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Oral Surgery - San Antonio, TX | New Braunfels, TX

Oral Surgery You Can Trust

Our Primary Objective: Restoring Your Health

If you’re faced with the necessity of oral surgery, choose a team as dedicated to improving your oral health and function as you are. Our prosthodontist and periodontists are experienced in offering trusted oral surgery in San Antonio and New Braunfels, TX to solve conditions related to your teeth, gums, or bone. We’ve spent decades perfecting minimally invasive techniques for more comfortable and predictable care. And we’re trained and certified to offer IV sedation, a highly customizable form of sedation that provides personalized levels of relaxation and pain control. With this level of surgical skill, our technology, sedation, and a high-level of precision, you can rest assured that your experience with us will be pleasant and effective. We’ll help keep your oral health on track by removing diseased or damaged teeth, treating gum disease, restoring lost bone, or evaluating suspicious soft tissue inside your mouth. Don’t let tooth pain, bleeding gums, or other symptoms keep you from living a healthy and confident life. Our specialists will provide the expert oral surgery you need to restore a functional and beautiful smile!

Our Specialized Oral Surgery

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth generally begin erupting and causing problems between the ages of 17-25. In most cases, these third molars become impacted instead of erupting cleanly and need to be removed to eliminate the risk for infection or damage to adjacent teeth. Our periodontists have the training and skill to surgically remove wisdom teeth while you’re comfortable under sedation.
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Tooth Extractions

Sometimes a tooth is too badly damaged, diseased, or injured to be saved with more conservative measures like root canal therapy. When this is the case, our skilled periodontists provide tooth extractions to reduce the risk for spreading infection or additional damage. We’ll replace your extracted tooth with a dental implant if you would like it restored with a permanent option that looks, feels, and functions like the real thing!
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Bone Grafting

Missing teeth or dental trauma can lead to significant bone loss in your jaw. This natural bone will not grow back and will continue to resorb without the presence of teeth. Our periodontists are experts in sinus lift and ridge augmentation bone grafting techniques. Sinus lift in the upper, back part of the jaw restores bone by lifting the sinus membrane and placing bone grafts beneath. Ridge augmentation restores the natural contours and volume of a jaw ridge or fills a post-extraction socket with bone grafting material.
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Oral Pathology

Oral pathology refers to the study of diseases of the mouth. To check for these diseases, we evaluate the mucosa or the soft tissues that line your mouth. This kind of skin has a very specific color and texture, and a difference in either could indicate health problems. We might also complete a biopsy (removing a suspicious part of the soft tissue), which will then be used for diagnostic purposes.
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Osseous Surgery

Gum disease that has not responded to other treatments can be effectively managed with osseous surgery. This procedure removes diseased gum tissue, clears away bacteria, and reshapes and smooths the teeth and bone. We complete this surgery as a final attempt to save the affected tooth (or teeth) and help promote better oral health and good oral hygiene.
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