Patient care is at the forefront of everything we do from offering state-of-the-art surgical procedures to donating services through mission projects within the Commonwealth of Virginia and beyond. Our doctors and staff are dedicated to making implant dentistry easier for our patients and restorative doctors. Our office is conveniently located in the population center of the Richmond geographic area. Our wisdom teeth extraction surgeries are performed in state-of-the-art surgical suites by a highly trained surgical team.
Oral Surgeons & Oral Surgery Services Richmond VA
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Dental implants are more easily placed when teeth are first extracted because bone replacement becomes more complex as time passes. The great news? Implants act just like your natural teeth. They safeguard and preserve your bone structure, oral health and appearance. Your dentist and the implant surgeon will provide you with options so that you can make the most informed decision concerning tooth replacement. Our oral surgeons perform full scope oral and maxillofacial surgery for the Richmond VA area, including all aspects from wisdom tooth removal , root canals and tooth extractions to sleep apnea treatments, jaw surgery , tmj disorders , and facial trauma. The oral surgeon will meet with you for a full consultation explaining the diagnosis and treatment options before scheduling your oral surgery.
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Omar Watson, D. After college, Dr. Watson attended University of Michigan School of Dentistry. He was the first student to receive the Ida Gray Award for encouraging multicultural ideals within the dental school.
Are you planning on having orthodontic treatment? In some cases, patients may be referred to our office for oral surgery prior to starting their orthodontic treatment. Below are some of the reasons why this can occur. If your teeth are too crowded due to large teeth, small mouth, or other factors, your dentist or orthodontist may recommend having one or more teeth extracted. By strategically removing a few, the rest of your teeth will have the space they need to be guided into proper position by your orthodontic treatment.