Oral surgery is a specialized form of operation that encompasses treatment of the mouth, jaw, or facial region. Patients are often intimidated by oral surgery due to its invasive nature and the fear of pain they may endure during the procedure and recovery period. Our practice aims to eliminate the anxiety patients may feel about these procedures by keeping them informed about what to expect during and after recovery.
Our team is highly experienced and skilled in the realm of oral surgery, ensuring that you can feel confident about the entire process. We have performed numerous dental implant placements, bone grafts, sinus lifts, and tooth extractions in our office, all of which can be done under the comfort of sedation.
If you’re seeking oral surgery in or around Rochester, IN, we invite you to contact our office today to schedule an appointment or learn more about a specific procedure.
Preparing For Oral Surgery
Your preparation for oral surgery may vary based on what procedure you’re getting, as well as any personalized factors involved in the process. Our team will ensure that you are well informed of what to expect before your surgery, as well as what to do to prepare adequately.
One of our recommendations to patients preparing for surgery is to plan to take things slow after their operation. Consider requesting a day or two off from work and use this time to rest for a speedy recovery. You may also want to purchase some soft foods that don’t require extensive cooking or clean-up. We will provide you with more specific pre-surgery instructions in the office once you schedule your surgery.
Keeping You Informed At Every Step
When you visit our office for your oral surgery, you will be met by oral surgery experts that are eager to restore your smile, health, and appearance. Not only that, but we want to make sure you’re feeling in control along the way. Understanding what to expect before their surgery and having confidence in their surgical team makes a world of difference for the patient. Before an operation starts, we want to make sure that you are comfortable and have all of your questions answered. Get in touch with us today to learn more or schedule an appointment to prepare for your oral surgery.