Oral Surgeon

A surgical specialty in dentistry is required to care for the jaws, teeth, and other structures of patients. It is called Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. After four years of dental school, residents can specialize in this area in various hospitals across the United States. They must also complete an additional four-year training period after they have completed dental school. Oral and maxillofacial doctors often have training in general surgery. They also hold medical degrees. Norfolk CT provides high-quality standard services that are difficult to match for an oral surgeon.
Implant placement, removal of wisdom teeth and preparation of the mouth to receive dentures are some of the services offered by the oral and maxillofacial surgeons at Norfolk CT. These are just a few of the many services offered by the Norfolk CT oral and maxillofacial doctors. They perform all types of reconstructive and cosmetic surgery on the facial and oral regions. This facility is well-known for its impeccable work in treating facial injuries, facial deformities, and fractures. Surgery can be performed both electively and on an urgent basis. They also perform preventive measures such as performing biopsies to identify any malignant growths in the oral and facial areas. They can also perform surgery to remove tumors if the diagnosis is that the mass may be malignancy.
Surgeons need to ensure that the patient is still and alert as they perform facial surgery. Norfolk CT surgeons are equipped to handle such situations. They allow the use of different sedatives for each patient depending on their specific needs. The facility provides intravenous sedation, local anesthesia, and nitrous oxide/oxygen to sedate patients. The Nitrous oxide/oxygen sedate is lighter than the other options and allows for a quicker and safer recovery.