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Feel Better With Oral Surgery in Winnipeg, MB
Dr. Rose Dhillon and Dr. Doug McDermid are general dentists in Winnipeg, MB who can also perform oral surgery. In fact, they’ve performed many oral surgery procedures during their decades in dentistry.
While they do all they can to keep your teeth and gums healthy, sometimes an oral surgery procedure is the best way to preserve your dental health. The dental damage that makes surgery necessary may also cause you pain, so your oral surgery procedure will likely leave you feeling better too.
Among the oral surgery procedures you can get in our office:
Call Lakewood Dental Centre at (204) 977-8515 to discuss an oral surgery procedure.
From Diagnosis to Aftercare, We Look After Your Dental Health
Our dentists won’t consider an oral surgery procedure until they’ve given you a comprehensive exam, including X-rays, and discussed all your treatment options with you. We can show you exactly what is going on in your mouth with an intraoral camera so you’ll better understand the possible options.
We’ll schedule your procedure to allow ample time for recovery. We open early and stay open late, so you can choose the best time for your recuperation. You will typically need to take it easy for at least a few hours. Our dentists will make sure you understand how to ease discomfort and explain any modifications you may need to make in your diet and oral hygiene routine.
We can also discuss possible teeth replacements after tooth removal, including dental implants. Our dentists may recommend a socket preservation procedure, where they will place material designed to increase bone growth at your extraction site. This will make it easier to receive teeth replacements when you’re ready.
You Can Supplement Anesthesia With Dental Sedation
Our dentists will use local anesthesia to keep you comfortable during your oral surgery procedure. You can also choose one of two types of dental sedation: inhaled sedation (“laughing gas”) or oral sedation. We can help you determine which level of sedation is appropriate for you.