This is a question that should be restricted to a medical professional. The reason being that several factors need to be considered. For example, what condition requires oral surgery? Can it be treated conservatively or managed in some other way? Are there any underlying conditions? How are blood clotting results? What kind of anesthesia is needed? Local or general? After evaluating all these factors and the pros and cons, it is possible to make an informed decision. It would be best to have the procedure done where there are additional safety measures in place such as in a hospital rather than doctor's office and possibly, with an expert in anesthesia if general is needed.