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Simple tooth extraction occurs when a tooth has straight roots, extends above the gumline and is structurally sound enough to be loosened and extracted in one piece from above the gums. Surgical tooth extraction occurs where surgical techniques must be used in order to section the tooth into pieces or to make an incision in the soft tissue for tooth removal. The surgical tooth extraction procedure is used to remove impacted wisdom teeth, extensively damaged teeth that have little or no intact structure or teeth that are contributing to overcrowding issues and cannot be removed through simple tooth extraction. In order to perform a surgical tooth extraction, your dentist will:

  • Review your health history. It is important to consider whether you may need antibiotic premedication prior to surgical tooth extraction in order to ensure a smooth procedure and recovery. Your dentist may also ask you to temporarily suspend your use of blood thinning medications for several days before and after the procedure to minimize the risk of prolonged extraction site bleeding.
  • Administer anesthesia. In order to ensure the surgical tooth extraction procedure is as comfortable as possible, your dentist will administer local anesthesia to numb the area directly around the tooth.
  • Incise and elevate gum flap if necessary. Where the tooth is either not visible or is only partly visible, your dentist will need to expose it with gum incision and elevation.
  • Release periodontal ligament fibers. Though teeth are not fused to the bone, they are suspended in the bony tooth socket with shock-absorbing ligament fibers. Your dentist will use a special dental tool called a periotome to release these fibers so that the tooth can be removed.
  • Remove bone as needed. In some cases bone must be removed from around the tooth in order to allow for extraction.
  • Place a gauze safety net. In order to protect against inhaling or swallowing the tooth upon its removal, your dentist will place a gauze safety net at the back of the mouth.
  • Section the tooth if necessary. In many cases, teeth that require surgical extraction must also be sectioned into pieces in order to be safely and easily removed. Your dentist will decide how many pieces to section your tooth into depending upon the number and shape of the roots as well as whether there are nerves nearby that need to be protected.
  • Loosen the tooth and expand the bony socket. The bony socket of a tooth is somewhat pliable, which means it can be safely and gently expanded in order to allow for easier tooth removal. Using a special dental tool called an elevator, your dentist will apply leverage to the tooth in order to loosen it and expand the bony socket. That said, teeth that have been sectioned into pieces for easier removal don’t usually require bony socket expansion.
  • Remove the tooth. Your dentist will gently remove the tooth from the socket, taking pieces out in a specific sequence in order to ensure smooth removal.
  • Perform ridge preservation with socket graft if necessary. Where teeth that are being removed need to be replaced, your dentist may want to perform a socket graft in order to slow the normal bone reabsorption process and thereby preserve the normal height and width of the bony ridge.
  • Apply pressure to control bleeding. There are no major arteries in tooth sockets, so the bleeding that follows tooth extraction is usually minimal. However, by applying pressure and gauze to the area, your dentist can help to further control and minimize this bleeding.
  • Give you post-operative instructions. It is very important to take proper care of your mouth, especially after a tooth extraction procedure. Your dentist will give you instructions and answer any questions you may have following your surgical tooth extraction.

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