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Austin Oral Surgery Office at Central Austin

Central Austin Oral Surgeon

Comprehensive Dental Surgery Services in Austin, TX

Are you looking for a comprehensive oral surgeon in Central Austin? Austin Oral Surgery provides a wide range of oral surgery procedures for patients of all ages and needs. From aesthetics to oral hygiene fixes, we have years of experience, state-of-the-art tools, and expert surgeons to help. We also work with your insurance provider to get you the best coverage for your procedure(s). Learn about the services and procedures we conduct at our Central Austin oral surgery center. If you have any questions or need to schedule your appointment, give us a call.

If this is the first time you have visited our Central Austin office, the mapping service in the link below will assist you in finding our location. If you need any additional information, please contact us. 711 West 38th Street, Suite A-1 Austin, TX 78705.

Why Choose Us?

With over 50 years of superior, individualized oral surgery care, we have your best interests and comfort in mind. You and your family can rest easy knowing that you will receive the finest diagnostic, surgical, and post-op care. Our Central Austin office is one of 12 convenient locations throughout Central Texas. We provide complete oral and maxillofacial services, all from the comfort of our office.

Our Services

Wisdom Teeth Removal

If you require one or multiple wisdom teeth removed, we’re here for you. We have years of experience providing safe, skilled, and comfortable wisdom teeth removal procedures. We’ll also help determine if your wisdom teeth need to be removed depending on the severity of your situation and oral health.

Corrective Jaw Surgery

Also known as orthognathic surgery, we perform this procedure when a patient’s jaw doesn’t meet correctly or the teeth don’t align with the jaws. This improves your facial appearance and ensures your teeth meet correctly to improve biting, chewing, speaking, and other functions.

Facial Trauma

Various accidents and injuries can cause facial trauma that may require surgery. Injuries that involve the facial region require specific technology, diagnostic tools, planning, and knowledge to handle as there are many soft tissues and bone structures that can not only affect the patient’s health, but their looks as well.

Dental Implants

Dental implants provide a foundation to introduce replacement teeth. These implants then allow you to speak, eat, chew, and smile with confidence as they look and function just as natural teeth. There are many types of dental implants available depending on the individual patient’s needs.

Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea affects your ability to achieve a good night’s rest. This can, in turn, affect your overall health, alertness while you drive, blood pressure, possible diabetes, and even heart failure. We treat all types of sleep apnea with different techniques, procedures, technology, and lifestyle changes.


Since many of our procedures require anesthesia for maximum comfort, we have multiple levels of sedation. We’ll work with you to determine the best course of action for you, your health, and your operation, including Nitrous Oxide, oral sedation, IV moderate sedation, and IV deep sedation.

TMJ Treatment

TMJ, or temporomandibular joint dysfunction, describes the pain in the joint or jaw region that affects your ability to open your mouth. This can also be accompanied by popping or clicking when opening and closing your mouth, causing discomfort and degeneration of your joints.

Tooth Extraction

There are many reasons why a patient may require tooth extraction, such as overcrowding, cracked or damaged teeth, or diseased teeth. We perform an in-depth examination prior to extracting any teeth to determine the type of extraction needed.


All-On-4 dental implants are a convenient and comfortable way to improve the performance and appearance of your dentures. They combine with dental implants rather than using a superficial denture plate for the best results both functionally and aesthetically.

711 West 38th Street, Suite A-1
Austin, TX 78705
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Phone: 512-454-6725
Fax: 512-498-0124

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