Oral Surgery Procedures
Oral and maxillofacial surgery refers to procedures performed by dental specialists who treat conditions, defects, injuries and aesthetic aspects of the mouth, teeth, jaws and face. Their training involves the completion of a minimum four-year hospital surgical residency program after dental school.
Oral surgeons care for patients who experience conditions such as problems with wisdom teeth, facial pain and misaligned jaws. They treat accident victims suffering from facial injuries, perform reconstructive and dental implant surgery, and care for patients with tumors or cysts of the jaws and functional and aesthetic conditions of the maxillofacial areas.
As a leading dental practice in Wisconsin, we at ForwardDental understand the anxiety and inconvenience associated with any kind of surgery. Our skilled and caring staff will be with you every step of the way. Most oral surgeries performed at our Wisconsin locations are completed in less than an hour.
Dental implants are changing the way people live and are often the best option for people who have experienced tooth loss. They are the closest thing to natural teeth that modern dental technology has to offer. They are a desirable alternative to dentures as these are “permanent teeth” that look, feel and function similar to natural teeth. Dental implants are tiny titanium posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. The posts act as tooth root substitutes and, within three to six months, the bone bonds with the titanium to create a strong foundation for artificial teeth. If you are considering dental implants, give us a call and we will thoroughly examine your mouth and dental records to determine if they are a good option.Learn More
Oral Conscious Sedation
Conscious Sedation is defined as a minimally reduced level of consciousness that retains the patient's ability to breath independently and respond to questions or follow instructions. Sedation Dentistry, sometimes called Relaxation Dentistry, is one way that a dentist can manage pain and anxiety during dental appointments. Unlike general anesthesia where a patient is completely unconscious, the patient can interact with the dentist, but typically has no memory of the procedure.
Are you a candidate for Oral Conscious Sedation? Ask yourself these questions:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Oral Conscious Sedation might be right for you.
Oral sedation can be used for anything including filling a cavity, performing root canals or surgery to cosmetic dental services. You can regain your oral health or address painful conditions with greater ease.
You can discuss Oral Conscious Sedation with Dr. Shobha Warren or Dr. Gerald Patterson at our Wauwatosa-Mayfair location. Dr. Warren is the only endodontist in Wisconsin who offers this option to her patients.