When the community’s involved, we have that sense of contribution to a bigger group. That is where I find dentistry is most enjoyable.

Jason Tung

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Dr Jason Tung and the team at Beenleigh Marketplace Dental offer a range of treatments to help you maintain and restore good oral health.

I am in pain Help!

I am in pain Help!

Beenleigh Marketplace Dental offers emergency dentistry to help you receive the care you need; when you need it.

I have had some pain for a while Help!

I have had some pain for a while Help!

If you’ve been experiencing pain in your teeth, gums or jaws but you can’t see any problem; it is time to visit the dentist.

I don’t like the look of my teeth Help!

I don’t like the look of my teeth Help!

If you are unhappy with the look of your teeth, you have a number of options; including dental veneers, teeth whitening and dental crowns.

I have a few issues Help!

I have a few issues Help!

If you have two or more issues, see how we can help by answering just a few simple questions!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are wisdom teeth?

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last set of teeth to develop in the human mouth. They often emerge between the ages of 17 and 25 and can cause problems due to a lack of space in the jaw. Many people have their wisdom teeth removed to prevent complications such as pain, infections, or damage to other teeth.

Not everyone needs to get their wisdom teeth removed. The decision to remove wisdom teeth is based on various factors, including the individual’s oral health, the position of the teeth, and whether they are causing or are likely to cause problems.

If the wisdom teeth are properly aligned, fully erupted, and can be easily cleaned, they may not require removal. However, if the wisdom teeth are impacted (trapped beneath the gums or bone), causing pain, crowding other teeth, or leading to other dental issues, their removal is often recommended.

It is important to consult with a dentist or oral surgeon who can evaluate your specific situation and provide appropriate guidance. They will consider factors such as the size of your jaw, the condition of the wisdom teeth, and any potential risks or complications associated with leaving them in place.

“Impacted” wisdom teeth are teeth that do not have enough space to fully emerge or grow properly in the mouth. This can cause pain, infections, damage to neighbouring teeth, and other complications. In such cases, it is often recommended to have the impacted wisdom teeth removed.

All surgical procedures carry risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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