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Oral Surgery

Severe dental issues may require oral surgery to keep your teeth and gums healthy. While tooth extractions or other surgical dental procedures are less likely to be looked forward to, oral surgery can help prevent additional dental problems from occurring. Instead of being referred to an oral surgeon near you, our team at Chaney Dental conveniently provides gentle oral surgery in-house! Give our office a call to learn more information about how we can make your oral surgery in Prairie Village, KS, a positive experience.

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Why would I need oral surgery?

Any surgical dental procedures performed in or around the mouth or jaw can be considered oral surgery. There are many surgical dental procedures, including tooth extractions and dental implants. Any of these types of procedures is typically recommended to solve severe tooth decay, overcrowding, or a need for tooth replacement. Before recommending oral surgery, our team thoroughly evaluates your teeth, gums, and jaw and reviews treatment options with you to determine if oral surgery is in your best interest.

Does dental insurance cover oral surgeries?

As part of restorative dentistry, dental insurance may cover oral surgery depending on your plan and the type of oral surgery needed. When you visit our office, our team will provide you with information regarding your treatment and the financial information you will need to proceed. At Chaney Dental, we understand how important it is to receive quality dental care at an affordable price. Our office is in-network with many insurance providers, and we offer flexible financing. To learn more about financing options, please visit our financial page.

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How long does it take to recover from a dental surgery?

There are many types of surgical dental procedures. For each one, the period of recovery will vary. More invasive procedures like dental implants or bone grafting will typically require more recovery than tooth extractions. During recovery for any procedure, rest is important to encourage fast healing and prevent complications. When you leave our office after oral surgery, we’ll provide you with the information you need to promote a successful recovery!

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