Even with daily brushing and flossing and regular dental visits, more extensive dental work is sometimes needed. Oral surgery is one way that Dr. Dan, Dr. Casey, and Dr. Rappeport restore health to our patients’ mouths. If you need a surgical procedure performed, here’s what you can expect from Dental Health of Fianna in Fort Smith, AR:
- Compassionate and fully trained staff who will treat you with personalized care.
- Oral conscious sedation in pill form to help you relax and unwind in our dental chair.
- Comforting amenities like blankets, headsets, large flat-screen TVs, bottled water, and coffee.
- Highly skilled dentists certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support).
Don’t risk the health of your smile. Call us today to schedule your consultation: 479-262-9101. You’ll find us at 9004 Jenny Lind Rd., just down the street from Harps Foods.
Relax in Our Skilled Hands
No one likes to think about oral surgery. However, you can count on Dental Health of Fianna to provide you the most gentle care possible. Your comfort is our top priority, and we’ll do whatever we can to make your surgical procedure smooth and pleasant.
It will always be our goal to save a damaged tooth, but a tooth extraction may be necessary to protect the health of your other teeth and gums. Our team will make sure your extraction is comfortable and relaxed, plus we’ll provide you with teeth restoration options and follow-up care to make sure your mouth stays healthy.
We can also handle wisdom teeth removal, even some that are impacted. These “third molars” usually begin coming in between the ages of 17 and 21. Wisdom teeth don’t cause any problems for some people, but others need to have them removed to avoid damaging their other teeth or to prepare their mouths for orthodontic treatment.
If you’re considering dental implants to replace missing teeth, you may need surgical treatment to get your jaw ready. For a jawbone that’s too weak or narrow, a bone graft will add synthetic bone material to your jaw to stimulate new bone growth. After a few months, your jaw should be strong enough to support your new implants.