Oral surgery must be carried out by a dentist who is qualified to carry out safe tooth removal. Certain techniques and treatment procedures are required in order to remove impacted wisdom teeth or a problem tooth with surgical care.
Our dentists are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) and our clinic is regulated and monitored by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) so you can rest assured you are in safe hands with our team of experts.
Dr Madin Khan BDS (London) MFGDP (UK) GDC No: 66736 has treated many patients with impacted wisdom teeth as well as helping them to save their teeth from extraction too. For more information simply call us on 020 8894 4639, or fill in our online enquiry form below for a complimentary non-clinical consultation.
Our modern, friendly and comfortable dental practice provides expert oral surgery in Twickenham, with a highly qualified dentist and team of trained and experienced nurses.
Patients who have advanced tooth decay or an impacted wisdom tooth should contact Montrose Smile Studio as soon as possible. Before we can safely extract a tooth, patients will be given a local anaesthetic to help them from feeling any pain or major discomfort. We also offer sedation options to anxious patients so by providing minor oral surgery at our practice, we can treat patients without them having to be referred to the nearest hospital.
Our dental practice is equipped with the necessary surgical and recovery facilities and we can offer appointments without delay.
After surgery, patients usually experience light swelling and discomfort. This can be eased away with normal painkillers.
Most invasive dental treatments and oral surgery procedures are carried out under local anesthetic. This involves a tiny injection into the gum to numb the area being treated. With a local anesthetic the patient will remain awake throughout the surgical procedure.
For nervous patients, we can offer oral or intravenous sedation options. Intravenous (IV) sedation is where a sedative is passed through the vein in the back of the hand.