In our clinic, it is possible to remove both wisdom teeth of different levels of complexity, as well as inflamed, problematic single-rooted and multi-rooted teeth. You can also remove the remaining roots, after the complete destruction of the crown part of the tooth.

When should a wisdom tooth be removed?
Even if a wisdom tooth has fully erupted, it is prone to infections of the teeth and gums because it is difficult to reach with a toothbrush and clean properly. If a defect is noticed in the wisdom tooth, then it is more often chosen to remove it than to restore it, because high-quality treatment is difficult, long and expensive, and there is a high probability that the tooth will continue to cause problems.
To remove a wisdom tooth, it may be necessary to open the gum or remove the surrounding bone. The wound is then sutured. If the wisdom tooth was removed with the help of local anesthesia, then there should be no problems getting home or to work from the clinic on your own. Nevertheless, it is advisable not to plan excessive loads for at least the first three days.
Simple or complex tooth extraction - get rid of the discomfort of an impacted or misplaced tooth

Our surgeons
Dr. Darja Sorokina
DDS, General Dentist: Pediatric Dentistry, Surgery, Implantology
Dr. Anna Kozule
DDS, General Dentist
Service prices
Single root tooth extraction
Double root tooth extraction
Complex extraction (osteotomy, tooth separation)
Wisdom teeth extraction
Surcharge for complex extraction of the 2nd category (osteotomy)
Surcharge for complex extraction of the 3rd category (osteotomy, tooth furcation)
Loose tooth extraction
Loose tooth extraction (child)
Complex extraction of a primary tooth (child)
Resection of the tooth root tip
Dissection, abscess drainage
Wound treatment after extraction
Suture release
Extraction of a tooth and resection of the the tooth root- we eliminate the focus of infection and prevent infection of adjacent teeth
Frequently asked questions:
20 k +
2500 +
of patients return to us
800 +
How to find us:
1. “E.Birznieka-Upīša iela” stop, Trolleybus № 13, towards the center
2. Paid parking lot E.Birznieka-Upīša along the street, zone “B”
3. Paid parking E.Birznieka-Upīša iela 22
SIA We care, registration Nr. 40203068188
medical institution code 010001913
legal / actual address:
Ernesta Birznieka-Upīša iela 27-27,
Riga, LV-1011
Account: LV48HABA0551043442349
You can make an appointment with our specialists by phone or by sending us an e-mail
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