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Fees for removal of wisdom teeth have the following components

  1. Dentist fees
  2. Private Hospital fees or IV facility fees
  3. Anaesthetist fees

Dentist fees vary due to number of wisdom teeth and degree of difficulty, but in general the fees will be no greater than

$276 for each upper wisdom tooth (item number 323)
$341 for each lower wisdom tooth (item number 324)

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Private Hospital fees are fully covered are usually if you have top private health fund cover. For people not in a fund or low level tables, click here for a quote

Anaesthetist fees are partly covered by Medicare and partly by your health fund (if you are in one) click here for a quote.

Fees for worker compensation cases require full assessment and above fees are not accurate. Click here for assessment.

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