Oral Dental Surgery Specialist in Philadelphia
Do i need oral dental surgery?
If you have been suffering from impacted teeth or you have missing teeth, you may require to undergo for oral dental surgery. Our office provides a full range of basic oral surgeries and hence no additional referrals will be required.
We often see teeth that have not emerged from the jawbone, become improperly aligned or sandwiched in between patient’s jawbone and gums. These teeth never properly developed or come into view. While this is most common in the back molars and wisdom teeth, it also can progress in other teeth.
If you are suffering from impacted teeth, we can perform a simple surgical procedure and can remove your impacted teeth to alleviate your pain and treat your dental demise. It is important to not ignore symptoms as waiting can result into infection to your gums and possible damage to your jawbone.
Does a dental implant require surgery?
You may also qualify for oral dental surgery if you are missing or in the midst of losing teeth. We can remove the damaged tooth with dental implants. Dental implants require a surgical procedure which deeply fastens the implants to your jawbone, leaving you with a replacement for your lost teeth and a fully natural smile.
What are the symptoms that indicate needing oral surgery?
- Biting or chewing difficulty
- pain and discomfort
- Jaw pain or tenderness of the jaw
- missing tooth
We assure our patients that we will provide expert and quality care to make sure your dental problems are corrected. We will also make sure that you are not in any discomfort and will provide nurturing care throughout the procedure. We are a pain-free dentist office and use a special anesthesia delivery system which is virtually painless. The very purpose of conducting treatment is to make your wriggle out of difficult dental dilemma and safeguard your oral health.
Before any surgery, we will explain every detail of your procedure and help you make an informed decision regarding surgery. Rest assured, you will feel no pain and after surgery you will be fully able to retain your smile.
In the cases such as maxillofacial surgery, it may be necessary to see an additional physician. If this is the case, we will advise and refer you to another highly qualified professional, to insure you receive the best care possible.
Have any questions regarding dental implants or dental surgery?
If you have any questions, please use the form below.
Would you like to schedule a dental cleaning appointment?
We have convenient online scheduling or feel free to call one of our friendly staff: 215-627-0456