Wisdom Teeth Bowral

Life’s better without wisdom tooth pain.

A comfortable, caring place for your wisdom tooth removal

At The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery Bowral, we offer caring and comfortable treatment. 

You may be feeling stressed or worried about having your wisdom teeth removed but there is nothing to fear.

We are here to help and care for you every step of the way.

What are wisdom teeth?

Wisdom teeth are molars at the very back of the mouth that come out in early adulthood and can often cause pain and infection.

But there is no need for you to spend months suffering; get treatment quickly at The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery and move on with your life ASAP.

Do I have to get my wisdom teeth removed?

Not everyone has to get their wisdom teeth removed. If your wisdom teeth are impacted, infected, rubbing against your cheek or gums, or overcrowded, wisdom tooth removal surgery is a lasting solution. 

The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery uses the latest 3D imaging technology to see if your wisdom teeth need to be removed now or possibly in the future.

What’s the first step?

We are here to help you decide if wisdom teeth removal is the right choice for you.

Why choose The Grand Arcade

Caring, comfortable
and thorough treatment
Honest communication
no surprises on costs
Feel safe
with exceptional infection control

3 steps to  your pain


Easily book your appointment online at a time that suits you and come in for an examination including x-rays and discuss treatment options and costs.


We’ll tell you if your procedure can be done here under local anaesthetic, or we’ll refer you to a trusted specialist.


We’ll see how you’re doing the next day and schedule follow-up appointments.

Wisdom teeth removal cost

From $340

HCF More for teeth

NIB First Choice Dentist

HICAPS available for on‑the‑spot rebates

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1. How can I tell if I need my wisdom teeth removed?

You may be experiencing pain from an infection or an impacted tooth. This may cause headaches, a gum ‘flap’, a cyst on your gums or mouth sores from your teeth rubbing against your cheeks.

2. How many days off will I need if I have my wisdom teeth removed?

For most people recovery is about three to four days. If your teeth were severely impacted you may need a week to recover.

3. Will I be asleep for the procedure?

Thanks to modern techniques, there is no need for this procedure to be done under sedation in most cases. You will be made very comfortable with local anaesthetic, so you won’t feel a thing - and you will recover faster. If your situation is especially complex, we will refer you to a trusted specialist who will perform the removal under general anaesthetic.

Have a question about wisdom tooth removal at the Grand Arcade?