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Oral Surgery in Boise, ID Can Be Good for Your Dental Health

Your mouth should not hurt. Impacted teeth can create a number of oral health problems. Bone loss can make it difficult to replace missing teeth. All of these are reasons you may want to consider oral surgery at our dental office in Boise, ID.

The right dental surgery procedure can:

  • Set the stage for better oral health
  • End your pain
  • Prevent problems before they occur

If you need help with any of the issues mentioned above, Dr. Hastings has the training and technology to help right here at Times Square Dental. Call 208-314-1901 to learn more.

Stop Living with Treatable Troubles

It’s understandable that you may not look forward to oral surgery, but it’s sometimes the best and most effective option to restore your healthy mouth. To make this easier for you, our dental professionals have the necessary training to offer IV sedation at our office. You can rest assured that your procedure can be performed painlessly.

You also should trust that any surgery on your mouth will be done as carefully as possible. We use state-of-the-art technology, like our cone beam imaging system. With this, we can capture hundreds of images and create a three-dimensional model of your teeth and jaw. That helps us diagnose problems and plan your treatment.

We also use digital X-rays, which we can see almost instantaneously and which use a fraction of the radiation of film X-ray machines. We can use this to identify wisdom teeth that could cause problems before they actually do. Removing these troublesome teeth when you are young can spare you from a lot of pain as you get older.

Do What’s Right for Your Oral Health

Here are some of the surgical procedures that could help you:

Bone Grafts & Ridge Augmentations – If you are missing bone or have lost bone tissue, we can build up your jaw by adding tissue where it’s needed.

Teeth Extractions – Sometimes removing a tooth (and replacing it) is the best way to prevent a problem from getting worse.

Wisdom Teeth Removals – Wisdom teeth can create some unique issues, which is why we can identify and get rid of them for you when necessary.

Stop worrying about oral surgery. Instead, come to our Boise, ID dentist office to learn how we can safely, effectively, and painlessly put you back on the path to good dental health. To request an appointment at Times Square Dental, call 208-314-1901 today.

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We do quite a bit of oral surgery in our practice that usually involves removing sick, broken down teeth. Some teeth have gotten to the point where they can't be restored, and so we only have one option in that situation. Take those teeth out. That can be a scary situation, too, there again, and we try to make the person comfortable and make it as easy on them as we can in there. Those times come up. That's one area of dentistry that's kind of the same now as it used to be, same techniques and treatments that we've always done.

Yeah. We try to provide a pretty large array of different treatments to people. Most treatments we can do. Carson and I have been doing it long enough that we feel comfortable doing most different types of services for people. If we have a challenging case, something we think is going to be difficult and challenging for us, or we think that the person would be more comfortable in a different setting, say with a specialist, we're pretty good about identifying those people and discussing that with people and giving them that option of being referred if it's going to be a challenging or difficult case.