Painless IV Sedation Wisdom Teeth Removal

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Breaking the Wisdom Tooth Removal Anxiety Barrier

  • Get rid of nagging aches and pains by removing your wisdom teeth
  • New Patient No-Surprises $1800 All-in-One Package
  • You spend less time and money at our clinic
  • Get started today by booking your free consultation with Dr. Hanna Mansoor!

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Intravenous (IV) sedation is a safe and painless solution.

IV sedation is preferred in dental settings because it allows the dentist to control the level of sedation precisely, ensuring the patient’s safety and comfort. You can get your wisdom teeth removed under sedation with our next-generation IV sedation for a painless experience and HALF recovery time. Dr. Hanna Mansoor is IV sedation certified to perform wisdom teeth removals efficiently while ensuring the patient remains calm and at ease.

  • Feel truly at ease as your smile’s health and beauty are improved
  • Smiles by Hanna offers expert care in a modern facility with cutting-edge equipment
  • IV sedation provides a comfortable and relaxed experience for wisdom teeth removal
  • We design a smile that is perfect for you

“10/10 would recommend!”

"Got my wisdom teeth out and couldn’t have picked a better place. They did a great job and took great care of me during surgery. I felt little to no pain after the surgery and woke up the next day with no swelling or bruising. 10/10 would recommend!"
– David Constantini

Understanding Your Wisdom Teeth

Sure, having a tooth taken out may sound like a very big deal. But these troublemakers are usually better out than in. The procedure doesn’t take long. Healing can be simple. The drama-free process makes removal the obvious choice.

Fun Fact: Keeping these chompers won’t make you any wiser. Wisdom teeth get their name from appearing by the time you’ve wised up and matured. Most permanent teeth emerge around the tween years, while wisdom teeth make their entrance years later.

What Are Wisdom Teeth?

Molars are used to grind down food before swallowing. The third set of molars is considered wisdom teeth. While others are useful, these teeth aren’t needed. Left to their own devices, these extra teeth can get out of line.

picture of a patient with their mouth open showing their wisdom teeth prior to removal

Wisdom Teeth May Be:

This tooth surfaces above the gum line. Removing these calls for a simple extraction. 

This situation can be much more complicated. The tooth becomes trapped and needs a complex extraction. There are four main types:

  • Distal. This extremely rare type of impaction is about as common as a unicorn. Teeth are angled away from the mouth. These molars may be partially or completely impacted.
  • Horizontal. Known as the most painful of the four, these fully impacted teeth stay under the gum line. Coming in sideways can put nearby teeth in danger of getting pushed.
  • Mesial. This type of impaction is fairly common. These partially erupted teeth come in at angles facing towards the opening of your mouth.
  • Vertical. Although these fully impacted teeth may seem like they’re developing in a normal position, they could still crowd other teeth.

Why do I Have These Teeth if They Need to be Removed?

It may sound strange to get something natural removed. A common theory revolves around evolution. Our early ancestors needed these extra molars to rip up chunks of wild beasts and roots they ate.

Primitive humans had larger jaws to accommodate wisdom teeth. Silverware wasn’t available to cut food into bitesize morsels. Our diet and lifestyles changed dramatically over the years making these molars useless. 

Why Extract Wisdom Teeth?

  • Eliminate Pain 
  • Maintain Ideal Oral Hygiene 
  • Reduce Risks 
  • Safeguard Other Teeth

Weakening the Fear Factor

Let’s face it: when you’re looking for dental care in Gilbert, you have options. But getting premium treatment by an experienced professional isn’t found everywhere. The team at Smiles by Hanna offers expert care in a modern facility with cutting-edge equipment.

When you come to our office, you’re choosing superior dental arts. Dr. Mansoor masterfully uses a laser for the best results. Intravenous sedation is offered to increase your comfort. Your well-being is our top priority!  Risks are decreased, pain is lessened and healing is promoted by our use of Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF).

A wisdom tooth extraction may sound scary but a team of talented pros at your side makes the experience better. You won’t have to be in pain. Dreading becomes a distant afterthought. Irritating molars are removed. You’re good to go. Problem solved!

Get Started On Your New Smile

It’s time you stop putting off your next dental visit. Whether it’s a general check-up or a complex restorative or cosmetic procedure, the time to book your appointment is now!

Experience The Benefits Of IV Sedation

The Gold Standard

If you are considering wisdom teeth removal, IV sedation provides significant advantages, including greater comfort and an absence of anxiety.

Deep Relaxation

IV sedation induces a state of deep relaxation, allowing patients to remain calm and comfortable throughout the wisdom teeth removal procedure.

Anxiety Reduction

It effectively reduces anxiety and fear associated with dental procedures, particularly for those who may be apprehensive about surgery.

Pain Management

IV sedation provides effective pain control during and after the surgery, ensuring that patients experience minimal discomfort.

Precise Control

We can precisely control the level of sedation to meet the individual needs of the patient, ensuring a safe and effective experience.

