Preserve Your Smile With Oral Surgery in Independence

No one sets out having a goal to get dental surgery performed on their smile. However, many people need this type of treatment at some point in their lives. If you find yourself needing Independence oral surgery, you’ve found an expert dental team at Independence Family Dentistry. Our dentists and staff have been keeping the area smiling for well over a decade. Your smile is in good hands with our skills and expertise. Here are a few reasons to have your procedure performed at our practice:

  • We can handle several types of surgery, from tooth extractions to dental implant placement.
  • You’ll have a choice of several types of sedation to help you fully relax and receive your care comfortably.
  • With IV sedation, you can remain in a dreamlike state throughout your treatment.
  • We use some of the latest dental technology, including digital X-rays, a 3-D cone beam scanner, and platelet-rich fibrin for fast healing.
  • You’ll have access to TVs, movies, and headphones for a pleasant diversion while we work.
  • Our team will provide you compassionate and efficient treatment at every step, taking time to answer your questions.
  • You can save money on your treatment when you join our in-house Membership Club.

Call Independence Family Dentistry today at 859-374-7114 to schedule your consultation. You’ll find our office of Madison Pike, not far from the Kenton County Courthouse. Trust our team for your dental surgery!

Stay Deeply Relaxed With IV Sedation During Your Oral Surgical Procedure

Our dentists and staff make it easy to get all your dental care completed in one convenient location. That includes any dental surgery you might need. We’re skilled at offering a wide variety of surgical treatments so you don’t have to spend time, money, and energy going to see a specialist. Plus, we use platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) which is made from your own blood and is scientifically proven to speed your recovery time. We are also one of the few practices in the area to offer IV sedation, an option that will keep you deeply relaxed throughout your dental surgery.

Our surgical treatments include:

  • Tooth Extractions – If we can’t save your tooth with a filling, crown, or root canal, we’ll gently remove it to stop your pain.
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal – We can handle most wisdom teeth procedures in-house, preventing pain and other problems.
  • Dental Implant Placement – Don’t travel to a specialist for your implant placement, as we can take care of it here.
  • Bone Grafts – We’ll add bone material to your jawbone to make it strong enough to support implants and new replacement teeth.
  • Sinus Lifts – This type of bone graft raises the sinus floor to make room for implants in your upper jaw.
  • Ridge Augmentations – We’ll build up your jaw ridge to prepare it for implants or make it more aesthetically pleasing.
  • Cosmetic Gum Surgery – We can perform either gum recession treatment or crown lengthening to make your gums more appealing.

Call Independence Family Dentistry for oral surgery in Independence today at 859-374-7114. If your smile needs a surgical procedure to improve its health or its beauty, there’s a good chance we can take care of it here! You can also request an appointment online.


Common Questions About Oral Surgery

When would I need oral surgery?

There are several circumstances that might require oral surgery. If you or your loved one has a badly damaged or diseased tooth, it may need removal. Likewise, wisdom teeth often cause problems as they emerge and need to be extracted. Other procedures like bone grafts, sinus lifts, and ridge augmentations prepare for treatments such as dental implants.

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 and LendingClub. If you don’t have insurance, you can join our Smile Club for savings on care.

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

For the first 24 hours after oral surgery, you shouldn’t attempt any sort of exercise. Doing too much too soon can cause problems. For example, strenuous exercise could loosen the blood clot on a tooth extraction site and cause a painful dry socket. After the first day, limit your exercise to low-impact activities for a few more days to be on the safe side.

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