Visiting our office every six months for regular checkups is the best way to keep a healthy smile. However, oral surgery in Bryant is sometimes required to get your mouth and your smile back into shape. That’s where Dr. Ouellette’s 20 years of experience prove beneficial. Oral surgical procedures performed by David L. Ouellette, DDS, PA will:
- Give you expert care so you can keep your bright, healthy smile
- Offer you a choice of sedation options to help you relax
- Stop your pain so you feel better soon
- Help prevent problems with your body’s overall health
- Enable you to smile confidently and eat comfortably again
To give you the best dental experience possible, we offer two sedation options for your procedure: inhaled sedation with “laughing gas” to give you a gentle feeling of relaxation all over, or oral conscious sedation with an FDA-approved pill for a stronger level of sedation. Both methods are safe and effective. Dr. Ouellette will help you decide which one is best for your circumstances.
Call us today to make an appointment: 501-214-6126. Our cozy office is located in the historic Andrew Hunter House at 5921 Hwy. 5 N.
We Do Oral Surgical Procedures Right the First Time
While we do everything we can to save damaged teeth with restorative dentistry, sometimes extracting teeth is the best option for your situation. If so, we can extract teeth here in our office, including wisdom teeth. Dr. Ouellette believes it is far better to do a job right the first time rather than having to do it over. That’s why you’ll never be rushed through your procedure. Our attention to detail and insistence on quality care ensure you’ll leave our office with a big smile. We routinely perform:
- Tooth Removal – Dr. Ouellette will always try to save your tooth whenever possible. However, a tooth is sometimes so badly damaged or diseased that leaving it in place could endanger the health of your other teeth or your gums. In these cases, he will gently remove it to help restore and maintain your oral health.
- Wisdom Tooth Removal – For many of our patients, these “third molars” don’t cause any issues, but for others they become impacted, crowd teeth, or present other problems. When necessary, we will remove them to relieve your discomfort and protect your other teeth.