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What Does Minnesota Dental Surgery Do?

We help Minnesotans achieve a healthy, beautiful smile. Here's how we do it.

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Dental Surgery Consultation

Receive expert advice from our dental surgeons, get your questions answered, discuss your options, and schedule your dental surgery procedure at a free dental surgery consultation.

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Ozone Surgical Disinfection

Our ozone surgical disinfection offers a strong bactericidal effect that keeps you protected from infections during and after your procedure.

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IV Sedation

Dental surgery can be nerve-racking for anyone. Sedation can curb anxiety during any dental procedure, allowing for a virtually pain-free experience. Minnesota Dental Surgery is licensed to perform different types of sedation as required for the procedure or requested by the patient.

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Tooth Removal

Tooth decay, disease, or trauma may require a tooth be extracted to prevent further pain. Dental extractions are generally straightforward procedures in which the patient can remain awake with a local anesthetic but increased sedation can be used at the patient’s request. Depending on the procedure, full recovery can take anywhere from days to weeks.

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Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the last set of molars to develop in the back of the mouth. While not everyone will need them removed, sometimes there is simply not enough room for these four extra teeth in the jaw. In these cases, a wisdom tooth extraction should be performed to avoid painful complications. Most people will have their wisdom teeth extracted during their teenage and young adult years. Local anesthesia is used in every operation and varying levels of sedation can be used as well based on the patient’s preferences.

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Bone Grafting and Platelet Rich Fibrin

With time, places in the mouth that lack teeth will cause the jawbone to shrink or resorb. This shrinking of the bone limits the restorative options for the tooth, and can cause the facial tissues to collapse. Most patients that have long-term toothless sites are not good candidates to restore with dental implants. Additionally, on the front teeth, proper contour to bone and gums is essential, because that surface is displayed during smiling. In these cases, bone grafting may provide a good solution.

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At Minnesota Dental Surgery, we utilize dental implants to replace single teeth, several teeth, and even complete upper and lower arches of teeth. If you're unsure which solution is right for you, schedule a consultation! We can help you understand what's possible.

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