Improved Cooperation

Patients are more likely to cooperate during the procedure, as they are in a relaxed state and less likely to move involuntarily.

Reduced Gag Reflex

IV sedation helps suppress the gag reflex, hugely beneficial during wisdom teeth removal.

Vital Sign Monitoring

Continuous monitoring of vital signs during IV sedation ensures the patient's safety throughout the entire wisdom teeth removal process.

Faster Recovery

The effects of IV sedation wear off relatively quickly after the procedure, so you often recover faster and experience fewer postoperative side effects compared to other forms of sedation.

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"The entire staff at Smiles by Hanna is always so wonderful and accommodating. From scheduling appointments through cleanings and checkout, they make everything as easy and painless as possible."
- Danielle Lohman


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IV Sedation—A Gateway to Stress-Free Treatment with Enhanced Patient Benefits

Discover a stress-free dental journey with IV sedation. It makes you super relaxed, eases worries, and lets our team control everything precisely. Your Gilbert dental visits just got comfier and easier!

What To Expect During Your Procedure


With IV sedation, you can expect to feel deeply relaxed and calm throughout the wisdom teeth removal procedure. The sedative helps alleviate anxiety, ensuring a more comfortable experience.

Minimal Discomfort

The use of IV sedation provides effective pain management, reducing discomfort during the surgery. Patients often report feeling minimal pain or distress during and after the procedure.

Smooth Procedure Experience

Wisdom teeth removal using IV sedation with Dr. Mansoor leads to a smoother and more cooperative procedure, as it helps you feel at ease, minimizing movement and ensuring a successful wisdom teeth removal with enhanced comfort.

Get Started On Your New Smile

It’s time you stop putting off your next dental visit. Whether it’s a general check-up or a complex restorative or cosmetic procedure, the time to book your appointment is now!

Wisdom Teeth Removal Frequently Asked Questions

Can I go back to work the next day after a wisdom tooth extraction?

The answer to this question varies, but generally no. The average person needs anywhere from 48 to 72 hours of recovery time. That’s not to say you can’t get back to work in a limited capacity if you work from home. If your line of work requires physical labor, taking off several days may be in order.

Can I shower after wisdom teeth removal?

Hot showers are not recommended for 48 hours after surgery. Opt for a relaxing bath instead.

Do I need a complex or simple extraction?

Dr. Mansoor can give you a comprehensive exam and review your X-rays to determine which type of removal you’ll need. Although there can be some overlapping, third molar extractions tend to fall into two categories:

  • Complex. These extractions are done to remove impacted wisdom teeth. A general anesthetic or sedation is typically required. These kinds of surgeries can be complicated. A highly trained dental professional like Dr. Mansoor is needed to perform this procedure well.
  • Simple. This type of extraction is done when a wisdom tooth is exposed above the gum line. Regular dental tools can be used to remove these molars. A local anesthetic is usually all that’s needed in this quick process.

Do they break your jaw to remove wisdom teeth?

NO! Don’t fall victim to circulating rumors. The jaw remains completely intact during a normal wisdom tooth removal.

How is wisdom teeth removal recovery?

The time it takes to heal can be dependent on how well aftercare instructions are followed. Recovery can go like clockwork if you stick to recommendations such as:

  • Avoiding certain activities. Don’t lift anything weighing five or more pounds. Don’t lie flat. Don’t use a straw soon afterwards. Refrain from smoking for as long as possible but at least 72 hours. Don’t spit or swish for at least 48 hours. Wait at least four days before hitting the gym at full force. Don’t blow your nose for at least three days after upper wisdom teeth are removed.
  • Controlling bleeding and swelling. Expect some bleeding and swelling. Biting on a wet tea bag placed on the site for 30 minutes can help. Keep your head elevated. An ice pack can be applied to reduce swelling. Wrap a bag of frozen peas in a towel and apply in 20-minute intervals.
  • Keeping post-op appointments. We schedule aftercare appointments to make sure you’re healing properly. If you don’t come in, we can’t assess your progress. We also can’t address any potential problems. Make every effort to keep these important appointments.
  • Leaving wound alone. Resist the urge to poke at the removal site with anything- even your tongue. Bleeding could result from touching and an infection could occur.
  • Maintaining oral hygiene. The day after surgery, begin gently brushing and flossing but avoid the surgical site. After 48 hours, swish with saltwater (teaspoon of salt in glass of warm water) four to five times a day for five days.
  • Managing pain. If you have been prescribed pain medication, have it filled. Take as needed. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking prescription pain pills.

Arnica Montana 200C can help with bruising. Place three tablets under your tongue three times a day for a week.

Hypericum 200C can assist with nerve regeneration. Place three tablets under your tongue three times a day for a week. Begin this medication seven days prior to surgery. Do NOT take if you are taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) or mood stabilizing medications.

The above homeopathic medications may be purchased at markets specializing in healthy and organic products.

  • Restricting your diet. Avoid drinking carbonated beverages for at least 48 hours. Soft foods are your friend. Smoothies, protein shakes, applesauce, soup and yogurt are some good options.

