Wisdom Tooth Removals in Dallas
Your dentist might recommend a consultation with an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, like Dr. Chilcoat or Dr. Brown, in order to determine whether there is any disease present in your third molars. Some problems with wisdom teeth are only visible on an x-ray and problems can exist without any wisdom tooth pain or symptoms. Our surgeons will do an examination and provide a diagnosis and plan for treatment if you need it. Some patients have wisdom teeth which are causing no problems with their dental health and have no disease or pathology. If our surgeons diagnoses a disease in the third molars, they will recommend a wisdom tooth removal procedure.
Getting your wisdom teeth removed can be scary for a lot of patients. Texas Wisdom understands this and makes every effort to put you at ease and make you feel comfortable. At our Dallas wisdom tooth practice, Our team of professional dental assistants are specially trained to provide for your physical and emotional comfort as well as your safety. For extraction of wisdom teeth, our Dallas oral surgeons provide personalized patient care with genuine concern and compassion.
Once a diagnosis has been made and our surgeons have recommended the removal of your third molars, they will review a plan for the surgical procedure with you. You will receive important information about your diagnosis, the wisdom tooth removal procedure, how you should prepare for the surgery and how you should prepare for your recovery time at home.
On the day you arrive for your surgery, you will be greeted by a team member who will get you prepared for your surgery. You will be asked to read and sign a consent form for surgery and you will be given the opportunity to ask questions and verify your treatment. It is very important to have all of your concerns addressed prior to having your treatment performed. Your safety and comfort are extremely important. You will be monitored carefully throughout your surgery and recovery period while in the office. Our doctors and dental assistants are all specially trained for IV general anesthesia and have undergone additional training and certification for Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
Once you are asleep under IV general anesthesia, your wisdom tooth removal procedure will be performed. You will sleep comfortably through the entire procedure, and wake up without pain due to the local anesthesia injections you receive while asleep. The procedure itself is very simple and painless for you and recovery from the anesthesia is short. Within minutes of the completion of your surgery you will be awake, talking and likely even walking around. Most patients are ready to go home shortly after the surgery is over