Oral Surgery

Quality Oral Surgery
Tooth extractions are the most common procedure performed by oral surgeons. Besides the extraction of teeth, many other types of surgical procedures may be needed to ensure health and provide a suitable restoration for a healthy dentition. We evaluate each patient on a case-by-case basis and from there, we will determine the best quality treatment options available to you.

Tooth Extraction

When the extraction of a tooth is required an incision in the gums is made, the tooth is removed, and the area is stitched up and is allowed to heal.

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Wisdom Teeth

The problems involving your wisdom teeth may be caused by the size of your jaw and/or by how crowded your teeth are. Common warning symptoms that there is an un-natural problem in the development of your wisdom teeth could be pain and swelling.

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Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is commonly performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon to replace or augment bone in areas of tooth loss. Bone grafting to the jaws and facial structures may be necessary in a wide variety of scenarios.

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Socket Regeneration

When a tooth is extracted and an implant is to be placed (either simultaneously or in the future) it is always necessary to complete bone grafting within the residual sockets that are left behind after the roots of the tooth are removed.

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Oral Surgery FAQs

Taking care of yourself after oral surgery is a key component to healing properly. Please follow our guidelines to ensure that you heal quickly and properly.

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Oral Surgery FAQs

We have collected common questions that pertain to pre-surgery, surgery, and post-surgery concerns our patients often have. If you have other concerns please call us at (813) 336-6389.

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Oral Sedation

Patients who are more anxious may need an oral medication that is stronger than nitrous oxide. With oral sedation, the patient may be sleepy but can be aroused if necessary and can respond to simple commands.

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Oral Sedation

You may have questions about the different types of sedation dentistry and how safe they are. Please look through our FAQs and see if your questions are answered there. If you have more questions please call us at (813) 336-6389.

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Achieve Your Perfect Smile

Our dental office offers smile makeovers to help you achieve the beautiful, smile you seek. We can reshape your teeth to make them straighter or more youthful in appeal. Our dental office makes it convenient for our Tampa patients to receive amazing restorative dentistry!

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