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Improve Your Dental Health With Oral Surgery in Valley, NE

No one likes to hear they need dental surgery. However, sometimes it’s the best decision you can make for your smile. When you require oral surgery in Valley, NE, you can trust the team at Twin Rivers Dental. We’ll make sure you are comfortable throughout the entire appointment. Plus, we’ll involve you in the whole treatment planning process. That way, you can make an informed decision. With surgical treatment, you will:

  • Be prepared for dental implant placement
  • Avoid putting healthy teeth in harm’s way
  • Keep your teeth and gums in good shape
  • Feel better about your oral health
  • Experience relief from your dental pain

Call 531-221-1177 to schedule an appointment.

Surgical Procedures Give You Back Your Healthy Smile

There’s no need to drive around town to visit an outside oral surgeon. As a patient of Twin Rivers Dental, you can get many of your surgical procedures done right here. You benefit from our advanced technology and modern treatment techniques. For example, Dr. Rasmussen uses PRF, or platelet-rich fibrin, to encourage the healing process after your surgery. You can also feel at ease with the help of sedation, including IV sedation. It helps you get through your procedure without the stress.

We offer:

  • Tooth Removal – While we’d rather save your tooth, a tooth extraction can protect other healthy teeth from an infection or other problem. However, first, we’ll try to keep the tooth intact with a root canal treatment or other restoration options.
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal – We can remove these third molars before they put your oral health at risk. We may need to refer you to a specialist for impacted wisdom teeth.
  • Bone Grafting – This procedure can strengthen your jaw if it’s too weak to support implants. It will replenish your jawbone by adding bone material.
  • Sinus Lift – We’ll raise the sinus ridge and add bone material to your upper jaw. It makes room for implants while improving your jaw health.
  • Ridge Augmentation – We can reshape your gumline and jaw to prepare for implants or to improve your facial appearance. It’s often necessary if you have had missing teeth for a while.
  • Gum Grafting – We can reverse gum loss by replenishing your gumline with a grafting procedure.
  • Cosmetic Gum Surgery – For less significant gum loss, we’ll recommend a less involved technique to restore your gumline. We can also remove excess gum tissue if needed.

Replace Your Teeth With Our Wide Range of Solutions

If we have extracted a tooth, we’ll explore your replacement options once your mouth has healed. We offer:

  • Implant-Supported Crown to replace a single tooth
  • Traditional or Implant-Supported Bridge to replace one or several teeth in a row
  • Traditional or Implant Dentures to replace an entire arch of teeth

Call 531-221-1177 if you need oral surgery in Valley, NE. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Oral Surgery

When would I need oral surgery?

There are many reasons you may need an oral surgery procedure. One of the most common is to remove teeth, whether you need to make room for dentures or another restoration or to avoid future dental problems. You may also need gum surgery to repair damaged gums. If you are getting implants, you may need a procedure such as a bone graft or sinus lift to ensure your jaw is strong enough to support them.

When is oral surgery covered by insurance?

Your dental insurance or medical insurance may cover a portion of your oral surgery. We recommend you check with your individual carriers to find out what they will and won’t pay for before you have any work done. That way there aren’t any big surprises in store for you. As a convenience, we offer third-party financing through CareCredit.

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

After your oral surgery, you should not exercise at all for the first 24 hours. Doing too much too soon can increase your healing time. For example, strenuous exercise can loosen the blood clot on an extraction site and cause a painful condition known as dry socket. After the first day, limit your exercise to low-impact activities for several more days to prevent complications.

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