Oral Surgery

Our oral surgeons are expertly trained to carry out oral surgery procedures safely and carefully. We take the time to discuss the procedure with you in advance, including your pain relief and sedation options. At Angle House, your wellbeing is always our first priority.

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What is oral surgery?

Oral surgery includes the diagnoses and treatment of diseases of the mouth, teeth and jaws.

At Angle House our oral surgeons are expertly trained to carry out all oral surgery procedures safely and gently under local anesthetic, with or without sedation.

We use state-of-the-art facilities with the latest technologies, to ensure the highest levels of safety and precision.

Do I need oral surgery?

If you suffer from or require any of the following procedures, you could benefit from having oral surgery.

  • Routine dental extractions: Removing a tooth is often a last resort when it comes to dental care but for some patients there is simply no other option but to have a tooth (or teeth) extracted. If we identify that you need a routine dental extraction we will refer you to our specialist oral surgeon.
  • Complex extractions: Unfortunately not all tooth extractions are simple. If some of your teeth present with special or more complex issues, or if a previous extraction has failed, then we may recommend oral surgery to ensure the complex extraction is done with the level of expertise and precision required.
  • Extraction of wisdom teeth: If the time has come for you to have your wisdom teeth removed (although not every patient needs to) or your wisdom teeth have become impacted, a specialist oral surgeon will be able to remove these teeth with a simple procedure under local anaesthetic.
  • Retained roots and unerupted teeth: Sometimes when a tooth does not grow as it should, or the root of a tooth is fractured or buried, help may be required from a specialist oral surgeon to assist with surgical exposure of the tooth or to remove the root.
  • Soft tissue surgery: If you have a prominent fraenum, this may cause a gap between teeth or make it more difficult to maintain a high level of oral hygiene. Oral surgery can be beneficial in removing this—a procedure is called a fraenectomy.

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