Oral Surgery In Edmonton

We provide the most oral surgery services right in our office. Services include tooth extractions, gingival sculpting, periodontal treatment, wisdom tooth removal, biopsies, and more.

Our main priority during any surgery is patient comfort and care!

Simple Extractions

We perform all types of extractions at Udental Clinic. Whether you need a simple extraction or wisdom tooth removal, our skilled dentists can restore your dental health!

Simple extractions refer to the removal of a tooth that has already erupted from your gums. They are the easiest of all extractions and heal relatively quickly. If you have a split tooth, severe periodontal disease, excessive decay or overcrowding, then you may need an extraction

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Surgical Extractions

Surgical extractions take place on teeth that have not fully erupted. These surgeries are often more complex, time-consuming and may require longer healing times.

Surgical extractions may require stitches and diligent aftercare. Our dentists will go over aftercare procedures, so you heal as quickly as possible.

Gingival Sculpting

We use a soft tissue laser to sculpt and shape the line of your gums. If you have a gummy smile or an oddly-shaped gingival margin, we can use our relatively painless laser to reshape your gumline.

Gingival sculpting is also useful for situations where your teeth appear too small.

Periodontal Treatment

If you suffer from severe periodontal disease, you may require periodontal treatment. We use a laser that removes bacteria, infection and diseased tissue from periodontal patients. Many patients find it more comfortable and report a quicker recovery than with traditional surgical methods.

The laser treatment reduces inflammation, eliminates the need for cutting tissue and reduces root exposure sensitivity.

Biopsies

Your dentist sees the inside of your mouth where you cannot! We are often your eyes for conditions like tumours, oral cancer, and cysts.

A visual inspection of your mouth will be performed during each of your preventative exams. If your dentist finds an abnormality, we can perform a surgical biopsy.