425 Dental is a well-recognized leader in comprehensive dental and oral healthcare!

Our office combines expertise, compassion, and respect in order to provide you with an exceptional experience during every visit!

Sedation Dentistry

425 Dental is dedicated to making sure your wisdom tooth removal is as comfortable, safe, and efficient as possible. The procedure is performed in-house by our trusted oral surgeon, who performs the procedure while you are under sedation in order to make your visit with us as smooth, comfortable and efficient as possible. Our team is highly skilled in the administration of sedation, and will ALWAYS be right by your side to monitor you, adjust sedation levels as necessary, and make sure you’re safe.

  • IV Sedation
    • Ideal for larger procedures performed by our oral surgeon, especially wisdom tooth removal. IV Sedation places you into conscious sedation – this means you’ll experience a ‘twilight state’ where you won’t be aware of the procedure taking place, feel anything at all during it, or you may fall asleep. Once the procedure is complete and the sedation begins to wear off, you won’t even remember it taking place – this is why we require a trusted friend or family member to be available to take you home following the procedure.

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Specialty Dental Care – Preformed by Specialists, Not Your General Dentist
All Under One Roof with Sedation Options!

Our specialists are highly-trained experts in their fields and highly-trusted by our team to provide you with the level of care you deserve. The best part yet, all specialty care is performed under one roof with your trusted dentist nearby.

Nervous about visiting the dentist? You aren’t alone, and we offer our sedation options wherever necessary. Ask about all of our sedation options when you give us a call to book your appointment!

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Why Do Wisdom Teeth Need to be Removed?

Wisdom teeth are meant to grow in during early adulthood – however, many people’s jaws are too small or narrow to properly support them. They may not erupt pass the gums at all and can cause:

  • Overcrowding
  • Damage to Surrounding Teeth
  • Infection
  • Cysts or Tumors

Normally, wisdom teeth should be examined and, if necessary, removed during a patient’s late teen years. While it’s possible for some people to properly support their wisdom teeth without issue, 425 Dental is here to assess your unique situation and help determine if wisdom tooth removal is necessary soon or in the future.

Ready to come chat about your wisdom teeth? Book an appointment with our convenient online scheduler!
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Oral Surgery & Specialty Care Under One Roof

425 Dental prides itself on offering specialty dental care, performed by leading specialists in their field, under one roof. That means there’s no need to travel all across the state, rework your schedule, or worry about insurance eligibility in order to see a highly-trained specialist.


Our specialists include an in-house Board Certified Oral Surgeon who is exceptionally skilled at wisdom tooth removal. They are highly trusted by Dr. Oleg, Dr. Nikole, Dr. Sakai, and Dr. Snipes to perform this procedure and many others with a strong sense of care and efficiency to ensure your wisdom tooth removal goes smoothly and, above all, safely. Your wisdom tooth removal will be performed in-house, and the procedure remains covered as we are in-network with all insurances.


Being able to have your wisdom tooth removal performed in-house is a benefit that’s hard to come by! By having your wisdom tooth removal done at 425 Dental, that means:

  • Your wisdom tooth removal is being performed by a dedicated, in-house specialist
  • You can be sure the specialist is completely trusted by the 425 team
  • Your general dentist will only be a few steps away to support the specialist as needed

Sedation Options for Every Need

Nervous about visiting the dentist? You aren’t alone, and we offer our sedation options wherever necessary. Ask about all of our sedation options when you give us a call to book your appointment!

425 Dental is Here For You.

Have questions about wisdom teeth? Concerns about sedation methods? Reach out today, and we’re happy to help!


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