Oral Surgery To Remove Teeth
Teeth may need removal either because of infection due to dental decay or may need to be removed as a part of other treatment planning, for instance for orthodontic treatment.
Treatment can be carried out either under local anaesthetic which involves numbing the area or by a short general anaesthetic which means you are asleep for the procedure and may require a brief stay in hospital.
The choice of how and where your teeth are removed should be based on you treatment needs, personal preference, and also your medical suitability for either a local or general anaesthetic.
It is important that you see a specialist, who can talk through the various options and explain the risks and benefits of each treatment choice. You are then in a position to make your own choice and we can arrange treatment as quickly as possible.