Oral Surgery

The oral surgeons at Dental Specialty Center of Jupiter specialize in providing effective solutions to a wide variety of diseases, disorders, injuries and problems. From the removal of impacted teeth or wisdom teeth to full dental reconstructions, our surgeons are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of mouth, teeth, jaw and facial problems. All of our oral surgeons have advanced training in utilizing local, intravenous and general anesthesia to meet the requirements of their patients and procedures. 

With their training and exhaustive knowledge, our skilled oral surgeons can provide reconstructive procedures and alleviate or eliminate any discomfort, disfigurement or difficulty you may be experiencing in your mouth, teeth, jaw or face. Utilizing a wide array of hi-tech tools, they can remove impacted wisdom teeth, cuspids or bicuspids; replace missing teeth with dental implants; repair broken or uneven jaws; remove tumors or cysts; and much more. 

What is an oral surgeon?

An oral surgeon is a dentist who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and injuries to the mouth and face, including removing teeth, if necessary. To be an oral surgeon requires an additional four to six years training in an oral surgeon residency program. To become certified and licensed, oral surgeons must pass written and oral exams by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery and must be recertified every ten years.

Oral surgeons work with patients who have facial pain including TMD (Temporo-Mandibular Disorders), impacted teeth, oral cancers and other problems. They also place dental implants, perform reconstructive and corrective surgeries.

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