We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Is There Jaw Surgery Near Me in Northeast Philadelphia?
If your dentist has recommended that you get an oral surgical procedure, then look no further. After a trip to our office you can stop asking neighbors, “Is there dental surgery near me available?” Our Northeast Philadelphia office is one of the best in the area and we strive to provide our patients with outstanding service, from their initial visit to our office to their aftercare follow up treatments at home. If you need oral and maxillofacial surgery, give us a call.
Does Your Office Provide the Oral Surgery Services That I Need?
Our Northeast Philadelphia office specializes in oral surgical procedures of all types. If you need surgery in your mouth, then that is oral surgery. If you need jaw surgery or facial surgery, then that is maxillofacial surgery. If you need corrective alignment or other corrective procedures, then that is orthognathic surgery, and we do it all. If you have questions about your specific needs, call our Northeast Philadelphia office and we’ll be happy to answer them.
If you have a tooth that has deteriorated beyond our ability to repair it or if it has been damaged by trauma, then we can help you. We also extract teeth when they’re not erupting properly or when you have overcrowded teeth or when you need orthodontic treatment and need a tooth extraction. The cost of a tooth extraction will vary depending on the location of the tooth, the amount of work that needs to be done, and the condition of the tooth. Your oral surgeon will provide you with a cost estimate during your initial visit to our Northeast Philadelphia office, so call us today to schedule a consultation.
Oral cancer diagnosis
The prospect of a cancer diagnosis is always daunting as well as terrifying. If you need a cancer diagnosis, either as part of routine maintenance or because you’re having a problem, call us without delay. Many people associate mouth cancer with smoking but there can be many other causes as well. If you notice lumps or areas of thickened tissue, if you’re having difficulty with chewing, swallowing, moving your tongue or jaw, ear pain, or if your jaw is swollen, don’t delay in calling our office. The sooner the cancer is detected, the sooner a treatment regimen can begin. Early diagnosis is the key to a successful cancer treatment.
The mouth can develop a wide variety of issues because it’s involved in a wide variety of functions. Some issues are dental, some are medical. Oral and maxillofacial pathology is involved with diagnosing and treating the oral and maxillofacial issues that arise. We specialize in unusual conditions or those that involve multiple types of treatments. If you’ve been looking for dental surgery in the Northeast Philadelphia area, then you have found the office you need. We strive to provide our patients with the best service possible and we look forward to working with you, so call our Northeast Philadelphia office today.
IV sedation is a very popular method of sedation for dentistry and many of our patients request it. Although often referred to as sleep dentistry, you’re not really asleep unless you’ve requested general anesthesia. You’ll be very relaxed during the procedure and you won’t feel pain, but you’ll be awake the entire time. Call us if you have specific questions about your situation.
When teeth are missing, particularly if they’re in the back of the upper jaw, there can be insufficient bone to accommodate dental implants. A sinus lift will add bone to the area between the sinuses and the jaw so that implants can be placed. This procedure is usually performed by a medical professional who specializes in maxillofacial surgeries or periodontics.
Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, is a relatively new procedure that uses a patient’s own blood to facilitate the healing process. When used during dental procedures, it reduces bleeding and expedites tissue repair. We use PRP for most of our procedures, so call our office if you have questions regarding your specific situation.
How Long Will It Take for Me to Receive an Appointment for Oral Surgery in Northeast Philadelphia?
We schedule appointments for our patients as quickly as possible, but there are several mitigating factors that will determine how long it takes for us to schedule you for oral maxillofacial surgery. Most of our patients are referred by their general dentist, but we also have many patients who have found us through a search for “dental surgery near me.” If you require urgent oral surgery, be sure to advise us when you call. We’re sure you’ll be pleased with the service you receive from our Northeast Philadelphia office, we strive to be the best at what we do. Call us today at (267) 367-5015 and let’s get started. We look forward to speaking with you and working with you.