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Our in-house oral and maxillofacial surgeon consults and performs all our oral surgeries
An oral surgeon is a type of dental surgeon who has a 4-year dental degree and has been specially trained for an additional 4 years in surgery, focused on the hard and soft tissue of the head, neck, jaw and face.
We offer 2 types of oral surgery: wisdom teeth extraction and orthodontic exposures. Unlike our pediatric practice, we treat adults as well as children.
Wisdom teeth are the last four teeth to emerge at the back of the mouth. Often these teeth need to be removed.Learn More about Wisdom Teeth
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that transplants good bone material to repair a damaged bone.Learn More about Bone Grafting
Dental implants are replacement roots to hold a tooth in place of one that is missing.Learn More about Dental Implants
When an adult root won’t erupt from the gums, an orthodontic exposure surgically exposes the tooth.Learn more about Orthodontic Exposures
Preventative CarePreventive dental care is important throughout life, especially at a young age. By practicing good oral hygiene at home and scheduling regular checkups with the dentist, your child can help keep her smile bright and healthy for years to come. Learn more
Pre-OpIf we recommend you have your wisdom teeth removed, we would be happy to schedule an appointment for you with our oral surgeon. Learn more
After Surgery CareSometimes the after-effects of oral surgery are quite minimal, so not all instructions may apply. Common sense will often dictate what you should do. However, when in doubt, follow these guidelines or call the oral surgery office for clarification,
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