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Oral Surgery in Abington, PA

Personalized Care. Outstanding Results.

Our board-certified oral surgeons, Dr. SalinDr. WeinerDr. Semanoff, and Dr. Nack, perform at the highest level of clinical excellence and offer all types of anesthesia options to ensure safe, comfortable surgical experiences. We utilize the latest advancements available in dentistry today and offer many services entirely in-house, such as 3D imaging and anesthesia or sedation. If you live in or around Abington, PA, and require oral surgery, contact us to schedule your consultation with our oral health experts.

Procedures at Our Abington Office

Learn about the many oral surgery procedures our experts offer.
Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Whether you need to restore a single tooth, several teeth, or your entire smile, our surgeons can handcraft a beautiful, healthy new smile using dental implants. Unlike dentures, dental implants fuse to the jaw bone. They allow you to enjoy your favorite foods comfortably and are custom-made to blend in with your existing teeth for natural-looking results. Dental implants prevent bone loss and preserve the alignment of other teeth. Some patients are told they do not qualify for implants due to lack of sufficient jaw bone, but using the latest advancements in implant-based restoration, we help more patients restore their health and confidence with dental implants.
Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth to develop. In some cases they remain impacted, or trapped beneath the gums. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, swelling, and oral infection, which can lead to chronic bad breath or an unpleasant taste while eating. Treatment for impacted wisdom teeth involves having them surgically removed by an oral surgeon. Even if wisdom teeth erupt, they should still be removed to eliminate the risk of future issues caused by these molars. Our oral surgeons extract wisdom teeth in the comfort of our surgical suites and offer anesthesia and sedation for your comfort.
Full Arch Restoration

Why Choose an Oral Surgeon

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons have the most training and expertise when it comes to performing surgery of the mouth and face. While a general dentist can begin practicing after dental school, oral surgeons undergo 4–6 years of additional education and hands-on training. Oral surgeons are the only dental professionals qualified to administer all forms of anesthesia, including general anesthesia, and are often on call at local hospitals where they provide emergency care in facial trauma cases. For any condition that requires surgery to the head, neck, mouth, face, or jaws, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon is the expert to see.

Surrounding Cities in Abington, PA

We proudly serve patients in Montgomery County and surrounding areas, including Elkins Park, PA; Glenside, PA; Philadelphia, PA; Andalusia, PA; Willow Grove, PA; Horsham, PA; Dresher, PA; Upper Dublin, PA; Lower Gwynedd, PA; Flourtown, PA; and Fort Washington, PA. Schedule a consultation with our oral health experts today at our Abington office.

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