Oral surgeons do most of their wisdom teeth with sedation+block in the office, no airway management needed. If you're putting them to sleep, a nasal tube is more convenient but not required, and there's no need to paralyze. An LMA would be pretty bulky to work around, not to mention the risk of dislodging it with surgical instruments. IMO, the risks and PITA factor (for both you and the surgeon) of doing an LMA far outweigh the benefits.How do you manage the airway for wisdom teeth removal?
Paralyse or not?