Visit Our In-House Oral Surgery Dentist Office in Marietta

There are plenty of reasons to opt for in-house oral surgery. Oral surgery can come with plenty of benefits and can help you adjust your smile to boost self-confidence or function.

At our dental office, we offer plenty of in-house procedures and treatment options that best suit our patient’s needs.

Taking care of every patient who comes through our doors will always be our number one priority.

What is oral surgery?

When you hear the word surgery, you are most likely thinking of needles, hospitals and a long and daunting procedure. While that may be true in some cases, an oral surgeon can extract teeth, correct jaw issues and more all in their office.

Typically, your dentist may recommend surgery if you have:

  • Dental problems that interfere with eating, speaking or other routine activities
  • Dead or decaying teeth
  • Poorly aligned jaws
  • TMJ issues such as tight jaws, clicking or popping
  • Sleep apnea or snoring

Is in-house oral surgery safe?

In short, yes. In fact, seeing us for treatment is fast and efficient. Our office is clean and staffed by trusted professionals. We adhere to all safety requirements and work to ensure you receive the highest degree of comfort and care.

You might be surprised to learn what oral procedures we perform in our dental office every day. Of course, we carry out minor procedures such as teeth whitening. However, we also perform in-house oral surgeries for a list of issues.

Procedures offered

At our office, we provide various surgical procedures for functional or cosmetic reasons.

For tooth decay or trauma, we offer tooth extractions. Removing troublesome teeth will reduce pain and the risk of further damage as well as improve your smile.

Once our dentist removes your teeth, we can install dental implants to restore your smile. Implants attach to your jaw and provide fully functional teeth.

Corrective jaw surgery is a great way to fix and mend minor trauma to the jaw. This in-house oral surgery can also improve speech or bite issues. We can even use jaw surgery if you clench or grind your teeth during sleep.

Depending on the complexity of the surgery, we offer various methods of pain management and sedation.

Your consultation

If you already have an idea or treatment plan from your dentist, your consultation will be quick. It can even happen on the same day as treatment. If you have not spoken to a dentist, then our team will explain treatment options in-depth. We will walk you through each step of the process and prepare you for your in-house oral surgery.

How can we help you?

Do you have painful or damaged teeth? Are you putting off your next visit to the dentist?

Whatever the case, you can improve your health and restore your confidence with in-house oral surgery.

Call our office to learn more about our procedures. Schedule an appointment and see how we can overcome your dental concerns.

Request an appointment here: https://www.mytotaldentistry.com or call McCarthy Dentistry at (740) 546-5178 for an appointment in our Marietta office.

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