The Impacted Tooth/Canine Exposure

Dr. Mascarenhas has extensive oral surgery experience and the procedure to expose and bracket a tooth for eruption is routinely done. It can be performed under IV sedation or general anesthesia depending on the complexity and the doctor’s recommendation. It’s a relatively quick procedure with the exposure and bracketing usually performed in around an hour. If two impacted eyeteeth need treatment, it will take a little longer.

As with all types of dental treatment, the exact surgical process and time depend on your unique case. The details will be covered in-depth during your preoperative consultation with Four Corners Oral Surgery.

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