Oral Surgery in Columbus, GA

Simple solutions for more complex cases.

Our Minimally-Invasive Surgical Options

There is no need for nerves – you are in great hands.
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From time to time, some dental procedures (i.e., extractions, root canals, implants) may require Dr. Collier to perform minimally-invasive oral surgery.

You can rest assured your caring Columbus dentist…Learn more about our dentist… will work hard to provide a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for you during the entire procedure. Plus, we have access to sedation dentistry for our more nervous patients.

We are your dental experts, and we are eager to show you what judgment-free and compassionate dentistry is really all about.

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Oral Surgery Services

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Dental Implants

To properly place an implant in your jawbone, oral surgery is required. Depending on your case, additional restorative gum surgery may also be needed.

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If you have an impacted, fractured, overly decayed, or damaged tooth, you may require a surgical tooth extraction.

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Root Canals

While some root canals may not require oral surgery, others will need a more intricate approach to successfully save your tooth.


Oral Surgery FAQs

We give you the answers you want.
  • Why do I need to have my wisdom teeth removed?

    When your wisdom teeth erupt, they typically don’t have enough room to come through. If this occurs, they can come in sideways or only partially appear (become impacted), causing pain and swelling in your gums. If left untreated, an infection can occur, so it is better to remove your wisdom teeth before any previously mentioned problems arise.

  • What kinds of foods can I eat after having oral surgery?

    On the day of the surgery, cold and soft food is recommended. For example, applesauce, cottage cheese, or yogurt. Following the day of your procedure, it’s best to avoid crunchy foods that break into little pieces because they could get trapped in the extraction sites.

    If you had dental implants placed, please avoid chewing hard foods with them for the next six weeks, or the healing of the implant will be compromised.

  • How much can oral surgery cost?

    Because oral surgery involves different procedures, the cost of your treatment will depend on the performed procedure. If you don’t have dental insurance, don’t worry – we have discount plans for your entire family. Click here to learn more.

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