If you’re suffering from impacted 3rd molars (wisdom teeth), our experienced dentists can remove them, preserving and improving your oral health. We offer IV sedation, to increase your comfort during surgery.
Surgical procedures such as simple and complex dental extractions under the use of local anesthesia should be performed with caution. Neighboring nerve tissues, under rare circumstances, may become temporarily or permanently damaged during the process.
Why do I need a tooth extraction?
If your tooth has an infection that is damaging the bone, or is causing you pain or discomfort, the only option may be tooth extraction.
Our first goal is to save the tooth, but if it is not possible, extraction can prevent further damage from infection.
Once the extraction is complete, you then have the option of replacing your missing tooth/teeth.
Procedures such as dental implants and dental bridges are excellent choices for tooth replacement.