A tooth extraction might be necessary for multiple reasons, including a cracked tooth, a deep break, a root fracture, deep decay, gum infection, trauma or for orthodontic reasons.

The dentists at North Sydney Dental Practice have vast experience in removing teeth safely and painlessly. For extractions that require more complex attention, a referral to an oral maxillofacial surgeon specialist is sometimes recommended based on individual assessment.


Our expertly trained dentists at North Sydney Dental Practice have also undergone specific training in auxiliary techniques around teeth extractions to get the best possible outcome for you. This includes:

  • Effective and adequate local anaesthesia for maximum comfort
  • Qualifications specialised bone and gum grafting procedures to be used if necessary
  • Access to instant high tech 3D bone scans to plan around anatomical complexities or root structures for maximum safety and risk minimisation

Delivery of Safe and Effective Sedation Methods for Anxious Patients

In addition, our dentists work with an amazing team of clinical assistants who have great experience in surgical extraction procedures and putting you at ease. Our accredited clinic adheres to the strictest levels of sterilisation and infection control measures for your safety.

After your extraction, you will be provided with attentive follow up care to ensure your healing period goes as smoothly as possible. We will always make ourselves available if you have any issues or concerns after any procedure with us.

If you think you may need a tooth removal or extraction, book an appointment to discuss your options with one of our experienced team members. These options should be discussed with our team and you will be provided will all the necessary information to feel comfortable with your procedure.

Contact our caring team at North Sydney Dental Practice to arrange an assessment for you or a member of your family regarding tooth extractions in North Sydney.


*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risk. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.