Oral surgery is required for a variety of reasons, including a smile-makeover or to treat an injury. Another type of dental surgery is a simple extraction, such as wisdom teeth removal. At Woodruff Family Dental, our Doctors can use dental surgery to address issues or improve a patient's smile. Our specialists have years of experience in oral surgery and consistently prioritize the health of our patients.
Oral surgery is a broad phrase for any procedure performed on your teeth, gums, jaw, or adjacent oral and facial structures. It encompasses a wide range of operations, such as tooth extractions, dental bone grafts, periodontal (gum) grafts, and corrective jaw surgery.
The following are some examples of conditions in which dental surgery may be required:
Endodontic oral surgery is concerned with the root or pulp of your teeth. Endodontists are dental professionals who specialize in issues concerning dental pulp. These experts have a thorough understanding of the pathology, anatomy, and physiology that comprise this extremely sensitive area. Root canals, pulpotomies, a pulpectomy, and apicoectomy are all examples of common endodontic surgery.
Prosthodontic surgery covers or replaces troublesome teeth while preserving as many healthy ones as feasible. Materials including crowns, veneers, bridges, implants, and dentures are common options for prosthetic difficulties. Patients with sleep apnea or problems with their temporomandibular joint (TMJ) may be referred to a prosthodontist for specialized therapy.
The orthodontic branch of oral health is one of the more well-known branches of dental experts. This dental professional works with people who have oral anomalies and focuses on the prevention, development, and correction of these issues by addressing the teeth, jaws, and a person's bite. Straightening a person's bite with braces is one of the most popular dental procedures performed by orthodontists.
Periodontists are experts in the structures that support teeth, such as the periodontium (tissue that surrounds teeth) and the maxillary and mandibular bones (jaw bone). Periodontists also treat disorders and problems affecting the gingiva (gums) and the ligaments that hold the teeth together.
Before deciding whether oral surgery is best for you, our dentist at Woodruff Family Dental will analyze your present dental condition and needs. To schedule an appointment, please call (870) 972-8190 or come to 2800 Enterprise Cv, Jonesboro, AR 72401.
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