Learn More About Oral Surgery830-476-5112
With our goal of keeping your teeth healthy for life, Dr. David Crowe and the other members of the Smile Advanced Dental Care in New Braunfels, TX team will do whatever it takes to preserve your natural teeth, whether it’s filling cavities, performing a root canal, or placing a restoration like a dental crown. In some cases, though, it’s impossible to save a tooth. But with oral surgery, we will make it happen.
If you need a tooth extraction, you’ll feel better if it’s done by an experienced doctor like Dr. Dr. David Crowe. He’s performed countless extractions in his 36 years as a dentist, so he knows how to make your procedure as quick and painless as possible. Our thorough, comprehensive care has earned us multiple “best dentist” awards in the annual New Braunfels, TX Herald-Zeitung Readers’ Choice survey. Dr. David Crowe also appeared on a list of Super Dentists in Texas Monthly Magazine.
To find out about tooth removal and other oral surgery services at our New Braunfels, TX dentist office, call 830-476-5112.
Technology and Sedation Make Oral Surgery Easy
We use advanced dental technology like digital X-rays to carefully plan oral surgery procedures. Unlike traditional X-rays, we can easily enlarge or sharpen digital images to get a more precise look at your mouth. It also makes it easier to share images with insurance companies. And digital X-rays use far less radiation than traditional X-rays.
Before we start, we’ll numb your mouth with local anesthesia. But if you’re worried about discomfort or any other aspect of your oral surgery, we can prescribe a pill you’ll take prior to your appointment. You’ll arrive relaxed and stay that way throughout your procedure.
Bone Graft Prepares You for Dental Implants
If you’re interested in dental implants but your jawbone is too thin to support them, Dr. Dr. David Crowe can perform a bone graft to strengthen your jaw. After numbing you with local anesthesia, he’ll attach bone material to the site where you’ll receive your implant. Over a period of a few months, your jaw will become strong enough to receive an implant.