Restore Your Dental Health With Oral Surgery in Springs, TX

There may come a day when you need oral surgery in Spring, TX to keep your mouth healthy. With Dr. Johnson’s many years of experience in oral surgery procedures, your smile will be in good hands. You can rely on our team to:

  • Make sure you’re comfortable before we begin
  • Fully explain your procedure, if you’d like, so you know what to expect
  • Answer any questions so you feel at ease
  • Go at a comfortable pace so there aren’t any surprises
  • If you need dental surgery, call Johnson Dentistry today at 281-944-3634. We’ll make sure you get the care you need.

Relieve Pain or Prepare for New Teeth With Oral Surgery Services

The advantage to coming to us for your oral surgery needs is that you don’t have to spend extra time or money to see a specialist. Dr. Johnson is well equipped to handle several types of oral surgery right here, which means you can have your procedure taken care of by a team of professionals you know and trust. You can count on us to give you the best treatment possible for your surgery, just like we do with all our services.

Below are some types of oral surgery you can get here:

  • Tooth Extractions – If it’s not possible to repair your tooth with a crown, root canal treatment, or other means, we’ll gently remove it to restore your oral health. We can also help you replace your tooth.
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal – These third molars often cause problems when they begin to emerge. Dr. Johnson can safely remove them so they don’t damage your other teeth or cause you pain.
  • Bone Grafts – If your jawbone isn’t strong enough for dental implants, we can add bone material to your jaw to spur new bone growth.

Let us take care of your smile with Spring, TX oral surgery. Call Johnson Dentistry today at 281-944-3634 to schedule an appointment. You can also request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Oral Surgery

Is there much discomfort after oral surgery?

The kind of oral surgery you have will ultimately determine how much discomfort you feel, but rest assured our goal is to provide the most worry-free oral care we can. For most of the oral surgery procedures we perform, non-prescription pain relievers will take care of any discomfort. Your dentist can prescribe something stronger to assist you through your healing and recovery, if needed.

Does health insurance cover oral surgery?

Generally speaking, medical insurance policies are very particular about what they will and will not cover. It is best to check with your provider to see if your treatment will be covered and just how much your part will cost. Many dental insurance plans will cover at least a portion. Keep in mind, we provide numerous payment options, including financing through CareCredit.

When can I work out after oral surgery?

For the first 24 hours after your oral surgery, you should not exercise at all. Doing too much can lengthen your recovery and lead to problems with healing. Overexertion can loosen the blood clot from an extraction area and trigger an unpleasant condition referred to as dry socket. After the initial 24 hours, restrict your workout to low-impact activities for several more days.

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