Wisdom Teeth

Need your wisdom teeth removed? Have your wisdom teeth removed over a single procedure and completely asleep. We strive to provide you with the best care available. Your procedure is performed by a dental specialist in surgery (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon), and your sleep is provided by a medical specialist in anesthesia (Physician Anesthesiologist). Book a consultation today.

Why an an oral and maxillofacial surgeon?

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is the surgical specialty of dentistry. An oral and maxillofacial surgeon is a dental specialist who completed four years of dental school and also at least an additional four years of specialty training focused on surgery.

There are rare situations where wisdom teeth cannot be removed. Drs. Moore and Wong have extensive hospital based surgical training to handle the most medically and/or surgically complex situations. If you have been told that you cannot have your third molars removed, we may be able to help you. 

Why a physician anesthesiologist?

Anesthesia is when medicine is given to prevent you from feeling pain. For procedures, this often involves being asleep. This can be given by a nurse, a dentist, or a medical doctor. An anesthesiologist is a specialist in anesthesia. In our office, we have physician anesthesiologists. These are medical doctors who completed four years of medical school and at least an additional four years of specialty training in anesthesia.

Latest technologies and treatments 

At Newmarket Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, we have access to the latest technologies and treatments. If needed, an in-office three dimensional scan can be taken (cone beam computed tomography or CT scan). We also provide additional medications and treatments to accelerate healing. This helps minimize complications and gets you back to your normal activities sooner.