Oral Surgery

Affordable surgery in a calm setting

Oral surgery focuses on diagnosing and addressing diseases, abnormalities and injuries relating to the mouth, gums, or jaw. If you are experiencing oral ailments, such as requiring tooth extraction or an apicoectomy, please call our team. We complete a range of surgeries, ranging from minor to more complex cases.

Understandably, most people are nervous about the thought of surgery, but our team is confident that we can handle any problem you are experiencing. We recommend surgery only if other dental treatment plans cannot resolve the issue.

The benefit of choosing Whitehall House Dental is that we will not have to refer you to external dentists. We are able to treat you quickly, and you receive the care you need in a very comfortable and calm dental setting. Intravenous sedation can be arranged with one of our visiting consultants, but for many cases, the surgical procedure local anaesthetic can be used. Our specialist surgeon has many years of experience, having completed oral and maxillofacial SHO training in hospital.

We can help you regain your smile and live without pain.

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A complete range of oral surgery procedures

Our surgeons are trained in a full range of treatments and can treat the hard and soft tissues of the mouth. Treatments include placement of dental implants and bone and gum grafts. Here are some of the most common ones.

Wisdom tooth removal

Wisdom teeth are the final set of permanent teeth to appear. Removal is frequently required due to insufficient space in the mouth for them to erupt correctly. In these cases, the teeth might become impacted, meaning they are unable to fully emerge. Impacted wisdom teeth can lead to discomfort, infection, and problems with neighbouring teeth, including severe decay. Our oral surgeon can gently remove wisdom teeth if they are causing pain or swelling using special dental tools.

Complex dental extractions

Tooth decay can lead to severe complications, so infected teeth must be treated so the infection does not spread to adjoining tissues. We can complete all types of tooth extractions, including simple extractions and more complex cases. In most cases, tooth extractions can be carried out under local anaesthetic, but different anaesthesia options are available.


This is a surgical procedure – sometimes called endodontic surgery – to place a filling at the tip of a root-filled tooth to eliminate infection, remove any cysts in the area of the root apex, and promote healing within the tooth. The procedure is generally carried out when root canal treatment has failed, and this is a more complex procedure.

Crown lengthening

In some cases, following root canal treatment, the exposed area of the tooth may not be big enough to support the crown. Crown lengthening involves reshaping the gum tissue and bone to expose a larger area of the tooth’s surface. Some people also choose to complete this surgery for aesthetic purposes.

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