Oral Surgery – Ottawa, ON
Improving Your Oral Health For the Future
Tooth extractions, crown lengthening, and wisdom tooth extractions are just three types of oral surgery our team at Smyth Dental Centre offers. Capable of protecting patients’ smiles and improving oral health for the future, our dental professionals use advanced dental technology and techniques to keep patients out of pain and completely at ease during these kinds of procedures. If you suspect that you or a member of your family might benefit from one of these treatments, call our office to schedule an appointment.
Why Choose Smyth Dental Centre for Oral Surgery?
- Sedation Dentistry for Anxious Patients
- Dental Practice Serving Ottawa Since 1985
- We Welcome Your Dental Insurance
Tooth extractions are not a form of treatment that most dentists recommend right away. Typically, it is used as a last resort when other restorative solutions are ineffective. It is best for a patient to keep their natural teeth; however, when a person’s oral health is at risk, the only way to avoid more serious symptoms and dental issues is to remove the problematic tooth. Using state-of-the-art technology and a gentle touch, our team will ensure patients’ comfort and safety while working to remove a damaged or decayed tooth.
Wisdom Tooth Extractions
Commonly referred to by dentists as third molars, wisdom tooth extraction is often experienced by older teens and young adults. Once necessary components of a person’s mouth, they no longer serve a purpose, making them more of a nuisance and causing problems inside the oral cavity. By removing these teeth, we can improve oral health as well as alleviate any discomfort caused by overcrowding.
When one or more teeth require restorative care in the form of a dental crown, it may be necessary to remove excess gum tissue before it can be placed. The reason is that an artificial tooth cannot properly remain in place if a person lacks enough tooth structure. To fix the problem, we can perform crown lengthening to expose more of the tooth’s surface, allowing a customized dental crown to be put into place for proper protection.