Dr. Walters, Dr. Noonan, Dr. Mills, Dr. Warren, and Dr. Allen offer a variety of oral surgery services to help patients with a wide variety of oral health needs. We take the time to answer questions and address all of your concerns so you can feel informed and confident about your treatment. When it comes to your oral health and experience as one of our patients, you can depend upon the team at Kentuckiana Oral Maxillofacial and Dental Implant Surgery to provide unparalleled care and beautiful results.
A dental implant replaces a missing or failing tooth, restoring its function and appearance. Dental implants are custom-made to blend in with other teeth for beautiful, natural-looking results.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Our experts recommend having wisdom teeth extracted as soon as possible. If left untreated, they can push adjacent teeth out of place, cause infections, and damage nearby roots or nerves.
Bone grafts promote the growth of new bone by stimulating the bone to heal over the graft. This allows patients who have experienced jaw bone loss to qualify for implant-based restorations.
For patients in need of a total smile makeover, we offer full-arch restoration. This treatment uses dental implant posts to support a fixed prosthesis, completely restoring your smile’s appearance and function.
If you have a badly decayed or damaged tooth that needs to be extracted, we can comfortably remove it and discuss your options for replacing it, such as dental implants.
Oral cancer or disease caught early leads to better outcomes. We detect, diagnose, and treat oral pathology by performing biopsies and other treatment options to treat the disease.
Emergency facial trauma cases require urgent care from an oral surgeon to evaluate the head and face and create a treatment plan to ensure all facial structures regain proper function and pleasing aesthetics.
When a frenum, or attachment that connects tissues, is too long, a frenectomy is performed to resize it. There are two frenums in the mouth: one between the upper lip and gums, and one under the tongue.
Expose and Bond
Impacted canines, or those trapped beneath the gums, can be surgically exposed, then bonded to braces. Through both oral surgery and orthodontics, this treatment helps the tooth properly erupt.