There are many reasons a tooth, other than a wisdom tooth, may need to be removed. Whether is be from a deep cavity, periodontal problem, fracture, failed root canal, associated pathology, a tooth may be deemed unrestorable.

The days of putting a knee on your chest and pulling are far behind us. At New Generation Oral Surgery we tailor our treatment to your needs.

Our procedures can be performed by

  1. Local anesthesia (“Novocain”)
  2. Local anesthesia and nitrous oxide (“laughing gas” or “sweet air”)
  3. Local anesthesia and intravenous (iv) sedation (sleeping, or twilight sedation)
  4. Local anesthesia with general anesthesia

At New Generation Oral Surgery, we will make this potentially “nerve-wracking” experience a pleasant one.


Dr. Blyer has a license in anesthesia, trained in Advanced cardiac life support, and Basic life support (with his staff). Although not necessary by law, still, our procedure rooms meet the criteria of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), the same organization that sets the guidelines for hospitals. We are fully equipped and trained for any medical emergency if such an uncommon event should present.