What to Expect
Our focus is on the teeth, jaw, bones and facial issues that allow you to eat, speak, and breathe comfortably. Your first visit may include a review of your oral health history, diagnostic imaging, and a discussion about your hopes and expectations. We are oral surgeons, maxillofacial specialists and AAOMS certified technicians who specialize in diagnosing and treating a variety of oral issues:
- Lost or damaged teeth
- Wisdom teeth
- Misaligned jaws
- Facial trauma
As Austin’s leading oral care and surgery center, we use advanced tools and equipment in state-of-the-art clinical settings to address our patients’ problems and maintain their oral health. Our comprehensive oral surgery services include:
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Impacted wisdom teeth or those that do not fully emerge from the gum line must be removed to prevent oral infections or damage to adjacent teeth. We can remove your wisdom teeth quickly & safely.
If you have lost several teeth, you should consider dental implants to enjoy all of your favorite foods, restore your appearance and preserve your facial structure.
When the quality and quantity of bone is inadequate for the placement of dental implants, the deteriorated bone must be replaced.
We offer various anesthesia options to help minimize patients’ discomfort during oral procedures. Our knowledgeable doctors and their teams can administer nitrous oxide, oral sedation, IV moderate sedation, or IV deep sedation.
Corrective Jaw Surgery
Otherwise known as orthagnathic surgery, corrective jaw surgery is necessary for individuals with misaligned jaws. Jaw surgery can improve your ability to chew, speak and breathe, while also reducing pain.
You may need to undergo a tooth extraction if you have overcrowded, severely damaged, or diseased teeth. Our team of oral health experts can help you determine if a tooth extraction is right for you.
Patients with significant jaw pain may be suffering from temporomandibular joint disorder. We offer effective non-surgical options to manage the condition and can perform surgery if necessary.
We provide emergency care and long-term reconstruction and rehabilitation services to treat facial injuries such as lacerations, avulsed teeth, fractured bones, dislocated jaws, and more.
Various types of changes can occur in the lining mucosa of the mouth. We are asked frequently to evaluate patients for changes in the mouth, in the salivary glands, and in the bone of the upper and lower jaws.