At Mountain State Oral & Facial Surgery, we have several highly skilled oral surgeons on staff to provide the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery, which includes tooth extractions, dental implants, wisdom teeth removal, and more. Whether you need to correct a small issue in your mouth or need a more intensive oral procedure, we have the surgery to fit your needs.
Reviewing all of the information on our website will help you prepare for your treatment. We have taken the time to specially curate all the details we think you should know before undergoing surgery. You can find all information relevant to our oral surgery services by visiting the procedure-specific pages below. Any questions you have that are not answered by these pages will be answered during your appointment.
There often isn’t enough room in the mouth for wisdom teeth to properly grow and emerge, so it’s recommended that they be removed in the mid to late teen years.Learn more »
If your smile is incomplete or you’re looking for tooth replacement options, dental implants can replace one or more missing teeth with long-lasting, natural-looking artificial teeth.Learn more »
Full-arch restoration provides patients with an entire arch of teeth and is ideal for those who have multiple missing or failing teeth or are looking for an alternative to dentures.Learn more »
If there is not enough bone in your jaw to support a dental implant, a bone graft procedure can be done to promote bone growth and ensure a stable implant.Learn more »
Jaw surgery is needed when the jaws are misaligned or the teeth don’t seem to fit properly within the jaws and can help ensure a patient’s bite is healthy and functions correctly.Learn more »
When a canine cannot properly erupt through the gums, it is considered to be impacted. An expose and bond procedure is done to help this important tooth properly emerge.Learn more »
Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, refers to the healing properties that are present in your own blood. This plasma can be applied directly to the surgical site to expedite healing.Learn more »
Oral surgeons are specially trained to evaluate and treat traumatic injuries and birth defects to the face, neck, and mouth to ensure proper healing and development of facial features.Learn more »
A cleft lip refers to a split in a baby’s mouth or face and is treated with corrective surgery when the child is around 3 months old, which is designed to eliminate the facial gap.Learn more »
Our doctors offer surgical and noninvasive treatment methods for sleep apnea and snoring so that you experience the healthy and restful sleep that you deserve.Learn more »