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  • Save yourself a trip to a specialist’s office
  • Feel at ease with sedation options
  • Our advanced technology makes for easier visits

Safeguard Your Smile With Oral Surgery in Oxnard

We understand that no one wants to hear they need oral surgery in Oxnard. But when you choose Anacapa Dental Art Institute, you are receiving care from a dental team that has over 100 years of combined experience. Plus, we are conservative with your care and only recommend surgical procedures that are absolutely necessary. As our patient, you’ll benefit from:

  • Advanced technology such as 3-D scanners and digital impressions for excellent outcomes
  • An on-site lab that can create the restorations used to replace an extracted tooth
  • Sedation options, including general anesthesia if you are particularly anxious
  • Extensive expertise in three specialty areas of dentistry – prosthodontics, endodontics, and periodontics

If you’re a new patient, you’re eligible for a complimentary consultation. Call 805-800-8289 to schedule your appointment. We’ll show you around our office and do an examination to determine what’s right for your smile.

Visit One Location for Your Dental Surgery Needs

When it comes to your dental care, you probably don’t want to visit an outside oral surgeon for procedures like tooth removal or gum grafts. You’d prefer to take care of your needs at the practice you consider your dental home. Our in-house specialists can perform a wide range of surgical treatments. Depending on what we learn during your examination, we may recommend:

  • Tooth Extraction An extraction is done if a diseased tooth is at risk of infecting healthy teeth. We also remove teeth to prepare you for treatments like dentures or implants.
  • Wisdom Teeth Removal – If third molars are causing problems such as crowding or impaction as they come in, we can remove them. If you never had yours removed when you were young, we can examine your mouth to determine if an extraction is necessary.
  • Ridge Augmentation – We’ll recreate the contours of your jaw to prepare your mouth for implants or just to give you a healthier and more attractive appearance.
  • Sinus Lift – This procedure makes room in your upper jaw for dental implants.
  • Bone GraftingWe’ll add bone material to your jaw to make you a better candidate for implants.
  • Gum Grafts –For patients with significant gum loss, our periodontist can perform a grafting procedure using either donor tissue or your own tissue.

Keep in mind, we’d much rather save your smile instead of extracting a damaged tooth. Our endodontist, Dr. Angelidis, can determine if a root canal can be performed to keep your tooth intact.

Dr. Jivraj will only recommend surgical procedures in preparation for implants if absolutely necessary. You can trust his expertise in this field. He is a world-renowned expert who has written a textbook on implants that is used by more than 15,000 dentists worldwide.

When you need oral surgery in Oxnard, you need the help of experts. Call 805-800-8289 for an appointment or schedule online.

Common Questions About Oral Surgery

When would I need oral surgery?

There are several circumstances that might require oral surgery. If you or your loved one has a badly damaged or diseased tooth, it may need removal. Similarly, wisdom teeth often cause problems as they emerge and need to be extracted. Other procedures like bone grafts, sinus lifts, and ridge augmentations prepare for treatments such as dental implants. Gum grafts will repair receded gums and help them heal properly.

When is oral surgery covered by insurance?

Your dental insurance plan may cover a portion of your family’s oral surgery. We recommend you check with your individual carrier to find out what is and is not covered and what your out-of-pocket expense will be. We do offer several flexible payment options, including third-party financing through CareCredit, LendingClub, or Proceed Finance.

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

For the first 24 hours after your oral surgery, you should not exercise at all. Doing too much too fast can actually create problems and prolong healing. Overexertion can loosen the blood clot from an extraction site and cause a painful condition known as dry socket. After the first 24 hours, limit your exercise to low-impact activities for several more days.

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