My name is Dr. Ryan Max Johnson and I am an AEGD-trained GP that provides IV sedation, 3rd molar removal, and implant services for offices such as yours. Over the past 13 years, I have removed thousands of impacted third molars under IV sedation. I will come to your office and perform comfortable and safe removal of these teeth for your patients and all you have to do is provide the office, support staff and patients; I’ll bring everything else.
Studies show that third molars can be removed predictably, safely, and with minimal trauma for children ages 14 to 20. This is the ideal age range for evaluation of wisdom teeth removal. The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons published a position paper in March 2007, concluding that the incidence of complications following third molar removal increases with age.
The early removal of third molars in your practice will be a great service to your patients for several important reasons. They will have less post-operative pain, less risk of complications, and they won’t have to leave the comfort of your office. It will also raise your bottom line by increasing revenue that otherwise would be referred outside your office. Please contact me by email or phone if you would like to discuss further about how to begin benefitting from the Abilene Wisdom Teeth program.
I was referred to Dr. Johnson to have my wisdom teeth extracted about 4 years ago. I was very nervous about the procedure due to my fear of needles and anything dental related. The thought of being sedated was a little overwhelming for me. On the day of surgery the scariest part for me was starting the IV and I really didn’t even feel it. I do not remember anything during surgery and am pleased to say after following his very detailed instructions for at home care I had very little pain or discomfort. During this whole experience, I discovered how interesting dentistry was. As soon as I got home I researched how to become a dental assistant and long story short, I got the amazing opportunity to start working for him less than a year later. I have had the privilege to have him as my personal dentist and teacher. I had the chance to work for him for about 2 years before having to move for my husbands job. I never would have thought that going to the dentist would end in a career choice. I can honestly say he is a great Doctor and I would definitely recommend him to anyone.- Linda