Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom Teeth Removal

For the many people considering options for wisdom teeth removal, Nevada Dentistry & Braces in Las Vegas is here to accommodate your needs and make the experience as comfortable as possible. We also offer sedation during wisdom tooth extraction for those with anxiety or pain level concerns.

What Are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last set of teeth to grow in, usually between between the ages of 17 to 25. Located in the back of the mouth, these teeth are considered vestigial, which is to say we no longer need them due to the evolution of the human diet.

The teeth sometimes erupt normally and don’t result in dental problems. However, this is often not the case. For many people, wisdom teeth may grow at an angle and become impacted, or trapped, in the jaw or gums. When this happens, the safest and most comfortable option is to have the teeth removed.

Risks Of Leaving Wisdom Teeth In

If a wisdom tooth or teeth begin causing pain, this is likely a sign that angled eruption is occurring and a visit to the dentist is highly recommended. Leaving wisdom teeth in can result in numerous dental problems, including:

  • Gum Disease & Infection
  • Trapped Food/Debris
  • Nearby Tooth/Bone Damage
  • Decay In Partially Emerged Teeth
  • Cysts Around The Tooth

Sedation Options For Tooth Removal

Nevada Dentistry & Braces offers different forms of sedation to provide increased comfort during your wisdom teeth removal. The level of anesthesia used will depend upon several factors such as patient pain threshold, anxiety, or length of the procedure. We will work with you to help determine the best option for you.

  • General Anesthesia
  • Nitrous Oxide
  • Sedative Capsule
  • IV Sedation

General Anesthesia

Some people are lucky enough to have little or no complications when their wisdom teeth come in. Often, these patients only require local anesthesia before the surgery. An injection is used to numb the area around the teeth before removal. Being fully aware during this procedure might induce anxiety in many patients, so other methods such as laughing gas and general anesthesia may help relax and calm the mind.

Nitrous — The Most Common Method

Many dentists opt for using nitrous oxide when removing wisdom teeth, also known as “laughing gas.” This effective and safe method involves breathing in gas through an oxygen mask. The patient will become sedated quickly. However, this does not last very long and is used for less complex procedures. Nitrous will completely relax you but does not put you to sleep. When the procedure is over, and it wears off, you’ll feel like you just woke up from a really good nap.

Enteral Sedation

Enteral sedation is commonly used in a liquid capsule form and laughing gas to create complete relaxation. Only lasting for a couple of hours, this is an ideal option for removing wisdom teeth.

Intravenous Sedation

Sometimes wisdom teeth are impacted or stuck below the surface of your gums because there isn’t enough room in your mouth for them to move in. A deeper form of sedation is needed in this case and some other related complications. A sedative is administered through an IV directly into the bloodstream, where it gets to work quickly. You will be continuously monitored by your dentist during the procedure and will wake up in a few hours with your wisdom teeth removed.

Pain-Free Wisdom Tooth Removal

We offer many sedation options for wisdom teeth removal and Nevada Dentistry & Braces in Las Vegas. Whether your wisdom teeth have moved in completely or they are impacted, we will help determine the best way for you to have a pain-free experience. Contact our office to schedule an appointment and discuss your options.

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Wisdom Teeth Extraction With Sedation

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All four of your wisdom teeth removed with sedation.

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Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Nevada Dentistry & Braces

All four of your wisdom teeth removed without sedation.

Expires: Feb-12-2023

Promo Code: WISDOM799

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