Good oral health is important to your overall well-being. Dr. Narang diagnoses and treats a range of conditions — not just related to your teeth and gums — that occur within your mouth and jaw area.
The umbrella term “oral surgery” refers to a variety of procedures ranging from dental implants to cleft palate repair. Many of these procedures are quite short and simple, needing only a local anesthetic, and can be performed by Dr. Narang during a single office visit. Others are more complex and may require ongoing liaison with other medical professionals, such as a plastic surgeon.
Impacted wisdom teeth can cause swelling and infection, so they need to be surgically removed in order to stop the pain and prevent permanent damage to the jaw area. Sometimes Dr. Narang needs to remove other types of teeth that have become damaged, diseased, or are putting pressure on those nearby, and he performs the extraction under local anesthetic. If you lose a tooth, you may require a dental implant, which Dr. Narang surgically attaches to your jawbone in order to anchor your replacement tooth.
Oral surgery can be used to correct unequal jaw growth, which causes difficulties in eating, swallowing, and speaking, and to repair damage to a fractured jawbone or broken facial bone. It can also fix irregularities in the jaw that affect the fit and comfort of dentures or cause jaw grinding.
Oral surgery is one form of treatment for advanced cases of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. Problems with this tiny joint between the skull and the jaw are a common cause of head and face pain.
Oral surgery can be used to identify and correct problems within the soft tissues of the mouth and jaw, including correcting cleft lips and palates or draining an infected area. If you’re experiencing mouth lesions, which can indicate a serious systemic disease, Dr. Narang can take a biopsy for testing.
Snoring or sleep apnea can also be treated with oral surgery. Removal of some of the soft tissues at the back of the throat or in the lower jaw clears obstructions and prevents blockage of the airways during sleep.
Our office welcomes many types of dental insurance, and our insurance and payment coordinator will be happy to assist you in determining what type of benefits are available to you through your insurance plan. Payment arrangements for account balances are due at the time services are rendered, so please bring your insurance card with you to your first visit. We accept many forms of payment, including cash, checks, and major credit cards. You can also speak with our office administrator about flexible payment options available for major dental services.
If you have lingering questions concering the financial aspect of your visit, our office administrators are on-hand during our regular business hours to answer your questions and address your concerns.
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