Wisdom Tooth Removal – Avoid the waiting time

Wisdom Tooth Removal – Avoid the waiting time

Find out more about wisdom tooth removal

Wisdom Teeth Removal


Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt and generally appear in our mouths in our late teens. We have four wisdom teeth at the back of the mouth — two on the bottom, two on the top.

Many wisdom teeth erupt without any problems. Others can cause issues mainly if they have not emerged through the gums properly and are called Impacted (partially erupted). An impacted wisdom tooth can result in problems like jaw and tooth pain, nasty taste and possibly damage to other teeth. 

Often, a partially erupted wisdom tooth causes no apparent or immediate problems. Many people are unaware of their tooth impaction and having at least one impacted wisdom tooth is almost to be expected. But beware; because they are tricky to clean, they may be more susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease than other teeth are.

Having your wisdom teeth assessed by our expert at Gipsy lane: Dr Raj (the oral surgeon at the Royal Berkshire), makes perfect sense and can help you to avoid future issues and put your mind at rest.

Having your wisdom teeth assessed by our expert at Gipsy lane: Dr Raj (the oral surgeon at the Royal Berkshire), makes perfect sense and can avoid future issues and put your mind at rest.

Avoid the waiting list

Many waiting lists for wisdom tooth removal can be lengthy, and in some cases, the NHS waiting time can be up to 12 months. That’s why the team at Gipsy Lane work hard to provide shorter wait times, meaning that if you opt for private wisdom tooth removal with us, you can be pain-free in no time.

“Come to our Gipsy lane Oral Surgery unit, and we will speedily treat you.”

Amy O’Brien Practice Manager

You can be seen within just 1 or 2 weeks at Gipsy Lane

This means you can avoid the waiting list and attending the time-consuming hospital visits. Our Oral Surgeon works evenings and weekends and can attend at short notice in emergencies”.

We treat all our patients with the utmost care and respect. If you are nervous or anxious, we also provide additional sedation services to help you relax. Whether you are preparing for a complex procedure or worried about your next dental visit, we are here to help.

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How much does wisdom tooth removal cost in the UK?

We appreciate that an emergency trip to the dentist can set you back financially, which is why we aim to make our pricing some of the most competitive around for the type of service we provide. 

To help you budget for your treatments, and so that there are never any nasty surprises, we have made sure our fees are clearly displayed on our website, which you can find here

Emergency appointments start from £49, with the cost of any treatment going on top of this. Tooth extractions cost £198, and we also offer a wide range of finance options, so that you never need to put off necessary dental work due to your financial situation.

How does emergency wisdom tooth removal work?

Although wisdom tooth removal is so popular, if you’ve never experienced a tooth extraction before, then you may be unsure as to what to expect from the procedure. Here at Gipsy Lane, we put your comfort first, so we never remove a wisdom tooth without local anaesthetic to ensure you’re pain-free during the procedure. 

The first step will be to explain the procedure, so you’re fully aware of what to expect, and then we will provide the local anaesthetic, and allow this time to work before we begin. This step ensures you won’t feel any pain throughout your time with us, but a little pressure is to be expected.

We may need to make a small incision in the gum in order to remove the tooth, or we may need to break the tooth into smaller pieces if it’s proving difficult to get out whole. This procedure usually takes less than half an hour, but can sometimes take longer.

You will be issued with appropriate pain relief to help with the recovery process, as wisdom tooth removal will lead to swelling and some pain and discomfort initially. You may also experience some mild bruising that should go after a week or two.

If you’ve any concerns or questions about your treatment, our team are here to help address all of your concerns.


If you are worried about a wisdom tooth, please call us on 0118 966 5656 to book a check-up. Dr Raj – our oral surgeon who also works at Royal Berkshire can see you,  take X-rays of your teeth and let you know any plan of action you may need to take when it comes to wisdom tooth pain or worries. You can also book online by clicking here.

Contact Us Today at Gipsy Lane