Dental Associates offers oral surgery options including wisdom teeth extractions and dental implants.

Oral Surgery

Our Oral Surgeons Team with Your Dentist to Provide the Most Comprehensive Care

Our oral surgeons at Dental Associates are expertly-trained dentists who specialize in surgical procedures involving your teeth, mouth and jaw. We offer oral surgery procedures to correct various issues, and our dentists and surgeons will work together to provide the best treatment plan for your individual case.

Your Dental Associates oral surgeon can perform the following procedures:

  • Impacted teeth removal
  • Wisdom teeth removal
  • Improve the fit of dentures
  • Dental Implants
  • Unequal jaw growth
  • Cleft lip and cleft palate repair
  • Facial infections
  • Facial injury repair
  • Snoring/sleep apnea


Visit our oral surgery procedures page to learn details about each of the procedures listed above.

Dental Associates offer in-house oral surgery services.

Oral Surgery Procedures

Learn the full range of oral surgery procedures that our in-house Oral Surgeons perform.

One of the most common oral surgery procedures we offer is Wisdom Teeth Removal.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

A common oral surgery procedure we deliver is wisdom teeth removal. Learn the process and when it’s performed.

Special note about Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders…
Some headache, jaw pain and facial pain may be caused by a Temporomandibular joint disorder, often just called TMJ. Surgical and nonsurgical treatment options are available for advanced TMJ cases. This is one surgical specialty that Dental Associates does not perform. In the event a TMJ disorder is diagnosed, we work to find a TMJ specialist and refer the patient to that provider.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are today’s preferred treatment plan for replacing a single or multiple missing teeth. A dental implant is a small titanium rod that serves as the replacement for the natural root portion of a missing tooth. It offers a long-term fix if you’re missing one, two, three, or even all of your teeth. And because the implant acts as a natural root, it helps maintain the health and integrity of the jawbone, preserving the bone needed for a strong, stable foundation for biting and chewing. Once the dental implant is placed in the jaw, the replacement tooth (or teeth in the case of several missing teeth), is securely connected to the implant. The result is a natural-looking tooth that acts, feels and looks just like a real tooth. Learn more about dental implants


Sedation dentistry

Some oral surgery procedures may require sedation to ensure that you have the most comfortable experience possible. Your dentist and oral surgeon will work with you to decide which form of medication and sedation will be the best method for you. Learn more about sedation dentistry.