Here, they'll take them if they even look like they'll be a problem. I didn't get the choice for my last oral surgery. It was general as they had to remove bone, muscle and nerve. They simply couldn't have done what they needed under local. Now I have no teeth at all, and fitting for dentures has been interesting, so far. I go back tomorrow for another fitting. Trying to fit where my jaw was broken has been difficult. Good, you took things how I wanted them to be taken. All I want for you is a painless procedure and fast healing. I think it'll be done better under general, but after my experience I'm a bit biased. Fast fact, watch your stitches if you have them. Mine burst after two days and the healing after that was ugly and painful. They stitched it too tight and I had a whole mouth dry socket for a month. That was misery. Thankfully they killed a fair few nerves (between that and the necrotic infection) so it wasn't as bad as it could have been.