Dental surgery at the Cambridge Clinic

Rely on a dentist with many years of experience.

Surgical treatments cover a wide range of procedures – from complicated extractions to the insertion of implants. With us, under local anesthesia or general anesthesia. For your comfort and absolute freedom from pain.


We make sure that a tooth extraction is only carried out if it is absolutely necessary. Extraction is a serious measure to solve dental problems that no dentist recommends lightly. Before deciding on extraction, the dentist carries out detailed examinations, makes a precise diagnosis and confirms the necessity with the help of an X-ray of the affected tooth or jaw.

If an extraction is unavoidable, we ensure that the procedure is calm and pain-free.

Wisdom tooth extraction

The removal of wisdom teeth, also known as wisdom tooth extraction, is a surgical procedure to remove one or more wisdom teeth. These are the four permanent molars located in the back corners of your mouth at the top and bottom.

If a wisdom tooth, also known as a third molar, does not have enough space to grow, it can be wedged in. If a wedged wisdom tooth causes pain, infection or other dental problems, it is usually recommended to have it removed by a dentist or oral surgeon. Some dentists and oral surgeons even advise the removal of wisdom teeth, even if they are not currently causing any problems, as they can lead to complications later in life.

At our clinic, we provide expert care to ensure that your wisdom teeth are removed safely and as painlessly as possible.

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You ask - we answer

We are happy to answer frequently asked questions to improve understanding of our processes

A tooth extraction is a surgical procedure in which a tooth is removed. This is necessary when teeth are severely damaged, advanced periodontitis is present, or there is not enough space in the jaw for all teeth, which can be the case especially with wisdom teeth.

Wisdom teeth are the last molars that typically erupt in adulthood. Their removal is often recommended if they are misaligned, unable to fully erupt (impacted), or if they cause pain, infection, or other problems.

Wisdom tooth removal can be performed under local anesthesia, sedation, or general anesthesia, depending on the complexity of the case and patient preference. The dentist or oral surgeon opens the gum tissue over the affected tooth, removes any bone blocking access to the tooth root, and extracts the tooth.

After the extraction, you may experience swelling, mild bleeding, and pain. It is important to follow your dentist’s instructions to avoid infection and promote healing. This includes rest, avoiding hard chewing in the extraction area, and using cool compresses to reduce swelling.

The initial healing of the wound usually takes a few weeks, but the complete healing process can take several months depending on the extent of the procedure. Good oral hygiene and regular check-ups are essential for a successful recovery.