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  • Stay relaxed with comforts like pillows & eye masks
  • Relieve pain & maintain your oral health
  • Schedule appointments as early as 7:30 a.m.

Say Goodbye to Dental Pain With Oral Surgery in Laurens

When it comes to your oral health, you want the best in dental care. So, if you need oral surgery in Laurens, look no further than our dental practice. We use the latest dental technologies and modern treatment techniques to restore the health and function of your smile. With our help, you will:

  • Stop the chronic pain hurting your smile
  • Restore your natural bite and chewing power
  • Strengthen your oral health and overall well-being
  • Improve your quality of life by stopping dental discomfort
  • Feel confident about the condition of your mouth

Call 864-477-4364 for an appointment. No insurance? Join our Membership Club if you don’t have insurance! You simply pay a low monthly fee and save money on your dental care. Unlike insurance, there is no need for paperwork. If you’re in pain, we’ll do our best to see you on the same day you call.

Protect Your Smile With a Surgical Procedure

There are a variety of reasons you may need a tooth removal. However, it’s always our last resort. We’d rather save your tooth instead! For example, we may recommend a root canal if an infection has reached the pulp of your tooth. Or we’ll repair a seriously damaged tooth with a same-day dental crown.

When you come in experiencing dental pain, we will take digital X-rays, digital scans, and photos with our intraoral camera. This helps us know what’s causing the problem in your smile. If no other treatment but extraction suits your dental needs, we’ll proceed with the procedure.

It is often recommended for:

  • Stopping an Infection  – If an infection puts healthy teeth at risk and a root canal is no longer viable, we’ll remove the tooth to protect your oral health.
  • Reducing Overcrowding – For patients getting clear aligner treatment, we may need to remove teeth to address crowding and make it easier to move your teeth into place.
  • Preparing You for New Teeth – If you are getting dentures or implant dentures, we’ll remove any remaining unhealthy teeth before moving forward.

In addition to tooth extractions, you can get a bone graft. This simple procedure strengthens your jaw to make you a better candidate for dental implants. There’s no need to worry about any treatment at our office. We offer sedation to help you remain calm. You can also block out the sights and sounds of our equipment with eye masks and headphones. You can also take advantage of weighted blankets, pillows, and aromatherapy.

Call 864-477-4364 for oral surgery in Laurens and the Upstate. You can also ​​schedule online.

Common Questions About Oral Surgery

When is oral surgery covered by insurance?

Your insurance plan may cover part of your oral surgery. Our team will gladly work with your insurance company to maximize your benefits and reduce your contribution to your care. You may also want to check with your carrier to see what they will and won’t cover. We don’t want you to have any surprises when the bill comes.

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

We recommend not exercising at all for the first 24 hours after oral surgery. Trying to do too much too soon can actually prolong healing. Vigorous exercise can loosen the blood clot on an extraction site and lead to a painful dry socket, for example. For the next few days, a patient should limit activities to low-impact exercises as a precaution.

What can I eat after oral surgery?

If you’ve had a tooth extraction, sticking to soft foods for a few days is best. Good choices include eggs, pudding, yogurt, and similar foods. Avoid temperature extremes, acidic foods, spicy foods, and sugary and/or acidic beverages. Stick with water, milk, and unsweetened tea. You should also avoid drinking through a straw since it can damage your extraction site.

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