Oral Surgery

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Need Oral Surgery?

If you need oral surgery, your dentist may refer you to an oral surgery team. That typically means starting over as a new patient at a new office or clinic. But at First Choice Dental, our exceptional dentists understand your unique needs and priorities from day one—and offer the same knowledgeable, attentive treatment and convenience you’ve come expect from your neighborhood First Choice Dental clinic.

Types of oral surgery

Oral surgery can solve a wide range of cosmetic or reconstructive needs. You may need oral surgery for anything from removing an impacted wisdom tooth to preparing for dental implants to pathology for areas of concern. At First Choice Dental, oral surgery treatment includes:

  • Extractions
  • Dental Implants
  • Bone Grafts
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal
  • IV Sedation
  • Oral Conscious Sedation
  • Biopsies

For more extensive reconstructive surgical needs, a referral may be written to an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon. 

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