Oral surgery. The term sounds a bit ominous, but really just refers to a series of procedures that involve more than the teeth. If you're receiving a dental implant, getting an impacted wisdom tooth extracted or need gum tissue augmented, Frederick Dental Group in Frederick, MD, is the place to be. Oral surgeries of various kinds are just a few of the procedures Dr. Dave Verma and Dr. Arpana Verma perform. You can trust us for maximum comfort and the best possible results.
What oral surgery involves
It may involve the jaw bone, gums, teeth, or other structures in the maxillofacial area. These procedures need some kind and degree of anesthesia (Oral sedation, or nitrous oxide) to ensure you're comfortable during the procedure.
Typically, the person who needs oral surgery may require:
- Tooth extraction (impacted wisdom teeth may be encased in bone or gum tissue or a tooth may be too decayed to save)
- Gum grafting to heal periodontal disease
- Osseous surgery to reduce the size of periodontal pockets between the gums and tooth roots
- Bone grafting to provide anchorage for dental implants
- Relief from TMJ/TMD (jaw joint dysfunction) or sleep apnea
- Placement of single or multiple dental implants to replace missing teeth
- Root canal therapy to remove diseased interior pulp
- Pre-procedure examinations
Rest assured that your oral surgery at Frederick Dental Group will be carefully planned by our professional team of highly qualified experts. Accurate examination, digital X-rays, 3D scans, and detailed treatment plans, including choice of anesthetics, contribute to the many positive outcomes our two dentists have achieved over the years.
You will receive important information on what to expect before, during and after your procedure, including comfort measures and any medications. Your comfort and safety are paramount at Frederick Dental Group.
Concerned about upcoming surgery in Frederick?
Dr. Dave Verma, Dr. Arpana Verma, and their team at Frederick Dental Group understand. Please feel free to call with any questions or concerns you may have before or after your oral surgery, and the dentists and their support staff will be happy to help. We can be reached at (301) 624-1001.