Palm Dental Center
7150 West 20th Avenue, Suite 102, Hialeah, FL 33016
We strive to offer the best oral surgery in Hialeah for our community because we are passionate about oral health. We try our best to make your visits as stress-free and as painless as possible. If you need work done and you want to visit an office where staff members go out of their way to provide you with quality dental surgery, call us to schedule an appointment.
Typically, dentists will refer patients to our oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Hialeah, who has completed additional years of rigorous training after graduating from dental school. Oral and maxillofacial professionals have usually trained alongside medical students in a hospital residency, learning about plastic surgery, anesthesiology and surgery techniques.
Despite the title of surgeon, our oral and maxillofacial surgeon performs many procedures here in the office. Typically, we perform complex procedures that may require anesthesia or IV sedation; our oral and maxillofacial surgeon will always discuss your anesthesia options with you before deciding on an appropriate course of action. If you are awake for the procedure, we will routinely check to make sure that you are comfortable.
We offer an extensive range of dental and surgical services, including diagnostic, restorative and cosmetic procedures, which can alleviate tooth pain or make you happier with your smile. Find out more about the procedures our oral and maxillofacial surgeon offers by giving us a call or reading more below.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons receive specific training in complicated extractions, such as impacted wisdom teeth. While dentists perform routine extractions, oral and maxillofacial surgeons frequently extract fractured or broken teeth and perform any extraction procedure that requires more pain management that the local anesthesia that dentists typically offer. We offer a variety of tooth replacement options as well.
Dental implants offer a lifelike, permanent way to replace missing teeth. Our specialist will discuss natural-looking dental implants with you, along with other possible options for replacing missing teeth.
At one time, bone loss meant than dental implants were not an option, however, bone grafts enable our oral surgeon in Hialeah to rebuild the jawbone so it can hold an implant. Bone grafts prevent the caved in look that ages a person and keeps dentures from fitting properly as well.
If you have decided on dentures, you may need teeth extracted. We also remove mouth bumps, called tori, which are bone outgrowths that would prevent dentures from fitting as they should. No one really knows why certain people have tori; however, they are usually harmless.
Our oral surgeon in Hialeah will examine patients who are experiencing jaw pain or other symptoms of the temporomandibular disorder, paying careful attention to their lifestyle, dental history and any history of accidents. Once we determine the likely cause of your pain, we will develop a customized treatment plan for you. If we exhaust all non-surgical treatments and the disorder is still causing you discomfort, we will offer you surgical options.
Early detection of abnormal tissue can save lives. A general dentist is often the first person to spot potential problems; they will refer patients to us so that we can take a sample of the lesion to send out for testing. If the laboratory results indicate cancerous cells are present, we may be able to remove the lesion in our office.
We strive to have the best oral surgeon to treat our patients, we can also offer other services, such as cleft palate repair and cleft lip repair, so individuals in the community do not have to travel far for specialized services from someone who has extensive training in all oral and maxillofacial procedures. We believe that oral surgery in Hialeah should be a good experience. Even though you may initially feel anxious when you walk into our office for the first time, we believe you’ll leave feeling satisfied with your treatment and comfortable with your providers. Schedule an appointment today with our oral surgery office.