Dental One Associates of Frederick
45 Thomas Johnson Drive, Suite 105, Frederick, MD 21702
Are you on the hunt for the answer to your question, “Is there a provider of dental surgery near me?” If so, then our practice is your answer. Our team of experienced providers offers an array of oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures. This facet of dentistry specializes in providing diagnostic and treatment services for problems in the oral and maxillofacial area. Surgery done on the mouth is called oral surgery. Jaw surgery and surgery to the face are known as maxillofacial surgery. A surgical procedure that is performed on the jaw to fix misalignment or other irregular issues is known as orthognathic surgery.
No matter what your oral surgery in Frederick needs may be, our team is here to help. All you have to do is pick up the phone and call us at (301) 862-6783. After that, you will be well on your way to receiving high/quality oral health care.
We provide our patients with several types of oral surgery services. Contact us at (301) 862-6783 to learn more about the services we offer. Our surgical services include:
Dental decay, injury, or infection can damage a tooth badly enough that it can’t be fixed. In times like this, a tooth or teeth extraction is typically recommended. Other cases that may require tooth extraction surgery include when a tooth is affecting tooth alignment or preventing another tooth from growing in properly. Tooth extraction is also done to prepare for orthodontic treatment. The total cost of your extraction will be determined by the type of procedure done, the location of the tooth, and the overall condition of the tooth.
Although oral cancer can be deadly, catching it in its earliest stages makes it much more likely that the cancer can be treated easily. Oral cancer screenings are typically done as part of a routine examination. Even if you don’t use tobacco products, you should still have routine oral cancer screenings performed by a dental professional. Symptoms of oral cancer include lumps or thickening in oral tissues, trouble moving your jaw or tongue, difficulty swallowing and chewing, swelling of the jaw and ear pain. Detecting oral cancer early means that you will have more treatment options available to you.
Pathology refers to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Therefore, oral and maxillofacial pathology is the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that impact the jaws, mouth, salivary glands, facial muscles, and other related areas. Since the mouth is responsible for a number of vital functions, medical conditions that impact it can cause many dental and medical problems. Our office has a highly experienced oral surgeon on staff that specializes in developing complicated treatment plans for unusual cases. Some of the pathological oral conditions that our surgeon has treated include patchwork tongue, hairy tongue, and palatal cysts. Our oral surgeon will use surgical techniques, antibiotics and other treatment methods to ensure that you are rid of your illness or defect.
Patients receiving a tooth extraction, dental implant procedure, oral pathology treatment or some other kind of surgical treatment can request IV sedation. Our oral surgeon is highly skilled in IV sedation. Sedation is frequently called “sleep dentistry.” Despite the name, unless you are having a procedure done under general anesthesia, you will be awake throughout your entire procedure. Contact our staff at (301) 862-6783 to learn more about our methods of sedation.
A sinus lift procedure is usually suggested when your upper jaw lacks enough bone height to support dental implants. This frequently happens when you have lost several of the back teeth in your upper jaw. During a sinus lift, bone will be added to the area between the jaw and maxillary sinuses (these sinuses are located on either side of your nose). A professional who has specialized in periodontics or maxillofacial surgeries does this type of jaw surgery.
Tissue regeneration utilizing platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a new technique that utilizes a patient’s own blood to assist with healing muscles, ligaments, and other body parts. PRP can help heal areas of the jaw and mouth. Oral surgeons may recommend PRP during jaw surgeries, tooth extractions or periodontal therapies in order to lessen the amount of bleeding that occurs and to support restoration of tissue.
If your issues persist after your primary dental care provider has tried other therapies and treatments, he or she may suggest that you receive oral maxillofacial surgery. To receive the best treatment possible, contact our office at (301) 862-6783. We assure you that you will be highly satisfied with your procedure. Our staff will ensure that you are comfortable throughout your treatment. You will also be sent home with instructions to help you have a smooth recovery.