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How much is it to have upper wisdom tooth removed?

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I am in quite a lot of pain at the moment, I can see one of my upper wisdom teeth growing sideways :( Can someone tell me how much it costs and any other info please. Thanks very much x
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I am in quite a lot of pain at the moment, I can see one of my upper wisdom teeth growing sideways :(

Can someone tell me how much it costs and any other info please.

Thanks very much

x
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I had mine out at the hospital and it was free.

It was awful though, but i wasn't in pain before the op
#2
you will probably need to have it done at a specialist orthodontic clinic or hospital as wisdom teeth can leave a hole that bleeds a great deal when they are removed. Not sure how much it costs sorry but if you call your local dentist they should be able to advise you where you can get it done and then they should be able to quote costs to you.

have u taken some ibruprofen or codydramol to help ease the pain?
#3
NHS Dentist Charges Structure
£16.50 - This charge includes an examination, diagnosis and preventive care. If necessary, this includes X-rays, scale and polish, and planning for further treatment. Urgent and out-of-hours care also costs £16.50.
£45.60 - This charge includes all necessary treatment covered by the £16.50 charge PLUS additional treatment such as fillings, root canal treatment or extractions.
£198 -This charge includes all necessary treatment covered by the £16.50 and £45.60 charges PLUS more complex procedures such as crowns, dentures or bridges.


Read more: Dentist Prices - NHS Dental Treatment Charges - http://www.whatprice.co.uk/dentist/nhs-prices.html#ixzz0C6pzkcOV
#4
teeth iddy?
#5
if you have treatments that fall into the same price band within 2 months you dont have to pay again aswell x x x
#6
dcx_badass
http://trinities.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/hammer.jpg


need a flip top head to go with that! :)
#7
http://www.agmates.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/pulling-teeth.jpg

need a good chair, 2 strong mates, a pair of pliers, some bandages to mop up after ...


scrap that – just get laughing gas.
banned#8
skusey
teeth iddy?


No, Tooth Hurty.
#9
Thanks for the replies, forget to say i am with a NHS Dentist.
#10
sancho1983
I had mine out at the hospital and it was free.

It was awful though, but i wasn't in pain before the op


Don't let Sancho put you off. Sometimes the dentist expects complications and will send you to hospital, sometimes they can whip them out in the chair quite easily. I've had it done both ways, if you do need to go into hospital, just don't ask what's involved. It's best not to know.

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