Oral Surgery

At Omega Dental Specialists Houston, our oral surgeons practice a full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery. Our expertise ranges from wisdom tooth extraction to orthognathic surgeries. We also diagnose and treat oral pain, injuries to the mouth and TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders. In the dental implant department, we perform a broad range of bone grafting and dental implant procedures.

Located at 106 West Gray Street, the Dental Implant Houston has located in Midtown Houston just a short drive away from many key locations in the city. Our team has the goal of providing highly specialized care in a comfortable and caring environment. Our team has the training necessary to provide you with I.V. sedation, and oral sedation, as needed, in our state of the art dental office.

oral surgeon

Oral Surgery Services

DENTAL IMPLANT

Dental implants are changing the way people live. It allows you to eat, smile, speak and enjoy life….

DENTAL EXTRACTION

Dental extraction is the removal of one or more of your permanent teeth; your dentist or oral surgeon…

GUM SURGERY

Gum surgery involves a medical procedure that removes the bacteria and plaque deposited in pockets…

BONE GRAFTING

Bone grafting enables us to repair implant sites that have inadequate bone structure—even if …

SURGERY INSTRUCTIONS

Learn what to expect after extraction of wisdom teeth. Know what symptoms are cause for …

ALL-ON-FOUR

Learn more about the revolutionary All-on-4 Dental Treatment, where you can get a brand new….

Meet Our Oral Team

Our Specialty Dentists are specially trained to provide you with the best oral care and answer any of your questions and concerns you may have towards the care of your oral health.

Learn More

Our Facility

Centrally located between Midtown and Downtown Houston, Omega Dental Specialists Houston is your convenient and safe choice for all of your adult and pediatric dental needs.

Learn More

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Online appointment are now available.
Please click below to schedule your next visit now.

Book Now

WHO IS AN Oral Surgeon?

Dental implants involve one or two surgical procedures. The first step is placing the implant. For around three to six months, the implants will bond with the bone. After the implants are integrated to the bone, a crown will be attached to the implant. There are some occasions where we can place single-stage implants.

Dental implant placement requires teamwork between our oral surgeons and restorative dentists. The surgeon performs the extractions, implant surgery, and bone grafting procedures. Your restorative dentist will fit and make the temporary and permanent prosthesis.

Oral Surgeon Houston
dental implant Houston

Oral Surgeon can provide all levels of anesthesiology and sedation—including general sedation. No matter what type of procedure you need, we will always go the extra mile to make sure you are comfortable. This means choosing the right anesthesia option and sedation for the procedure. At Omega Dental Specialists our Oral Surgeons are certified to provide Oral and IV sedation, if it is necessary.

It’s important to remember that sedation is a very personal decision, but our surgeons will be happy to talk about all of the options and help you determine which one is the right choice for you—so you can be comfortable during the procedure and afterward as well.

WHAT TREATMENTS CAN AN Oral SurgeonPROVIDE?

One interesting bit of knowledge is that an oral surgeon can provide all levels of anesthesiology and sedation—including general sedation. This is quite different than general dentists or even specialists like orthodontists. These highly specialized doctors are often on-call at a dental practice in the case of an emergency dental situation where anesthesia is required.

Outside of sedation, the treatments an oral surgeon provides includes both straightforward and complex oral surgeries. One of the most common procedures are tooth extractions. These often occur when a patient has his or her wisdom teeth removed, but they can also be completed when a patient has a damaged or decayed tooth.

Latest News

Your appointment is just a click away

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT