wisdom teeth
removal perth

Unfortunately, sometimes wisdom teeth need to be removed.

That’s why our qualified, experienced dentists offer wisdom teeth removal Perth residents can trust. 

The Wisdom Teeth Removal Process

The procedure for wisdom teeth removal varies depending on the case’s complexity.

Wisdom Teeth Removal Cost

Wisdom teeth removal costs range between $220-$480 per tooth based on several factors, including the complexity of the extraction and the type of procedure required.

Simple extractions, where the tooth is easily accessible, typically fall towards the lower end of the price range.

However, surgical extractions, which involve cutting into the gum and removing bone, may incur higher costs due to their increased complexity.

We believe in offering quality care at affordable prices, ensuring you receive the treatment you need without financial surprises.


Our dentists are members of reputable dental associations, including the Australian Dental Association WA (ADAWA) and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). We are also accredited by QIP, meaning our practice adheres to industry guidelines and regulations.

We accept all health funds, claimable on the spot for your convenience. We are preferred providers with HBF, HCF, CBHS and NIB, meaning you can maximise your rebate.

We also provide interest free payment plan options via The Tooth Market’s Fund My Dental. We also participate in government aided programs such as the Child Dental Benefits Scheme and provide top quality treatment for Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) card holders.

Meet Our Team

Why Choose Genesis?

As a trusted team of dental professionals, we are committed to high-quality patient care. Our skilled dentists cater to a vast range of dental services, including general and cosmetic dentistry, as well as emergency and family dentistry.

We take pride in our team comprising Dr Serene Ong, Dr Ben Luu, Dr Alan Yeong, and Dr Ashleigh Furfaro. Each member of our friendly team has extensive experience and the ability to accommodate the patients’ every need. Everyone strives to build a healthy working environment that nurtures a specialised approach to treating patients.

At Genesis Dental, we are dedicated and passionate about ensuring each appointment is relaxed and comfortable. We make it our serious mission to guarantee every need is attended to so that you look forward to your next visit. That’s the key to a lifetime of a beautiful and confident smile.

Your teeth and oral health deserve the best care possible – that’s exactly what our superior service entails.

Wisdom Teeth FAQs

What is the recovery process like after wisdom tooth removal?

As you recover from wisdom tooth extraction, you’ll have to follow the after-care plan to ensure your mouth does not get infected. During recovery, it is imperative to:

  • Avoid solid foods for one or two weeks
  • Wear an ice pack bandage on your jaw as needed for the first few days
  • Not be alarmed if you notice some bruising around your jawline or a bit of swelling
  • Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol, partaking in strenuous physical activity, or drinking hot liquids for at least 24 hours 
  • Contact your dentist immediately if you experience intense pain or swelling

Can I prevent wisdom tooth removal?

Although you cannot prevent wisdom tooth impaction, regular dental checkups allow your dentist to monitor the emergence of wisdom teeth and watch for complications before they cause irreversible damage.

Does wisdom tooth extraction require an overnight stay?

No, wisdom tooth removal does not require an overnight stay.

Why do wisdom teeth need to be removed?

Wisdom teeth can be harder to clean, making them more susceptible to plaque build up and a variety of dental problems.​

Wisdom tooth complications can include:

  • Infection
  • Damage to surrounding teeth
  • Overcrowding of other teeth
  • Cysts
  • Decay
  • Gum disease
  • Swollen, irritated gums
  • Red, tender, or bleeding gums
  • Swelling of the jaw
  • Jaw pain
  • Bad breath
  • Difficulty opening the mouth
  • An unpleasant taste in the mouth

What are wisdom teeth?

Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth to emerge and typically come through between the ages of 17 and 25.​

Most individuals have four wisdom teeth. Two on the top and two on the bottom at the back of the mouth. These back teeth, also known as third molars, may erupt without any problems but they can also be impacted.

Impacted wisdom teeth are a result of misaligned jaw orientation or insufficient space to erupt. When wisdom teeth are impacted, a variety of complications can occur, making it important to schedule a dental visit immediately to prevent further issues.