Save Your Teeth, Save Your Smile
Doctors Jackson Bean, DDS and William Knoderer, DDS of Complete Dental Care have the training to perform many common oral surgery procedures in the office. We’ll work to minimize your anxiety about the procedure, and help you maximize the benefits of oral surgery while minimizing recovery time. If you’re looking for a Greenville dentist who can give you the care you need, call us at (903) 771-2888.
Whenever possible, we will try to save your natural teeth. However, in cases of severe trauma or infection, we may need to extract a damaged or diseased tooth. We can perform this procedure with local anesthetic and give you instructions to help you minimize the pain after the extraction. However, the best extraction is the one that never has to happen. If you suspect an infection or tooth damage, call us today. We may be able to save your tooth.
Wisdom Tooth Extractions
There are many reasons it may be in your best interest to have your wisdom teeth extracted. Don’t worry, you will still be just as wise as you were before. If your wisdom teeth are causing excessive crowding or bite problems, or if they are impacted, we may recommend having them extracted. Don’t worry, wisdom tooth extractions are a routine procedure for our doctors. We will make sure to explain all the details prior to your procedure so you feel comfortable with the whole process and recovery period.
Are you looking for a more functional, easier to care for, and more attractive alternative to bridges and dentures? Dental implants could be the solution to your oral health problems. Implants have three parts: A titanium ‘root’ that bonds with your jaw to give the implant strength and durability, a connecting piece, and a ceramic crown, bridge, or full arch engineered to match your other teeth and to preserve your smile. Are you a good candidate for implants? We can help you decide if this procedure is right for you. We may even be able to place implants and new teeth in the same day with the All-on-4® teeth in a day system.