Dental Extractions in Milton Keynes

We have a very experienced team of dentists who offer a full range of simple and complicated Dental Tooth Extractions, including Wisdom Teeth.

We also offer a full range of Oral Surgery Procedures.

Last month more than 500 patients used our emergency dental service and our dentists are very experienced in simple and complicated Dental Tooth Extractions, including Wisdom Teeth and other Oral Surgical Procedures.

95% of Oral surgery procedures involve Tooth Extractions. As the only Dental Practice in Milton Keynes that is open 7 days a week 365 days a year we do several hundred Oral Surgery procedures a month, including more than 50 Wisdom teeth cases a month.

In the most complex cases we can do 3D CT scans.

Generally most patients who have oral surgery procedures do so because of pain, and in the vast majority of cases we offer a same day surgery service.

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Wisdom Teeth Extractions

We complete over a 100 Wisdom Tooth extractions a month. Most of these are straight forward and are completed very quickly.

The more difficult cases will either be because there is a risk of nerve damage, excessive bone removal or orientation.

We offer dental care 7 days a week 365 days a year.

We offer Sedation 7 days a week

We are seeing and Increasing number of patients who are on NHS 12 month+ waiting lists for simple and straight forward Oral Surgery procedures and extractions.

We offer an easy, affordable and quick way for patients to have their treatment completed.

Difficult Teeth Extractions

To some extent all extractions are difficult, but we have a very experienced Oral Surgery Team and we can offer TREATMENT WITH OUT DELAY WHICH IS affordable, professional and convenient.

We also have a full range of Diagnostic X-ray Tools: Panoral and CT Scans

Dificult Extraction
Broken roots
Twisted Roots
Roots near to Nerves
Roots near to sinus's
Impacted Teeth

Our Oral Surgery Team

All our dentists are trained to carry out most surgical procedures including Extractions and Bone Augmentation. Between them, they carry out several hundred Oral Surgery procedures a month.

We offer an Oral Surgery service 7 Days A Week

Our Oral Surgery Team is lead by Dr Iyad Abou-Rabii and Dr David Gilmartin.

To make an appointment please ring 01908 690326 or email us on
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Dr Iyad Abou-Rabii
offers a full range of Oral Surgery and Implant treatments.

Iyad is an extremely experienced surgeon with and extensive experience in general dental surgery and Dental Implants.

Iyad has completed more than 2000 implants, and 1000's of minor oral surgery procedures (impacted teeth).

Iyad has published many articles in international Dental and Medical Journals

Our Extraction and Oral Surgery Charges

Extractions From £95 (Average 115)
Complex Multi Rooted Extractions From £135 (Average 165)
Simple Wisdom Extractions From £95 (Average 145)
Complex Multi Rooted Wisdom Extractions From £155 (Average 175)
Surgical Wisdom Extractions From £195 (Average 245)
Frenectomies From £250 (Average 365)
Apicectomies From £400 (Average 645)

Bone Grafting/Augmentation in Milton Keynes

Our team at the practice offers bone grafting/augmentation in an ultra modern and safe environment.

In fact the benefits of Bone Augmentation are now so well known that almost all our extractions now involve bone grafting, and so we have built up a very experienced team and ALL the dentists in the practice are now trained to do bone grafting.

These are a relatively easy procedure when carried out by experience practitioners and our clinical team has a vast range of experience.

Basically we use artificial bone to promote the formation of real bone.

Charges for Bone Augmentation and Membrane

Bone Grafting/Augmentation at time of placing implant From £300 Average £350

Combination Bone Grafting/Augmentation and Membrane at time of placing implant From £400 Average £450

Bone Grafting/Augmentation as a separate procedure From £300 Average £350

Combination Bone Grafting/Augmentation and Membrane as a separate procedure From £400 Average £450

Guided Bone Regeneration

Guided bone regeneration (GBR) involves the use of a membrane that physically separates the osseous tissue from the soft tissue. Ridge augmentation is based on the principle that different cellular components in the tissue have varying rates of migration into a wound area during healing. By using a membrane as a mechanical barrier, fibroblasts and epithelial cells are excluded from the osseous tissue, so that only osseous cells are available to repopulate the healing area. There are several important elements to take into account when grafting a site, such as use of membranes, type of graft, space maintenance, suturing, flap release and design, site preparation, and post-operative medication.


Without a membrane, competing cells from the soft tissue may populate the treatment area and prevent osteogenesis. Barrier membranes used in guided bone regeneration procedures can be either resorbable or non-resorbable.

Non-resorbable membranes provide a long-term barrier effect but are subject to soft tissue opening and membrane exposure, which can lead to infection, early membrane removal, and compromised results. Resorbable membranes are less prone to soft tissue opening and becoming infected but some may not function as an intact barrier for extended periods of time.

The efficacy of the membrane technique to prevent graft resorption may be due to a combination of different factors, including:

1) Prevention of fibroblast mass action;

2) prevention of contact inhibition by heterotypic cell interaction;

3) exclusion of cell-derived soluble inhibitory factors; and

4) concentration, locally, of growth stimulatory factor.

We use only the very best artificial bone and tissue substitutes. We chose these because there lots of research papers showing great results.