If you’re looking for qualifications and experience, look no further. Like all oral and maxillofacial surgeons, we finished four years of advanced specialized training in a hospital-based surgical residency program after dental school.
While many in our field stop there, we didn’t. We went on to become board-certified with the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
In addition, we earned medical degrees. Being medical doctors, we’re able to address emergency and medically compromised situations. We’re on staff at two local hospitals—Medical City Lewisville and Texas Health Surgery Center Denton—and can use their facilities for surgery if needed.
Our credentials and experience make us the surgical practice of choice in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Low-cost treatment is due to the inexperience or minimal training of the dentist, cheap materials, and/or lack of dental technology, all of which can lead to disastrous results.
It’s wise to choose a team of specialists who have decades of experience with oral surgery, utilize advanced surgical technologies, and have the comprehensive knowledge to choose the right materials for your unique case.
Our oral surgeons Dr. Aaron Vickers and Tamir Anver have over 3000+ implants placed combined and are specially focused on comprehensive dental treatment and oral health.
With such advanced technologies as X-Nav Robotic surgical guides and state of the art in-house milling machines, we are able to provide predictable, high-quality treatments with amazing long-term outcomes!
Here at Texas Center For Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, we understand that it can be hard to find effective and affordable oral surgery. Because of that, we partner with multiple insurance & financing companies to help ensure that you have multiple ways to afford the oral surgery you need!
When wisdom teeth erupt, they can cause a variety of problems. They press against adjoining teeth. They’re difficult to clean and highly susceptible to decay. They can cause severe pain.
We usually extract impacted (partially erupted or unerupted) wisdom teeth here in our office in Dallas, TX. This is a surgical procedure that’s best left to specialists with our training and capabilities.
If you or a loved one still has wisdom teeth — Trust the experts in the Dallas, Fort Worth Metroplex!
There’s no need to fear your next visit. Whether receiving a tooth extraction or complex facial trauma treatment, our oral surgeons are licensed to provide calming IV sedation services.
This treatment allows our team to customize and adjust your level of sedation during treatment. You’ll stay relaxed and have a pain-free experience. Although you will be able to respond to instructions from your doctor, you may feel so relaxed you fall asleep during treatment.
Surgery doesn’t need to be scary—see how we can make it a relaxing experience!
While you have more than one replacement option for missing teeth, dental implants in Dallas, TX rise above all the rest with their advantages.
No other solution looks as natural, feels as comfortable, or lasts as long. With dental implants you can regain your quality of life and feel confident in everything you do.
As oral surgeons, we’re your dental implant specialists — Avoid the complications associated with tooth loss today!
No healthy teeth left? We can help you smile fully again with All-on-4 dental implants in Dallas, TX!
With our fully digital lab and workflow, combined with our revolutionary implant protocol that only requires 4 implants per arch, we provide a faster procedure and recovery than is possible elsewhere.
If you’re suffering from missing teeth — Avoid Dentures and see the experts in full mouth restorations today!
An oral surgeon is a special type of dental professional who has gone to school for extra years. Oral surgeons are experts in all types of oral surgery. This makes them the perfect choice if you need placement of dental implants or have had a facial trauma that requires surgical attention.
The simplest difference between a dental professional with a DDS and an oral surgeon is the extra training the oral surgeon undergoes. For instance, both Dr. Vickers and Dr. Anver spent an additional two years in school to receive their MD degrees. Consequently, they have the expertise and experience to handle a lot of treatments that might be beyond a dentist’s, periodontist’s, or orthodontist’s capability.
When it comes to choosing the right healthcare provider, credentials and experience always matter. Having an oral surgeon place your dental implants gives you tremendous peace of mind and lowers the chance of dental implant failure.
Wisdom tooth extractions are different procedures than normal tooth extractions. Therefore, you’ll want to put your care into the hands of someone who has the equipment and knowledge to address even the toughest issues.
The implant part of a dental implant (the part that is placed into the jawbone) should last a lifetime. The restoration (the tooth crown, bridge, or over-denture) will need to be replaced about every 10-15 years.
The process to receive dental implants is quite comfortable when you partner with our oral surgeons. We rely on the latest advancements to ensure that you feel no pain during surgery and enjoy a quick healing process.
The cost to receive dental implants will vary depending upon a number of factors. These include whether you need other ancillary treatments such as extractions or bone grafting. Plus, your dental or healthcare insurance may pay for part of your procedure. When you come for your consultation, we can talk to you about many different financial arrangements so you can afford dental implants.
Depending on the patient and their health situation, medical and dental insurance may or may not contribute to paying the cost of dental implants. Our staff is specialty trained in medical & dental insurance claims, ensuring that every patient can get the maximum amount of insurance benefits possible to them.
Most adults with one missing tooth or many missing teeth can receive dental implants. However, you may not be an immediate candidate for the procedure. Bone loss, untreated gum disease, and other issues may make it necessary for you to receive other treatments prior to receiving dental implants. At your initial examination, we will let you know whether you are a candidate right away.
Even people with severe bone loss can receive dental implants. They will just require extra care in the form of a bone grafting or sinus lift procedure. For patients that have too little bone to support bone grafting, we do have Zygomatic Dental Implant solutions as well!
It can take several months for your mouth to fully heal from a dental implant placement surgery. However, you will be able to use your restoration very soon after the day you receive your implants. This allows you to eat and speak naturally, as well as feel good about the way you look in person and in pictures.
While taking care of your dental implants are a must, there is no additional work you need to take to upkeep them. Dental implants can be taken care of just like normal teeth, through frequent brushing and periodic checkups with your dentist & hygienist.
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