Oral Surgery in Georgetown, TX

Oral surgery may be required for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common reasons are when a patient needs a tooth to be extracted, when a dental implant is permanently placed in the mouth, or when a patient suffering from advanced gum disease needs gingivectomy to prevent tooth loss.

Tooth Extractions

Extractions may be necessary if a patient has:

  • Severe tooth decay
  • Advanced periodontal disease that has created a pocket too loose for the tooth
  • Cracked or broken teeth too damaged to repair with restorative procedures
  • Bad teeth positioning (i.e. wisdom teeth removal)

Dental Implant Restoration

If a patient needs a dental implant restoration, a surgical implant placement procedure is first.  Then Dr. Mandy or Dr. Mark places the restoration on the implant.


When a patient has severe periodontitis, his or her teeth have a much higher risk of losing stability and falling out. To surgically correct this problem, Dr. Mandy or Dr. Mark will:

  • Remove the diseased portion of the gums (called a gingivectomy)
  • Thoroughly clean all tartar and bacteria from the roots of the affected teeth
  • Suture the healthy gums back together

The result is that the periodontal pockets are reduced to a healthy depth and the teeth and gums can heal and continue to function normally.

Comfortable & Pain-Free Oral Surgery

Regardless of the oral surgery you need, Dr. Mandy and Dr. Mark will ensure that you are comfortable and pain-free during your procedure. Using topical or local anesthetics in combination with sedation dentistry, you will be able to relax and remain stress-free throughout your appointment.

Schedule Your Appointment Today

If you are located in the Georgetown, Texas area and you need Oral Surgery for any reason, contact us today to schedule a complimentary cosmetic dentistry consultation.

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