Family Dental Group of Newburgh
250 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 12550

Oral Surgery in Newburgh, NY

Oral surgery is sometimes necessary for dental health.

The specialty of dentistry dedicated to diagnosing and treating diseases, injuries, and defects of the mouth, jaw, and facial area is called oral and maxillofacial surgery. Oral surgery is a procedure performed inside the mouth by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. This surgeon can also perform face and jaw surgery, which is called maxillofacial surgery. Orthognathic surgery corrects irregularities of the jaw, such as misalignment.
When you or someone in your family needs dental surgery, it’s never pleasant news. But when you’re asking, “Who can I rely on for dental surgery near me,” the answer is easy: call our office for oral surgery in Newburgh.

Oral surgery services restore dental health and improve lives.

Wisdom teeth removal

Wisdom teeth are molars set far in the back of the mouth. They usually come in around the time a person turns 18, or soon after. The wisdom teeth removal cost depends on the procedure, the use of anesthetics, and many other factors. A dental professional may recommend wisdom teeth removal if:

  • Molars are coming in at a difficult angle, threatening oral health.
  • The jaw isn’t big enough to let the molars come in correctly.
  • The molars are causing damage to the jawbone, or other teeth.

Among all types of oral maxillofacial surgery, a wisdom tooth extraction is among the most common. Fortunately, modern anesthetics and sedatives ensure less discomfort during this procedure. IV sedation or another sedative may be used if more than one tooth is being extracted. Impacted wisdom teeth, which are teeth trapped below the gum line, often require a more involved surgical process. Sedation is usually recommended. Sedation will also be recommended if more than one tooth is being extracted. On the other hand, if only one wisdom tooth is being removed, a local anesthetic may be sufficient.

Tooth extractions

Dentists want to help you keep as many of your natural teeth as possible. But sometimes tooth decay, infection, and injury are too serious to restore the tooth. In that case, a tooth extraction will be recommended. Pulling teeth may also be needed to prevent a tooth from ruining the alignment of others. A tooth may also be removed to make way for orthodontics, or if other teeth aren’t coming in properly. Tooth extraction cost will vary, depending on the specifics of the procedure and the number of the teeth that need to be pulled.

Dental implants

When teeth are missing or have been removed, the integrity of the jawbone is threatened. Missing teeth must be replaced by dental implants. The titanium in a tooth implant performs a role like the root of a real tooth. Implants also help keep other teeth from changing position, maintain facial proportions, and minimize sagging and wrinkles. There are many different kinds of dental implants on the market. Tooth implant cost will depend on the cost of the implant and the details of the procedure. It’s important to follow the recommendation of your dentist—being scared off by the dental implant cost today can necessitate more expensive services down the road.

Oral cancer diagnosis

Cancer. Just hearing the word is scary. But in the case of an oral cancer diagnosis, patients can take some comfort in the fact that early oral cancer detection may be positive. Yes, you read that right. Oral cancer prognosis is much better when oral cancer screening catches it early on.

Tobacco use is a major cause of oral cancer, but it is possible to get oral cancer without using tobacco. Oral cancer symptoms include a swollen jaw, difficulties moving the jaw and the tongue, lumps and thickening in the oral tissue, a pain in the ear, and trouble chewing or swallowing food.

Oral cancer treatment

An oral surgeon will be involved in treatment for oral cancer along with healthcare professionals specializing in cancer treatments. Radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or other treatments will be combined with surgery for oral cancer treatment. Chances of an oral cancer cure are much improved if the cancer has been detected early.

Pre-orthodontic surgery

Pre-orthodontic means “before orthodontics.” Patients in need of braces may require the extraction of one or more teeth to allow for alignment of the rest. If teeth are below the gum line, orthodontic surgery may also be needed before the patient gets braces.
Orthognotic surgery and orthodontic jaw surgery are two additional types. Before these surgeries are performed, a patient may need to wear braces for a certain time period. The orthodontic surgery cost is worth it to ensure that orthodontics work to the betterment of dental health.

Pre-prosthetic surgery

Pre-prosthetic means “before prosthetics.” Before a patient gets dentures (sometimes called teeth prosthetics) they may require surgery. Surgeons may build up the gum line or the underlying bone during prosthetic surgery, extract natural teeth, or remove tori (bony bumps.) A disease or damage of the jaw or temporomandibular joint may require their replacement with a prosthetic jaw.

TMJ and TMD Treatment

These days, many people complain to their dentists about TMJ pain. For more effective TMJ pain treatment, many dental offices have made it a specialty in their practice. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a joint that allows the movement of the lower jaw. It is found at the point where the lower jaw and skull meet. Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) is a disorder of this joint. TMD can cause clicking sounds and pain in the jaw, headaches, earaches, and difficulty closing or opening the mouth properly.

For TMJ treatment and TMD treatment, non-surgical options will be recommended first. In many cases of TMJ, bruxism (teeth grinding) is identified as a cause. That makes bruxism treatment a common TMJ disorder treatment. Medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle adjustments can also help. Jaw pain treatment may also help TMJ. If all else fails as a treatment for TMJ, your care provider may recommend surgery.
Despite what some people think, “lockjaw” is not related to TMJ. It refers to tetanus, a life-threatening disease. Treatment for tetanus (lockjaw treatment) is provided by a physician.

For an oral surgery consultation, contact our knowledgeable professionals.

There are many non-surgical treatments and therapies for dental health issues. Discuss your options with your dentist and primary care provider. But if oral and maxillofacial surgery is recommended, you’ll probably be wondering, “Where is there dental surgery near me?”

Count on our caring professionals for oral surgery in Newburgh. Before the procedure, we’ll explain how it works. We’ll make you as comfortable as possible during the procedure. During the surgery, we’ll ensure that you are as comfortable as possible. After, you’ll head home with instructions on next steps.

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