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Wisdom tooth extraction Amsterdam

If your wisdom tooth is bothering you, it may need to be removed by an expert dentist. The pain can be caused by the molar pressing on the jaw or by insufficient space in the mouth growing crookedly. In the latter case, it is wise to have the tooth extracted. If you are experiencing pain, it is always wise to come by and seek advice from a dentist. At Studentist you can easily make an appointment online. The benefits of Studentist Amsterdam:

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How is a wisdom tooth extracted?

Removing a wisdom tooth can be divided into 3 steps: taking photos, removing the tooth and the after-treatment. We will explain the steps for you:

Step 1: taking X-rays

If your wisdom tooth is bothering you, the dentist will first take a photo. He then checks whether the tooth is growing crookedly. If so, the wisdom tooth probably needs to be extracted. If the gums are already inflamed or the wisdom tooth is too deep in the gums, you will be referred to a dental surgeon.

Step 2: remove the wisdom teeth

First, you will receive an anesthetic to make the treatment as painless as possible. The dentist will then push the gums aside and make room to remove the tooth. He moves the tooth a little, so that in most cases he can pull your tooth in one go. We then suture the wound and place a gauze pad on it. You have to bite down on this for 30 minutes. Having a wisdom tooth removed takes about 15 minutes.

Step 3: after treatment

The anesthetic will last for a while, but take paracetamol an hour before the treatment. A few hours after the treatment, the anesthesia no longer works. Then the pain returns and you can take another painkiller. You should not rinse your mouth on the day of the treatment because the blood in the wound has not yet clotted. You may cool the outside of the cheek to prevent swelling. You are also allowed to drink and brush your teeth.

Wisdom tooth extraction rates in Amsterdam

The rates for removing a wisdom tooth are the same at all dentists in the Netherlands. They have been determined nationally by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa). If you are referred to the dental surgeon in the hospital, different rates apply and what you have to pay depends on the deductible of your health insurance.

More information about the rates can be found on our rates page. By regularly going for periodic check-ups, you prevent problems, which means you are less likely to need expensive treatments.

Reimbursement by the health insurer

Young people up to the age of 18 are insured under the basic insurance. If you are 18 years or older, you must take out additional insurance if you think you will have to undergo major operations more often. Depending on your policy and health insurer, the removal of a wisdom tooth is fully or partially reimbursed. Ask your health insurer about the reimbursements and conditions.

Tandarts Mevr. A.C. Koevoets, Msc.
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandarts Mevr. L. Jacobs-Verburgt, MSc.
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandarts Mevr. M.F. Wilschut, MSc.
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandarts Mevr. T. Hakim, MSc.
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandarts Mevr. K.L. ten Böhmer, MSc
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandarts Mevr. V. Masthoff, MSc.
Amsterdam Centrum

Geregistreerd Mondhygiënist Dhr. B.M. Rutten, BSc.
Amsterdam Centrum

Office-manager/Preventie-assistente Mevr. L. Schoen-Piket
Amsterdam Centrum

Geregistreerd Mondhygiënist Dhr. A. Naveed, BaH.
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandartsassistente Mevr. D. Nguyen
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandartsassistente Mevr. P.C. Vet
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandartsassistente Mevr. E. Arrias
Amsterdam Centrum

Studente tandheelkunde Mevr. J. Kindt
Amsterdam Centrum

Tandarts Dhr. B. Hazenoot MSc.
Amsterdam Centrum

Student tandheelkunde Dhr. A.R. Lotfy
Amsterdam Centrum

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Where is Studentist Amsterdam

You can find us in the heart of Amsterdam at Nieuwe Doelenstraat 1A. You can come by bike, car or public transport. From Amsterdam Central station you can reach our practice within 10 minutes. You can use the following tram lines:

  • Tram 14 (direction Flevopark) – Rokin stop
  • Tram 24 (direction VU medical center) – Muntplein stop
  • Tram 4 (towards RAI Station) – Stop Spui (Rokin)
  • Metro 51 (direction Westwijk) – Metro station Nieuwmarkt
  • Metro 52 (direction Station Zuid) – Rokin Metro Station

Timetables in Amsterdam are unpredictable. Therefore, always consult and avoid being late for your appointment.

Contact details Studentist Amsterdam

Studentist Amsterdam
Nieuwe Doelenstraat 1A
1012 CP Amsterdam

Phone: 020 751 0839
Emergency: (outside opening hours): 020 723 48 48

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09:00 - 17:00


09:00 - 17:00


09:00 – 21:15


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