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Oral Surgery in Langhorne, PA

Where Patient Safety, Health, and Satisfaction Comes First

Our team at Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants shares a common goal of providing exceptional oral surgery care and creating incredible patient experiences. From tooth extractions and bone grafting to orthognathic surgery and facial trauma treatment, our board-certified surgeons are here to help. If you live in Langhorne, PA, and need oral surgery, our office in Feasterville, PA, is only 5 minutes away. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. SalinDr. WeinerDr. Semanoff, and Dr. Nack.

Procedures at Our Feasterville Office

Our board-certified oral surgeons offer a variety of oral surgery procedures at our Feasterville office.
Dental Implants

Dental Implants Near Langhorne, PA

When it comes to replacing missing or failing teeth, dental implants are the healthiest and most natural-looking option. Dental implants fuse to the jaw bone, preventing bone loss and preserving the alignment of your other teeth. Other than regular brushing and flossing, dental implants require no special care and can last a lifetime with proper oral hygiene habits. If you are missing all of your teeth, our surgeons can use multiple implants to support a fixed prosthesis, transforming your smile and restoring your confidence. With zygomatic implants, bone grafting treatments, and advanced dental implant systems, our experts make implant-based tooth restoration an option for more patients.
Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom Teeth Removal Near Langhorne, PA

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, develop in the back of the mouth behind the second molars. They sometimes erupt through the gums, but may become impacted, or trapped beneath the gums. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, swelling, infection, and damage to adjacent molars. If a wisdom tooth erupts, it can push other teeth out of alignment and cause overcrowding. You can avoid these oral health issues by having wisdom teeth extracted as soon as possible by an oral surgeon. While many people undergo wisdom teeth removal during their late teens or early twenties, our surgeons extract wisdom teeth for patients of all ages.
Full Arch Restoration

Why Choose an Oral Surgeon

Patients go to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon for treatment when they require anesthesia or sedation for oral surgery, a diagnosis for an oral health condition, or surgery to the head, neck, mouth, or face. A general dentist goes into practice immediately after dental school, while an oral surgeon must complete many additional years of training. During this time, oral surgeons gain hands-on experience performing a variety of oral surgery procedures and administer anesthesia. Because of this training, oral surgeons are the only dental professionals qualified to administer local anesthesia, general anesthesia, laughing gas, and IV anesthesia, ensuring a comfortable experience for patients.

Where Can I Get Oral Surgery in Glenside, PA?

Our office in Abington, PA, is only three miles northeast of Glenside, PA. You can find our office on Old York Road right off of PA-611. If you live in Glenside, PA, or any nearby areas and need oral surgery, contact our Abington office today.

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