Oral Surgery Services in Cathedral City CA
Oral surgery is commonly referred to as one of the specialties of dentistry which mainly focuses on defects and injuries such as trauma-related damage of the functional areas and the aesthetic aspects of the face, teeth, mouth and jaws. General dentists and other dental specialists often work hand-in-hand with an oral surgeon to treat a number of functional issues.
Condition treated by an oral surgeon
For a primary dental care provider, an oral surgeon is an important person in their referral network. An oral surgeon is skilled in administering anesthesia, removing impacted teeth, placing dental implants, treating facial trauma, oral infections, oral cancer, facial pain disorders, providing corrective jaw surgery, performing surgical treatment for sleep apnea patients and much more.
Why Choose Us?
We have built our practice through years of experience in performing oral surgery. Our oral surgeons are experienced and have taken up extensive training in performing specific procedures you require. In order to keep themselves up-to-date on the latest procedures and technical advances they continuously take up education courses.
Oral surgeons are recognized by the American Dental Association when the dental professionals have taken an extensive surgical training in a hospital-based residency program for a minimum of four years. We are experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeons who have the knowledge to diagnose and treat a number of functional conditions.
We are happy to serve your oral surgery needs. Don’t hesitate! You can call us for any of your questions or if you need our oral surgeon in Cathedral City to provide you with a personalized treatment plan to restore, enhance and transform your smile.
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