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Oral and maxillofacial surgery at Aspen Dental

At Aspen Dental, we offer expert care from highly trained oral surgeons who specialize in wisdom teeth extraction, dental implants and more. Get in today for your care.

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We’re here for your oral surgery needs

Aspen Dental has board-certified oral surgeons who are highly trained and use the latest technology to remove wisdom teeth and place dental implants so you can get back to living your healthiest, happiest life.


Your healthiest smile starts here

We’re here for you. That’s why we provide end-to-end care you can trust, all under one roof.

All under one roof

One care plan by one team who understands your oral health best.

Oral surgery expertise

Our nationwide network of doctors has cared for and transformed millions of smiles, so your smile is always backed by experts who care.

Flexible oral surgery payments

We’ll help get your care covered with dental insurance or dental financing—9 out of 10 applications are approved by third-party lenders.

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There’s an oral surgeon near you

With 1,100+ Aspen Dental locations, there’s an oral surgeon in your corner and on your corner to help with common oral surgery procedures and advanced dental surgery.

Regain your smile and confidence today.

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Common oral and maxillofacial procedures

Oral surgery may be necessary to address dental issues such as impacted wisdom teeth, severe gum disease, jaw misalignment and facial trauma.

Your dentist might recommend it to alleviate pain, prevent further complications and improve overall oral health and function.

Tooth extraction

Having strong teeth is important, which is why your dentist will make every effort to save them. However, when a tooth is past the point of recovery, removing the tooth is the best option for your oral health.

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Wisdom teeth removal

Because our third molars are the last teeth to develop, they can impact the health of the surrounding teeth and gums if they are not removed.

Dental implants

A popular solution to replace missing teeth. Your surgeon will insert a titanium rod in your jawbone that anchors to a dental crown.

Bone grafting

If you do not have sufficient jawbone tissue to support an oral prosthetic (such as an implant), a bone graft procedure can help improve density.

Advanced oral surgery procedures

Some cases are more complex than others

Sometimes the best help you can get is outside of our office. Your Aspen Dental care team will help connect you with a specialist for advanced cases such as:


Our oral surgery promise

Getting you the care need is only the beginning.

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Comfortable and informed

Your oral surgeon will talk to you about pain management and we’ll keep you comfortable during your surgery with numbing agents or sedation.

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Care you can afford

Financing your care is easier than you think—in just 3 steps we can get you approved and start treatment the same day.

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Always in your corner

We accept walk-ins for oral surgery emergencies or you can call us to schedule an appointment to discuss your available oral surgery options.

Why choose Aspen Dental oral surgeons?

Real patient reviews from others just like you.
The entire Aspen Dental oral surgery care team made me feel informed and at ease. Thank you for a wonderful experience that calmed my fears and cared for my tee...
—JessicaPlant City, FL

Oral surgery FAQs

Oral surgery refers to surgical procedures performed in the oral cavity and surrounding structures by trained oral surgeons or dentists with specialized training. These procedures address various dental and oral health issues, such as tooth extraction, wisdom teeth removal, dental implants, jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery), gum surgery (periodontal surgery), and treatment of oral diseases or trauma. Oral surgery aims to restore oral function, alleviate pain, and improve overall oral health and aesthetics.

Oral surgery falls under the medical and dental fields, involving surgical procedures within the oral cavity and surrounding structures to address dental and oral health issues. While oral surgeons primarily focus on surgical interventions related to the mouth, jaws, and facial structures, their training involves aspects of both medicine and dentistry. Oral surgery integrates medical knowledge with dental expertise to provide comprehensive care for patients' oral health needs.

Yes, Aspen Dental offers oral surgery services as part of our comprehensive dental care offerings. There are oral surgeons at Aspen Dental who are trained to perform a variety of surgical procedures within the oral cavity and surrounding structures, including tooth extraction, wisdom teeth removal, dental implants, and other oral surgeries to address specific dental health issues. However, it's always advisable to check with your local Aspen Dental office to confirm the particular services available at that location.

The duration of oral surgery varies depending on the specific procedure being performed. Some oral surgeries, such as simple tooth extractions or wisdom teeth removal, may take 30 minutes to an hour to complete. More complex procedures, such as a dental implant placement, can take several hours or even multiple appointments to finish. Your oral surgeon will provide you with an estimate of the expected duration of your surgery during your preoperative consultation.

Most dental insurance plans provide some coverage for oral surgeries, but it can vary based on the procedure and your insurance plan. Check your plan details with your insurance provider or discover the dental insurance plans accepted by Aspen Dental. We do not accept Medicaid and dental insurance providers accepted can vary based on Aspen Dental location.

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Get relief from dental health issues

When you need oral surgery, your Aspen Dental oral surgeon will help your smile thrive. Get back to being healthier and happier.