Contact Wichita OMS

East Wichita

1919 N. Webb Rd.
Wichita, KS 67206

P: (316) 634-1414
F: (316) 634-2907

West Wichita

8710 W. 13th, Suite 104
Wichita, KS 67212

P: (316) 721-4850
F: (316) 729-4889

 

Oral and Maxillofacial Videos

Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons specialize in wisdom tooth removal, dental implants, tooth implants, dental bone grafting, cosmetic procedures, corrective jaw surgery, sleep apnea treatment, TMJ pain treatment, and cleft lip and palate repair. Learn more about the services of our oral pathologists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons with our video library. As always, discuss dental issues with your primary dentist who can refer you to our oral surgeons.
 

Dental Implant Surgery

Dental Implants are a good way to replace teeth with a more natural look than dentures. Dental implants are not removed like other dental prosthetics and patients can eat nearly anything they would eat with natural teeth. To be a candidate for dental implants, a patient's jaw bone should be strong. However, with additional procedures, including bone grafting or soft tissue grafting, patients may still be eligible for dental implants. Dental implants can replace one, or all, teeth. Talk to your dentist about your tooth loss and if dental implants would be right for you.

 

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth removal is one of the most commonly performed surgeries at Oral and Maxillofacial Surgical Associates. Wisdom teeth need to be removed when they grow in at an angle, only partially emerge from the gum, or are impacted. Impacted teeth can cause bacteria to become trapped between the bone and the gum, and create more problems. When wisdom teeth push against other teeth, it can be painful and can cause misalignment of the surrounding teeth. Wisdom teeth often come in during the teenage and early twenties. Consult with your dentist if your wisdom teeth are starting to emerge.

 

Corrective Jaw Surgery

Corrective jaw surgery is different than orthodontia because it involves repositioning jaw bones rather than simply aligning teeth. Corrective jaw surgery is also known as orthognathic surgery and is often needed when someone has an improper bite or their jaws are not positioned correctly. These issues can cause problems with speech, chewing, oral health, and appearance. Watch this video and consult with your dentist to see if corrective jaw surgery would be helpful for you. If so, one of our oral surgeons would love to help.