Wisdom Teeth

Usually the last teeth to erupt into the mouth, wisdom teeth can start to cause problems in your late teens or early twenties. If there is insufficient space around the jaw for the tooth to come through, it may become stuck or turn into an ‘impacted’ wisdom tooth. At TLC, we see this as a natural process and deal with it in a professional manner.

Our highly skilled and proactive team of dentists are well-trained and perform wisdom teeth removal procedures almost everyday in and around Perth, with exceptional precision and care, with the aim of leaving you in the least amount of pain after the procedure.

There’s no replacement for experience, and TLC has been successfully and carefully performing procedures like this for more than 30 years. Each one of our clinics is equipped with state-of-the-art, industry-relevant technology that ensures a perfect procedure when removing wisdom teeth, every single time.

Wisdom teeth surgery is something that, for many people, cannot be avoided. Although the thought of removing wisdom teeth can be an unpleasant one, our clinics operate with extreme efficiency and often leave patients’ expectations exceeded with our human-centered approach. It is the combination of high-tech equipment and tender, loving care that ensures a smile from each and every one of our patients as they leave any TLC clinic.

For an expert opinion on anything to do with wisdom tooth extraction, contact one of our professional clinics in Perth and surrounding areas, Winthrop or Mandurah North. Our proactive approach to dentistry means that we will contact you back within hours if you simply send us a message on our Contact Us page.

Wisdom teeth removal services in Perth

In some circumstances you may be referred to a Specialist Oral Surgeon to have your wisdom teeth removed under a general anaesthetic.

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We offer a wide range of common dentistry procedures.


- X-rays

Dental radiographs, also known as dental X-rays, are diagnostic images used by dentists to assess and monitor oral health. These digital images capture the internal structures of the teeth, bones, and surrounding tissues, providing valuable information not visible during a regular dental exam. Dental radiographs help detect dental issues such as cavities, gum disease, impacted teeth, and bone abnormalities. They aid in treatment planning and early detection of problems, leading to more effective and timely dental care. Digital dental X-rays release minimal radiation, similar to watching TV for a few hours, ensuring patient safety during the imaging process.

Professional scale

and clean or AirFlow®

Dental scale and clean, also known as dental cleaning or prophylaxis, is a routine preventive dental procedure performed by a dental hygienist or dentist. During the process, the dental professional removes plaque, tartar, and stains from the teeth and gums. Scaling involves scraping off the hardened plaque (tartar) from above and below the gumline, while polishing helps remove surface stains and smooth the teeth. Dental scale and clean help prevent gum disease, cavities, and bad breath, promoting overall oral health and a fresh, clean smile. It is recommended to have this procedure done every six months as part of regular dental check-ups.

At TLC Dental we offer the option of a conventional scale and clean or a scale and clean with AirFlow® technology.

AirFlow® technology is a dental cleaning method offered at TLC Dental. It uses a mixture of water, air, and fine powder to remove plaque, stains, and biofilm from teeth and gums. The AirFlow® device delivers a gentle and effective cleaning action, reaching areas that traditional scaling may miss. It is more comfortable than traditional methods, and the procedure is quicker, making it a popular choice for patients. AirFlow® technology leaves teeth feeling smooth, clean, and visibly brighter, contributing to better oral health and a fresh smile.




A routine dental check-up is a regular preventive dental appointment with a dentist. During this visit, the dentist examines your teeth, gums, and mouth for any signs of dental issues such as cavities, gum disease, or oral abnormalities. X-rays may be taken to detect hidden problems. The dentist also cleans your teeth, removing plaque and tartar buildup. The check-up helps identify and address dental problems early, preventing more extensive treatments in the future. Regular dental check-ups are essential for maintaining good oral health and preventing dental issues. It is generally recommended to have a check-up every six months, but the frequency may vary based on individual dental needs.

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