At Sealy Dental Center, we offer a range of oral surgeries under one roof, so you can get the surgical care from the dental team who knows you best!
We have the top oral surgeons near Sealy, TX because we have a high-tech office packed with advanced dental technologies, like dental lasers, digital imaging, and much more. Our technologies are designed for more comfortable treatments, heightened efficiency, and healthier outcomes.
Sedation Dentistry For Oral Surgeries
Nervous about your oral surgery? Do you have special healthcare needs that could make your procedure a difficult one? Our doctors combine sedation dentistry services with our oral surgeries to increase patient comfort and decrease pain.
Prior to administering sedation, we will speak with you and get to know your complete health history to determine which level is best for you!
Dental Implant Surgery
If you are missing one or more of your natural teeth, you should absolutely consider the only permanent alternative to tooth loss - dental implants!
Dental implants consist of ultra-durable titanium posts that are implanted into the jawbone. These posts are designed to stand in for your real tooth roots and are topped with luminous, natural-looking dental crowns.
Unlike removable dentures and bridges, you can eat anything you want with dental implants and they are made to last the rest of your life.
We offer the following dental implant systems at our Sealy, TX dentist office:
- Single Dental Implants
- All-on-4® Dental Implants
- Hybrid Dental Implants
- Implant-Retained Dentures
Considering dental implant surgery? If our doctors find that you don't have the bone height to support a dental implant, or if your sinuses aren't naturally of the right height or size to support a dental implant, they may recommend a sinus lift as a preliminary procedure.
While a sinus lift may extend your timeline for getting dental implants, it is designed to add much-needed stability to the area. Once your lift is complete, you will be able to get started on your journey to a permanent new smile!
Wisdom Tooth Removal
Although not every patient needs their wisdom teeth pulled, it can cause pain, orthodontic problems, and even severe infections in those that do.
Most patients get their wisdom teeth removed in their late teens or early 20s, but our oral surgeons in Sealy will use advanced diagnostic tools to determine when it's healthiest for you or your child to undergo this procedure.
At Sealy Dental Center, we perform all different types of wisdom tooth removal surgeries, including those on impacted wisdom teeth!
Full Mouth Tooth Extraction
Our doctors may recommend a full mouth tooth extraction if you are suffering from widespread decay, or if you have already lost many of your teeth. During the consultation phase, our team will work with you to determine which tooth replacement solution works best for you, including full mouth dentures, dental implants, and more.
An alveoplasty surgery is performed when a patient's jawbone needs to be smoothed or reshaped following the loss or extraction of one or more teeth. Alveoplasty can either be performed on its own, or as part of a tooth extraction. This surgery optimally shapes your jaws to support dentures, minimizing your future discomfort and maximizing prosthesis retainment.
A tori, or torus mandibularis, is a bony growth that occurs in both the upper and lower jaw. They are often present near the bicuspids. Nine out of ten times they will occur on both sides of the mouth. Surgical removal can often be necessary for patient comfort, especially if the patient wears a dental appliance. Once these growths are removed, they will not return. Sealy Dental Center is proud to offer Tori removal to our patients.
Frenectomies are performed most frequently in young children who suffer from a condition called "tongue-tie." People with tongue ties have tissue on the underside of the tongue that connects to the floor of the mouth, limiting the tongue's range of motion. When left untreated, this can cause issues with speech, breastfeeding, and eating in general.
At Sealy Dental Center, treatment for this condition is simple and always gentle!
Our doctors regularly perform oral cancer screenings on patients who are at a high risk for the disease. If we find an area that contains abnormal or suspicious gum tissue, we may recommend a biopsy to verify if the spot is cancerous. Biopsies are relatively quick and designed with comfort in mind.
Oral Surgeons You Can Trust!
Call today to schedule your surgical consultation with our Sealy oral surgeons. Remember, we offer customized sedation dentistry services to those who need it.