3691 Parker Boulevard Suite 200 Pueblo, CO 81008

Information About Oral/Maxillofacial Services

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Dental implants are a highly regarded method for dental restoration that involves the surgical placement of a titanium post into the jawbone.

Our skilled team of oral surgeons regularly performs an array of bone grafting procedures for patients who need stronger support systems in their jaw.

Most adults will have or have had their wisdom teeth removed at some point. Wisdom teeth can become infected, impacted, or cause other oral problems.

At Oral Surgery Specialists of Pueblo, we offer IV sedation, general anesthesia, and local anesthesia to manage your comfort throughout treatment.

Teeth that are diseased, broken, impacted, or otherwise problematic may need to be removed from the jaw through simple or surgical tooth extractions.

Corrective jaw surgery may be recommended for patients who have a severe structural issue caused by a poor bite, oral trauma, or another concern.

Patients who have oral cancer or other serious abnormalities may benefit from oral pathology treatment, which varies depending on your unique issues.

Accidents and injuries happen. To help correct the damage they leave behind, our skilled team uses advanced techniques to restore your overall health.

Temporomandibular joint disorder is a common dysfunction that negatively impacts the performance of your jaw, which can hinder everyday actions.

As oral and maxillofacial surgeons, our team regularly treats patients who experience pain or discomfort in their head, neck, or facial areas.

Ridge preservation is a type of jawbone maintenance procedure that can benefit patients who are hoping to receive dental implants in the future.

A sinus lift may be necessary if you have a missing or extracted tooth on the back portion of your upper arch (where the molars and premolars reside).

To help fast-track your post-op healing in a safe and effective way, our office has studied the benefits that advanced PRP treatments can provide.

When used during a bone grafting procedure, bone morphogenic protein (BMP) can stimulate the growth of osteoblasts and lead to increased bone mass.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.