Oral Surgery

Few things cause more patient anxiety than hearing the words “oral surgery.” This includes tooth extractions and wisdom tooth removal. However, rest assured that each of these procedures can be quickly completed with a minimal amount of discomfort and practically pain free. If you are in need of oral surgery, let us talk to you openly about your specific procedure, answer all of your questions and set your mind at ease.

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While the No. 1 goal of dentistry to is protect and preserve your natural teeth, some teeth must be removed or extracted due to severe decay, advanced periodontal disease, or because they have become broken beyond repair. If you’d like to learn more, just ask us or your favorite hockey player.

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Wisdom Tooth Extractions

Wisdom teeth are a third set of molars often found in the permanent dentition or dental arch. You may have anywhere between one and four wisdom teeth or none at all. While usually it is best for wisdom teeth to be removed, this is not always the case. Your dentist will best be able to best advise you.