Dr. Brian Reavley performs these services. His primary form of oral surgery is Wisdom tooth removal and Extractions. Dr. Brian Reavley also performs biopsies on suspicious oral lesions. Oral and Maxillofacial treatment and surgery can help treat both aesthetic and practical issues. If you have any questions about the Oral and Maxillofacial Services we offer, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are looking to increase your overall health, look no further than the Reavley Dental team. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive care to ensure complete oral health, and we look forward to creating a treatment plan to address any need you may have. Below is a list of treatments that Reavley Dental provides.
When you receive oral examinations from us during your regular checkups, we might notice signs of oral cancer, geographic tongue, median palatal cysts, or hairy tongue. These are all indications of a more serious underlying issue. We may then ask to schedule you for an Oral Pathology examination. This examination will help us to accurately identify any health issues and plan targeted treatments to address them. Antibiotics or oral surgery might be required to resolve oral health issues.
Sleep apnea is an issue that causes sufferers to experience abnormal breathing patterns due to airway obstruction. At Reavley Dental, we have a variety of appliances that separate and push forward the jaws so you are able to breathe more effectively. Sleep Apnea can be very uncomfortable, and sometimes downright scary. Make an appointment so that we can provide you with the tools you need to stop sleep apnea and start feeling great again.
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction Syndrome (TMJ) causes headaches, jaw pain, ringing in the ears, and also teeth grinding. These symptoms can be very unpleasant for patients. Reavley Dental offers maxillofacial and oral solutions which will resolve your symptoms. In order to resolve teeth grinding issues, we often provide molded bite guards. If you are experiencing TMJ discomfort, speak with us today.
Wisdom teeth can cause a variety of minor and major health issues. Soft tissue impaction is one example of a wisdom tooth issue that will need to be removed surgically. Partial bony impaction can be another issue that will need to be corrected through surgery. They can also be complete bony impaction — the teeth becoming entirely encased in the jawbone. These impactions can cause damage to teeth, gum disease, infection, and tooth crowding. If you are having wisdom teeth issues, it would be a good idea to speak with our team today.
If you have questions about your dental treatment options, we would love for you to schedule a preliminary visit with our team at Reavley Dental. During this preliminary visit, your questions will be answered, and we will explain the dental services that we offer. Contact us today to schedule a consultation visit today.