Oral Surgeon Specialist
Dr Jill Mc Loughlin (BDS London) FDS RCS (Eng) GDC: 65579

Dr. Mcloughlin qualified from the London Hospital in 1990, became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1996 and was accredited as a Specialist in Oral Surgery in 2000.  She has practiced in several major hospitals including the Royal London and Northampton. She has been the resident oral surgeon at University College London Dental Centre for the past 15 years as well as a practice in Harley Street.  She continues to work with NHS patients at the Dental Centre, Croydon. Dr. Mcloughlin is a highly experienced oral surgeon and has particular expertise in treating anxious patients.

All patients are seen and managed with utmost care. Dr. Mcloughlin offers various Oral surgery procedures such as:

  • Simple and complex dental extractions
  • Removal of Simple and Complex Wisdom teeth
  • Removal of retained roots
  • Orthodontic extractions
  • Exposure and bonding of Unerupted teeth for Orthodontics

Most of our oral surgery procedures are carried out gently and quickly using local anaesthetic.  For particularly complicated procedures or very anxious patients we offer sedation which helps to relax patients and to put them more at ease.

Outside of dentistry, Jill is an accredited mediator and trainer in Compassionate Communication, and is the Managing Partner of a training business specialising in workshops in communication.

How are Wisdom Teeth Removed?

A tooth extraction is a relatively routine procedure. Our dental specialist Jill McLoughlin, called an oral surgeon, will recommend numbing this area in your mouth with local anaesthesia in most cases. Jill McLoughlin is an experienced oral surgeon who will assess your wisdom teeth and discuss the case witYouh you prior to removal.wisdomteethremoval

After the tooth is removed, you may be asked to bite down softly on a piece of gauze for a short period of time, to limit any bleeding that may occur. Some pain and swelling may occur but it will normally go away after a few days; however, you should call your dentist if you have prolonged or severe pain, swelling, bleeding or fever.

Removal of wisdom teeth due to crowding or impaction should not affect your bite or oral health in the future.