What's the best anesthesia for wisdom teeth?

Depends. The best anesthetic option is one that the dentist or surgeon recommends and one the patient is comfortable with. It could be local anesthesia alone, nitrous oxide and a local anesthetic or a combination of IV sedation or general anesthesia in combination with a local anesthetic. If you anxious or if the teeth are impacted, you may be more comfortable with sedation.
Depends. Options are local anesthesia alone, local anesthesia with oral sedation/nitrous oxide, or local anesthesia and IV sedation. Make sure you are evaluated and treated by an oral surgeon. No other doc can offer all options.
Talk to Dentist. Most teeth extractions can be done under local anesthesia with a cooperative patient. If there are especially impacted teeth then some sedation might be indicated. It is rare that a full general anesthetic would be needed for dental extraction. If you have concerns please contact your dentist and discuss these fears with him. Good luck.
All of them. Dental aesthetics are all basically the same. It depends on your general health as o what might be chosen. Also some dental aesthetics hang around longer than others so you can hold off any pain that may come a little longer if you and the doctor decide that. Earl.

Related Questions

Is it possible that I might spill out some secrets while I'm on anesthesia for wisdom teeth?

Only in Movies. In the OR patient is asleep in minutes with no time for conversation. Rest assured, if you are going under general anesthesia, you are not giving away any secrets. Good luck!

How long will I be under anesthesia for wisdom teeth?

TILL FINISHED. Your surgeon will bring you out of the anesthesia when your procedure is completed. That time depends on how long your procedure takes.
Depends. Depends on how involved it is to remove your teeth and the skill levle of your surgeon. If you teeth are impacted, have many roots or are close to vital structures such as nerves then it will take longer than teeth that do not have these issues.
Depends. The length of time under anesthesia can be dependent upon on what type of anesthesia and meds are used, the difficulty of the procedure, the skill level of the surgeon and technique used, your physical status, whether or not any reversal agents are used, as well as your level of apprehension. Every patient responds and recovers differently.
Varies. This procedure does not take much more that 2 hours all told, and is usually faster.