Discover Expert Oral Surgery at Richland Smiles in Richland

Your Path to Advanced, Compassionate Care Begins Here

Welcome to Richland Smiles, where advanced oral surgery meets compassionate care in the heart of Richland. Our dedicated team of oral surgery specialists is committed to providing you with the highest standard of care in a comfortable and welcoming environment. Whether you need wisdom tooth removal, dental implants, or more complex surgery, you’re in expert hands.

Richland Smiles: Where Oral Surgery Meets Exceptional Outcomes

Experienced Team

Our board-certified oral surgery team brings years of experience and a commitment to excellence in every procedure.

Patient Comfort, Sedation, and Safety

Your comfort and safety are our top priorities. We offer various sedation options to make your experience as stress-free as possible.

State-of-the-Art Technology

Utilizing the latest in surgical technology ensures precise treatments and optimal outcomes for our patients.

Personalized Care Plans

We understand that every patient’s needs are unique. That’s why we tailor each treatment plan to ensure the best results for your specific situation.

Comprehensive Services

From initial consultation to post-operative care, we provide a wide range of oral surgery services all under one roof.

Our Oral Surgery Services

  • Wisdom Teeth Removal: Prevent future oral health complications with expert removal of impacted or problematic wisdom teeth.
  • Tooth Extractions: Alleviate pain and prevent future dental issues through precise extractions designed for your comfort and recovery.
  • Dental Implants: Experience the highest standard in tooth replacement with durable, natural-looking dental implants designed for you.
  • Corrective Jaw Surgery: Correct jaw misalignment issues to improve both the function and aesthetic appearance of your jaw.
  • Bone Grafting: Prepare your jaw for dental implants with advanced bone grafting techniques, ensuring a stable foundation for a lasting smile.
  • Oral Pathology: Benefit from early diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases to maintain the overall health of your mouth and its surrounding structures.

Book Your Consultation Today

Ready to take the next step towards optimal oral health? Contact Richland Smiles in Richland to schedule your oral surgery consultation. Our friendly team is ready to answer any questions you may have and guide you through the process with ease.

Your journey to a healthier, more confident smile begins here at Richland Smiles. Let us provide you with the exceptional care you deserve.

FAQs

Oral surgery may be recommended for various reasons, including impacted wisdom teeth, dental implant placement, jaw-related problems, or oral pathology concerns. The best way to determine if oral surgery is right for you is through a consultation with our team, who can assess your specific needs and recommend the most appropriate treatment.

Sedation can be administered in various forms including oral sedatives, nitrous oxide gas (laughing gas), and intravenous (IV) sedation. Choosing the right sedation ensures your comfort and relaxation during oral surgery, making your experience as stress-free as possible. Sedation is a key aspect of modern dentistry that enhances patient safety, comfort, and satisfaction.

The process can vary depending on individual circumstances, including the need for preliminary procedures like bone grafting. Generally, the implant surgery involves several stages spread out over a few months to allow for healing and bone integration. The final placement of the crown can occur once the implant is securely fused to the jawbone.

A tooth extraction may be necessary for several reasons, including severe decay, advanced periodontal disease, tooth infection, or to make space for orthodontic treatment. Our team will thoroughly evaluate your situation to determine if an extraction is the best course of action for your oral health.

There are two main types of tooth extractions: simple and surgical. A simple extraction involves removing a tooth that is visible above the gum line using specialized tools. A surgical extraction is required when a tooth has not fully erupted through the gum or has broken off at the gum line.

Before your tooth extraction, we will provide you with detailed instructions to prepare. These may include avoiding eating or drinking for a certain period if you’ll be receiving sedation and arranging for someone to drive you home after the procedure.