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  • Benefit from your dentist’s surgical experience
  • We’ve been awarded Best of the West by KCBD
  • Schedule a $50 consultation

Restore Your Oral Health at Our Lubbock Oral Surgery Center

Even with the best oral care practices at home, dental surgery can’t always be avoided. People from all over West Texas come to see us for our expertise in surgical procedures. In fact, our oral surgery center in Lubbock has even been awarded the Best of the West for 2022 by KCBD. You’ll find a wide range of treatment options that will:

  • Restore what’s missing from your smile
  • Remove teeth causing you discomfort
  • Repair your damaged gums
  • Prepare your mouth for implants
  • Improve your oral health

Our surgery options may be just what your smile needs. Find out by calling 806-507-6906 for an appointment. Be sure to ask us about our $50 consultation special! If you’re in pain, we’ll do our best to see you ASAP for an emergency appointment.

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Find Many Dental Surgery Options at Our Practice

There are many reasons for oral surgery. Whether you are a young adult getting your wisdom teeth removed or you’re an older adult in need of implants, you’ll find the options you need for your smile. We start out by getting panoramic X-rays and 3-D scans to get a clear image of the inside of your mouth. Then your dentist will discuss the surgical procedures you may need and what you can expect.

You may receive treatments such as:

  • Tooth Extractions – Teeth may need to be removed to prepare your mouth for braces or dentures or to remove infected or severely damaged teeth.
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal – While not everyone has issues with their wisdom teeth, they can cause problems if they are impacted or crowding other teeth. Dr. Everett will gently extract your third molars, if needed, so your smile remains in good shape.
  • Ridge Augmentation – When you’ve lost significant bone density due to tooth loss or other factors, this procedure recreates the natural contours of your jaw. It’s often used to prepare you to receive dental implants.
  • Sinus Lifts – We offer minimally invasive options to create room in your mouth for implants, particularly in the upper jaw.
  • Gum GraftsWe use tissue from your own mouth, synthetic tissue, or donor tissue to replace lost gum tissue and restore your gumline.
  • Bone Grafts – We’re certified in S.M.A.R.T. bone grafting, a minimally invasive procedure to regenerate bone in your jaw to prepare you for implants.

Trust your smile to the hands of our experienced team! We ensure the healing process following your procedure goes smoothly with the help of PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin). Created used a small sample of your own blood, this substance speeds up healing and reduces discomfort following surgery.

If you’re anxious about any surgical procedure, you can choose sedation to achieve a sense of calm during your appointment.

Visit our Oral Surgery Center in Lubbock by calling 806-507-6906 for an appointment or schedule online.

Common Questions About Oral Surgery Center

When would I need oral surgery?

Oral surgery is a broad field, and there are many instances in which it might be needed. A few common procedures include tooth extractions, wisdom teeth removal, bone grafts, dental implant placement, gum grafts, or ridge augmentation. Dr. Everett is skilled in performing all these procedures and more, so your oral health will be in good hands with his care.

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

We recommend not exercising at all for the first 24 hours after oral surgery. Trying to do too much too soon can actually prolong healing. Vigorous exercise can loosen the blood clot on an extraction site and lead to a painful dry socket. For the next few days, a patient should limit activities to low-impact exercises as a precaution.

Is there much pain after oral surgery?

The type of oral surgery you have will ultimately determine how much discomfort you feel, but rest assured our goal is always to provide the most comfortable dental care we can. For most of the oral surgery procedures we perform, over-the-counter pain relievers will take care of any discomfort. If needed, your dentist can prescribe something stronger to help you through the healing process.

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