Oral Surgery

Your oral health is our primary concern
"... Our goal is to build a strong lifetime relationship with you, our patients ..."
Midtown Dentistry's Truth in Pricing Scale:
Key cosmetic dental solutions:

Many Financing options:

Our 5 locations:

Contact us:

What is Oral Surgery?

What are the Different Types of Oral Surgeries?

What Types of Oral Surgeries does Midtown Dentistry Do?

Are Dental Implants Considered Oral Surgery?

What is a Maxillofacial Surgery Specialists?

What do Oral Surgery Procedures Cost?

Can a Dentist do Oral Surgeries?

What type of Training does an Oral Surgeon have?

Are Midtown Dentistry Dentist Oral Surgeons?

Does Medical Insurance or Dental Insurance Cover Oral Surgery?


A typical picture that comes to mind upon hearing oral surgery is a dental surgeon and his/her dental staff operating on a patient and recovery time that takes days or weeks. Oral surgery is not necessarily a significant operation. Tooth extraction is one of the most common forms of oral surgery to give you an idea.

The dentist performs a tooth extraction when the patient has impacted wisdom tooth, teeth that have been destroyed by tooth decay suffered from trauma or fracture, removal of a primary tooth, and removal of teeth as preparation for orthodontic procedures.

Another form of oral surgery is corrective jaw surgery, also called orthognathic surgery.


A maxillofacial surgeon or oral surgeon will perform a complete evaluation to decide which corrective measures are needed.

Dental implants are also considered oral surgery. It is a specialized procedure because it takes expertise to complete this successfully. This procedure usually takes up to nine months to complete because of the healing time, fitting, and adjustments involved to establish and keep the implant in place.


Oral surgery is needed to remove a lump or tumor. Oral cancer affects more than 30,000 Americans, and some of these cases result in deaths because this type of cancer is not always easily detected. Regular visits to Houston dentists can lead to early detection. Any suspicious changes in the mouth and the face, neck, and jaw area noticed by your dentist can be checked and screened for further diagnosis. An oral surgeon performs a biopsy on tissue samples from a suspected diseased area for further testing.

Aside from oral surgery, radiation therapy may be needed to stop the cancer cells from spreading.

1,000s Of website visitors

The Most Popular Searches

What Makes a Great Dentist?

More than just 5-star reviews and 11,540 satisfied patients

Irvin Avatar

Went in for a scheduled cleaning service was great SAIRA... read more

Irvin 12/12/2019
Christina Avatar

The best dentist office I’ve ever visited. The best cleanings,... read more

Christina 12/06/2019
Fletcher Avatar

I've been coming here for the past 7 years. Would... read more

Fletcher 12/04/2019
Brittany Avatar

Dr Patel, Ronnica, Stacey, Jennifer and the entire team we’re... read more

Brittany 11/29/2019

Midtown Dentistry

4.80 Stars out of 5

545 Customer Reviews

24/7 Appointment NOW
Select an office
make your appointment
or call direct