Dental and Oral Surgery

If your tooth is damaged or decayed and can’t be repaired with a filling or crown first, your dentist may decide to remove (extract) the tooth as a last resort.

Wisdom teeth removal means having one or more of the third molars (your wisdom teeth) at the back of your mouth taken out. This can sometimes involve a surgical procedure.

Your wisdom teeth are the last four of the large grinding teeth (molars) at the back of your mouth to come through. You’re likely to have them by the time you reach your mid-twenties, though some people find they come through earlier or later than this.

Sometimes, your wisdom teeth don’t come through properly, meaning they’re impacted. This can cause problems such as pain, swelling and infection. Having your wisdom teeth taken out can ease these symptoms.


  • Non-complex tooth extraction - £100 - £150

  • Complex/surgical tooth extraction (including wisdom teeth) - £150 - £300

  • Abscess incision from - £60

  • Sutures removal - £30

  • Root apex resection - £200

  • Tooth crown lengthening surgery (1 tooth) from - £100

  • Gingivectomy from - £120

  • Recession coverage (1 tooth) - from £700

The above prices are indicative and may vary according to individual needs.