Oral Surgery Procedure Overview

We’ll always provide the information you need for any oral surgery procedure you have with us.

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Dental Implants

More people are getting dental implants to replace missing teeth. Dental implants are a long-term solution that is embedded in your jawbone, similar to your natural teeth. Plus, unlike fixed bridges or removable dentures, dental implants will not affect neighboring healthy teeth or lead to bone loss in the jaw. If properly cared for, dental implants can last a lifetime.

Wisdom Teeth Removal & Management

Wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) are the last teeth to develop and appear in your mouth. An impacted wisdom tooth can damage neighboring teeth or become infected. Because the tooth is in an area that is hard to clean, it also can invite bacteria that lead to gum disease. Learn more about how we help combat
these issues.

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Tooth Extractions & Other Oral Surgery Procedures

At Tennessee Valley Oral Surgery, we perform a wide range of procedures from simple tooth extractions to root canals to soft tissue grafts and more. Learn more about the procedures we offer here.

Anesthesia

We do utilize anesthesia for many of our procedures for the safety and comfort of our patients. For more information about how this is performed, click below.

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Oral, Head and Neck Pathology

It is estimated 50,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer this year. Oral cancer’s mortality is particularly high, not because it is hard to detect or diagnose, but because the cancer is often discovered late in its development. Your family dentist or OMS is in the best position to detect oral cancer during your routine dental examinations.

Oral Surgery Procedure - Facial Injury & Trauma Surgery

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons (OMSs) are experts in treating and repairing facial injury and trauma, including fractures of the upper and lower jaws and the orbits surrounding the eyes as well as facial lacerations. Their knowledge of how jaws come together (dental occlusion) is critical when repairing complex facial fractures. Learn more about these types of procedures.

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