Oral Surgery

Removing teeth and wisdom teeth in a painless way

Make saying 'goodbye' painless

As much as we want to save teeth, sometimes there are unfortunate situations where a tooth just cannot be saved anymore. 

It is also not uncommon for wisdom teeth to cause issues as they are often unable to fit into your mouth due to the lack of space available. When there is no space, this causes the wisdom tooth to be stuck or partially stuck under the gum, leading to infections. 

Having surgery is anxiety inducing – no matter how tough you normally are. We promise to hold your hand and work with maximum efficiency and safety, and have a range of sedation options, should you choose to, to help you get through this with maximum comfort.

What to expect

If you choose to be sedated, all you will remember is the sedation medicine going in, and waking up with gauze in your mouth when everything is over.

Otherwise, local anesthetic is administered to numb the teeth, gum and surrounding area. During the surgery, there may be drilling, crackling noises, tons of pressure sensation, despite being profoundly numb. With over 10,000 hours of experience under our belt, saying ‘goodbye’ can be predictable and painless.

If you would like more information, talk to our friendly team so we can guide you every step of the way.

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