Wisdom Teeth Removal
As dental plaque is allowed to buildup, overall risk for periodontal disease, recurring infections and tooth decay increase for the wisdom tooth and its neighbouring tooth by creating a trap for dental plaque to accumulate between them.
To avoid such problems, once the decision to remove the tooth is made, and the site is thoroughly numbed, the dentist will need to expose and remove the tissues that over lay the impacted tooth.
By sectioning the tooth into smaller parts, it improves the surgeons ability to remove the entire tooth through a smaller opening, minimizing the amount of bone that needs to be removed to take out the tooth and thereby helping to reduce recovery time.
We offer Oral sedation or IV sedation for all surgical services.