Safe, effective outpatient anesthesia is the hallmark of oral and maxillofacial surgery. Dr. Meyers is trained in all aspects of anesthesia administration.
It can be painful when the Wisdom Teeth try to fit in a mouth that does not have enough room for them.
If your treatment requires bone surgery, then piezoelectric surgery may be a good choice for you.
Maxillofacial trauma can usually be treated in our office.
For many reasons, dental implants are the solution of choice for people of all ages.
Restoring function and esthetic appearance is the goal of oral reconstructive surgery.
Uncommon complications such as osteonecrosis of the jaws have been linked to oral bisphosphonates.
Causes of TMJ disorders can be degenerative (osteoarthritis), traumatic (cartilage displacement or injury), inflammatory (rheumatoid arthritis), or stress related.
Dr. Meyers may suggest a liquid or soft diet for a short time to make you more comfortable following oral surgery.
Pregnancy is not necessarily a reason to postpone oral surgery.
Infections in the maxillofacial region can develop into life-threatening emergencies if not treated promptly and effectively.
Dr. Meyers offers many treatment options for snoring.
Dr. Meyers has used lasers in his practice since 1995.
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