Welcome to Orlando Family Dental’s oral surgery page, where we specialize in providing safe and effective oral surgery procedures to our patients. Our experienced team of oral surgeons is dedicated to using the latest technology and techniques to ensure that you receive the best possible care.

We offer a range of oral surgery services, including tooth extractions, wisdom teeth removal, dental implant placement, and more. Our team will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your individual needs and helps you achieve your dental health goals.

At Orlando Family Dental, we understand that the thought of oral surgery can be intimidating. That’s why our friendly team will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you feel comfortable and informed. We’ll take the time to explain the procedure and answer any questions you may have, so you can feel confident in your decision to undergo oral surgery.

We use only the latest technology and techniques to ensure that your oral surgery procedure is as safe and efficient as possible. Our team will also provide you with detailed aftercare instructions to help you recover quickly and effectively.

If you’re experiencing dental pain or discomfort or are in need of oral surgery services, contact us today to schedule a consultation. Our friendly and experienced team is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal dental health and a pain-free smile.

Waterlase Dentistry uses large energy and a gentle spray of water to perform a wide range of dental procedures without the heat, vibration and pressure associated with the dental drill.

With many procedures, it`s possible to use less anesthetic, and often no anesthetic at all.

Extractions are necessary for many different reasons. The most common reasons are: abscess, infection, fracture, decay, periodontal disease and Impaction.
When a tooth is extracted it may be done in one of several different ways. We place local anesthetic (numb the area) or you may be a little more concerned about the surgery and decide to have conscious sedation; most often done with Vallium. The extractions may take anywhere from fifteen minutes to an hour. During the procedure you will feel a little pushing and pulling and may even hear some drilling.

We will discuss the need for, or reason behind the recommendation for an extraction.

Biopsies are generally performed because you or your dentist has seen something abnormal inside your mouth. Such an abnormality is often referred to as a “cyst” or a “tumor”. We will evaluate the area, and, let you know if this is a problem that will resolve itself or if a biopsy is needed. If a biopsy is needed, we will section a piece of the abnormal area. This piece will be sent to a pathology lab for an evaluation. In seven to ten days, the results will be sent to our office. At the post-operative visit (usually 10 days after surgery) the doctor will review the results with you and discuss further treatment if needed.