Surgical Care

wisdom teeth extractionDental Surgical procedures such as extractions, placement of dental implants, or gum or bone reshaping are sometimes required to restore oral health or enhance the appearance of a patient's smile. Dr. Brockington and his clinical team provide in-office surgical care as part of their full-mouth restorative program.

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, develop in many young adults. The challenge with these teeth is that in most cases, there is not enough room for them in the mouth, and they become extremely difficult to clean and are highly susceptible to tooth decay, infection and gum disease. Dr. Brockington has twenty years' experience in removal of wisdom teeth. Contact Dr. Brockington to schedule a consultation.


docsFor Your Comfort

Sedation options are available, including Conscious Sedation, or "sleep dentistry". Using this approach, an oral sedative is taken a few hours before the procedure to keep the patient in a fully relaxed state during the dental procedure.

Read more about what patients have to say about Conscious Sedation on the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation web site: www.sedationcare.com

 

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