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How long does pain last if wisdom teeth aren’t removed?

This answer is different for everyone. A third molar can cause pain from the way it emerges. If the tooth comes in at a strange angle, gets stuck or juts up against other teeth, it becomes impacted. This condition can cause anything from a mild irritation to severe pain.

An abscess can cause extreme amounts of pain. This situation happens when food particles get trapped around a partially exposed wisdom tooth.

Long-term discomfort can come from headaches, TMJ, your neck and other areas. Let Smiles by Hanna help. Dr. Mansoor can give you a thorough exam to determine how to get you living that pain-free life you deserve!

How much does surgical extraction of wisdom teeth cost?

Usual costs can run anywhere from $2,500 to $4,500-plus, but we’re currently offering wisdom teeth removal using IV sedation for just $1,800.*

*Special is subject to terms and conditions. Price may change at any given time due to circumstances beyond our control.

How much downtime do you need for wisdom teeth removal?

Typical patients can expect to resume normal daily activities (within reason) 48 to 72 hours after surgery. These two to three days should be spent resting and relaxing while keeping your head elevated.

If there are complications, prepare to rest for several days. Even if you feel alright, you need this time to recover.

How should I prepare for wisdom teeth removal?

Although this type of surgery is common, planning ahead can make all the difference.

Weeks and Days Leading up to Surgery:

  • Get groceries. Buy some soft foods that are easily prepared such as soups, gelatin, oatmeal and cottage cheese.
  • Make plans. Schedule enough time off from school or work. Arrange to get help with the kiddos and/or pets if need be. Set up a quiet, cozy space for your recovery. Remember to add plenty of pillows to keep your head elevated. Catch up on calls and household chores beforehand so you can concentrate on healing.
  • Purchase supplies. Have cold packs, frozen peas and tea bags on hand to help reduce swelling. Take stock of over-the-counter medicines and get more if you’re running low.

Should I have my wisdom teeth removed at age 30?

Ideally, you should have third molars removed as soon as your X-rays indicate trouble on the horizon. For most people, waiting until the age 30 may cause complications. Delaying surgery can lengthen your recovery time. A wisdom tooth tends to wear out its welcome when most patients are between 17 and 25.

What are the risks involved with a wisdom teeth extraction?

Virtually any type of surgical procedure poses somewhat of a risk. While uncommon, having your third molars taken out could potentially result in:

  • Dry socket. This rare condition occurs when a blood clot fails to form in the socket where the tooth once was. A sharp pain can be felt.
  • Exposed sinus cavity. Upper wisdom teeth roots and your maxillary sinus cavity may become too close for comfort. An extraction in these instances could potentially leave a hole behind. The opening will need to be properly closed to prevent infection.
  • Infection. While slim, there’s still a chance that an infection can develop. Follow aftercare instructions to make sure you’re doing your part to heal.
  • Nerve damage. Numbness that doesn’t seem to be going away in parts of the mouth can indicate a problem. Such issues usually go away on their own.

If you feel like you’re experiencing any of these conditions, call us immediately! Nothing is more important than your health!

You can rest easy knowing you’re in capable hands at Smiles by Hanna. We take every precaution to minimize risks and protect your health. Dr. Mansoor’s high level of skill and top-notch equipment make our office a dental rejuvenation den.

What happens if you wait too long to get wisdom teeth out?

Address this situation before it gets out of hand. Related complications include:

  • Clenching
  • Facial swelling
  • Greater chance of bad breath
  • Gum disease
  • Headaches
  • High blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes
  • Infection
  • Jaw cysts, spasms and/or tumors
  • Misaligned teeth
  • PAIN!!!
  • Problems with other teeth
  • Swollen lymph nodes

What is the oldest age you can get wisdom teeth?

No mouth is exactly the same. Most people get wisdom teeth by the time they reach their mid-20s. A select few never get a set of third molars. And 94-year-old Robert Gray set the record in 2017 for the world’s oldest person who had a wisdom tooth erupt.

Which tooth is most difficult to extract?

Many dental professionals will agree that an impacted wisdom tooth can be tough to remove. Third molars are located about as far back as possible, so they’re difficult to access. Any of these teeth that come in at odd angles, have a curve and/or include abnormally shaped roots can be especially difficult to extract.

Who removes wisdom teeth?

An oral surgeon or specially trained dentist can remove wisdom teeth. There may be instances where a patient is referred to a hospital if specific complications are present.

Will my insurance cover wisdom teeth surgery?

Most insurance plans cover a portion of removal costs. The percentage the provider pays varies based on your particular plan and the exact procedure you’ll be having done. Get specific policy information by contacting your insurance company directly.

Will wisdom teeth removal hurt if I’m awake?

No! If you only need a simple extraction, then a local anesthetic may be used. You remain aware and awake during the procedure. You’ll be able to hear and see everything. You may feel pressure as work is done but it shouldn’t hurt at all.

Get Started On Your New Smile

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