Oral Surgery For Adults
What is Oral Surgery For Adults?
After receiving my undergraduate degree from the University of Utah, I attended dental school at the prestigious University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco. I then went on to a formal 4 year Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency program at UCSF Fresno where I received the most rigorous surgical training available for dentists. In fact, there were no other residencies for head and neck services where I trained. So, I played the role of ENT, plastic surgeon, and oral surgeon for all emergency needs.
What are some procedures involves with Oral Surgery For Adults?
We offer many different types of oral surgeries. These surgeries are designed to improve and enhance your oral health. Some of these procedures include:
- Wisdom tooth removal
- Dental implants
- Bone grafting
- Platelet-rich fibrin therapy
Who is a candidate for Oral Surgery For Adults?
Most adults can safely have oral surgery performed in our office. Prior to any surgery, we will take special x-rays to help determine underlying nerve pathways and soft tissue. This allows us to create a customized treatment plan that is right for you. We will review your health and medical history to ensure that you are healthy enough to undergo oral surgery.
What can be expected when it comes to Oral Surgery For Adults?
The first step to any oral surgery is to have a consultation. This consultation involves special dental x-rays and an exam. We will create a treatment plan for you and go over any and all financing options before leaving the office. We then schedule the surgery when it is most convenient for you. We offer many sedation options to make your time in our office as comfortable as possible. We provide you with aftercare instructions that are crucial in allowing the surgical site to heal. Our platelet-rich fibrin therapy can further help in the healing process. We are here to assist you if you ever experience any post-surgical complications and can provide you with quick, immediate care when needed.
If you’re looking to have oral surgery done and want to learn more about available options, call us today to speak with one of our friendly staff members.