Dental Surgery in Apple Valley, Savage MN, Owatonna, and all the Surrounding Areas
Is any particular tooth troubling you? Do you have to set your jaws properly? Are you postponing your wisdom tooth extraction? When Dakota Valley Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery organizes your dental surgery you have nothing to worry about. Our oral surgery team is adept at handling dental emergencies on a daily basis. They have years of experience to perform operations which include techniques of rebuilding the bone structure with minimal surgical intervention. From dental implants to wisdom tooth extraction, there are a variety of problems that our doctors have the solutions for. The people of Savage, MN, Apple Valley, Owatonna, Shakopee, Eagan, and Lakeville, MN have nothing to worry about as our professionals are specially trained in IV sedation as well as general anesthesia. Also, the doctors continuously monitor the dosage during and after the surgery.
Below we have mentioned a few major factors to be considered before a dental surgery. Take a look.
This is a very delicate period for any woman. Hence, arises the question of whether to give anesthesia to the patient, for the surgery. If the surgery is long too complex and long then it might be postponed until the pregnancy period.
2. Kidney or heart problems
A patient coming in for a dental surgery might also have liver, kidney, lungs, or heart ailments. If that is the case, then the dosage of anesthesia has to be regulated continuously as it might take longer to show its effect or excess of it might cause adverse effects.
3. Certain neurologic conditions
Anesthesia might be needed in a few of the dental surgery cases. But if the patient is suffering from Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease, thyroid, or has suffered a stroke, giving him general anesthesia might not be a wise decision.
So, if you need help regarding your dental surgery, you can get in touch with us on 651-315–8826.