Oral Surgeon

Patients who are facing a tooth extraction may have some anxiety about the procedure. Those fears can be eased when they have a better idea of what to expect and how to prepare for the extraction. First, the patient should know what type of extraction...

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...

In this economy, our team understands that financing important oral and dental procedures can be difficult. Some patients require extra help when dental and health insurance falls short on its coverage. Other patients without dental insurance prefer to pay for routine care in cash and...

Do you have an upcoming oral surgery procedure such as a bone graft, wisdom tooth extraction, or jaw surgery? If so, you are probably wondering what to expect after your procedure. You might wonder if you will be comfortable, how long it will take you...

Our oral surgeons proudly provide state-of-the-art technology to better serve patients in our community. With recent developments in technology, we can offer the latest diagnostic imaging services including 3D imaging technology. This type of imaging greatly enhances patient care and our ability to efficiently diagnose...

A variety of dental treatments involve oral surgery, including dental implants, wisdom tooth extraction, bone grafting and surgery to correct congenital jaw defects or injuries caused by facial trauma. When a patient is facing oral surgery, it’s helpful to know what to expect to make...

Did you know that a quick examination with your oral surgeon or general dentist could save your life? Each year, over 8,000 people in the United States die from oral cancer. Statistics show that about 42,000 Americans will be diagnosed with cancers of the mouth...