Oral Surgery

The mouth is a very sensitive area of the body and when it comes to surgeries in the mouth and the areas surrounding it, you’ll want to make sure you have an experienced team working for you. At Ponderosa Dental Group, our doctors have years of experience performing both routine and complex treatments, and we even have an oral and maxillofacial surgeon on-staff to provide you care without needing a referral.

Common Oral Surgery Procedures

What is Oral Surgery?

Oral surgery differs from traditional dental care because it often involves complex treatments that require extreme precision and advanced knowledge to perform properly. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons have years of additional education and training in their field to ensure they can perform these procedures with utmost skill and accuracy. When performing an oral surgery, most patients are offered sedation to help ease anxiety and block sensations of discomfort. We also utilize state-of-the-art dental technologies to ensure your surgery is accurate and successful.

Completely Rejuvenate Your Smile

For those with a severely damaged or flawed smile, we offer comprehensive full-mouth reconstruction, which can essentially rebuild your smile from the ground up! A full-mouth reconstruction is a series of dental treatments, both oral surgeries and general dental treatments, designed to give you a smile that looks beautiful and functions properly. Many times, a full-mouth reconstruction will require multiple days of treatment, but the end result often gets patients out of discomfort and embarrassment, and allows them to use their mouth naturally without worry!

When your smile needs advanced help, choose Ponderosa Dental Group for all your oral surgery needs! Discuss your options with our doctors by scheduling a consultation at our Rancho Cucamonga, CA office today!

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    Our Stance on COVID-19

    We understand that this is an unprecedented time for many patients with the coronavirus still being an active concern. However, more than ever before, your oral health plays a crucial role in your overall health. The mouth is the gateway to the body, but when common oral infection and disease take hold, it impacts your immune system! This can make you more susceptible to becoming sick in the future. Your best defense is good oral health, and maintaining your regular dental appointments makes that possible. We are following all CDC guidelines to provide our patients and team with a healthy and safe environment to provide life changing dental care.