Common Procedures Offered By Our Oral Surgeons

For certain types of dental care, your dentist may refer you to an oral surgeon. These specialists complete extensive training beyond dental school that focuses on the various structures that comprise the jaw and other related facial structures, as well as diseases and conditions that can affect those structures. Through their residencies in this field,… Continue reading Common Procedures Offered By Our Oral Surgeons

How is CT technology used in treatment planning for oral surgery?

CT imaging technology can greatly improve patient care by streamlining the treatment planning process for an oral surgeon. This type of technology allows our surgeon to see a very detailed view of a person’s unique oral anatomy. CT images are three-dimensional and therefore display a comprehensive view of the entire oral cavity. This technology is… Continue reading How is CT technology used in treatment planning for oral surgery?

Oral Surgery: What are my sedation options?

When our oral surgeons perform certain treatments, various types of sedation may be involved to promote a positive experience and improve one’s care. Since many surgeries and procedures require accuracy and precision, sedation can help our team work without obstruction while our guests rest peacefully. Additionally, sedation—specifically the type delivered orally or through a nasal… Continue reading Oral Surgery: What are my sedation options?

Teeth Grinding: More than just a bad habit, it’s a dental concern

Some patients may think that grinding their teeth, a condition known as bruxism, is merely an annoyance, but it can actually have negative effects on your oral health. For example, this excess wear and tear can compromise the integrity of the patient’s teeth, potentially making them more susceptible to breakage and interfering with their ability… Continue reading Teeth Grinding: More than just a bad habit, it’s a dental concern

Ask about Your Oral Surgeon’s In-Depth Anesthesia Certification

Did you know that an oral surgeon can receive additional education and training for anesthesia certification? Since oral and maxillofacial surgeons perform procedures such as placing dental implants, bone grafting, wisdom teeth extractions, and jaw surgery, anesthetic medicine is often used to promote patient comfort and precise treatment. There are varying levels of sedation and… Continue reading Ask about Your Oral Surgeon’s In-Depth Anesthesia Certification

See Dr. Richard Miller On TV

Tune into KWTV and KOTV Monday, Nov. 28th from 7:30–8:00pm to see Dr. Miller and his team featured on Oklahoma Innovators.

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