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Need Oral Surgery?
If you need oral surgery, your dentist will refer you to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. That typically means starting over as a new patient at a new office or clinic. But at First Choice Dental, our exceptional oral surgeons 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 treat a cyst in the jaw. Treatment includes:
- Facial pain or TMJ/TMD surgery
- Wisdom teeth removal
- Misaligned jaw
- Reconstructive surgery following an injury
- Cleft lip and palate surgery
- Cancer removal and treatment of the face, jaw or neck area
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March 26, 2020
We've been getting questions about what you can do until your next visit to keep your mouth healthy. So, we assembled the best tips from the American Association of Orthodontics care for your teeth in between now and your next visit. Read More
February 7, 2020
Here at First Choice Dental, we believe that everyone should have access to quality health care. But that’s not always easy. Even if you get medical insurance where you work, your employer’s plan might not cover dental care. That’s why we offer Smart Choice Savings, an affordable discount plan that helps people without dental insurance cover the costs of quality care. Read More
February 6, 2020
Did you know that the American Association of Orthodontics recommends that all children have a checkup with an orthodontic specialist starting at age 7? If you remember getting braces in your tweens and teens, 7 may sound really young. But medical science has changed a lot since you were a kid. Now orthodontists can detect subtle issues in tooth and jaw development much earlier—even while a child’s baby teeth are still present. Read More