Find Board Certified / Qualified Oral Surgeons
The following facts apply to all board qualified Oral Surgeons:
- Oral Surgeons diagnose, treat and surgically correct medical and dental conditions including injuries, infections, cysts, tumors, developmental defects and tissue deformities of the oral, jaw and facial anatomy.
- Oral Surgeons receive extensive residency training in dental/oral and facial trauma reconstruction and oral/facial cosmetic tissue treatments and surgical enhancement procedures
- Oral Surgeons must complete a four-year, graduate ( degree ) dental education program
- Oral Surgeons are the only dental specialists with a clinical, full time, four-year in-hospital Oral & Maxillofacial surgical residency program as a requirement for Board Certification.
- Oral Surgeons have the necessary hospital clinical anesthesia training required to perform monitored Intravenous sedation for in-office surgical procedures such as the insertion of
- Oral Surgeons maintain hospital staff privileges for the treatment of medically compromised patients, and patients requiring more extensive surgical procedures and post operative care.
- Oral Surgeons treat patients of all ages.