Oral Surgery Specialist

Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery services offered in Dallas, TX

If you have non-impacted wisdom teeth, missing permanent teeth, or severe tooth damage, the specialists at Freeman Dental in Dallas, Texas, can help you. Hubert Freeman, DDS, and his skilled staff offer oral surgery to restore tooth or gum problems and enhance your oral health. Call the office to schedule an appointment or book one online today.

Oral Surgery Q & A

What is oral surgery?

Oral surgery includes an array of tooth and gum procedures your Freeman Dental dentist offers to help you maintain exceptional dental health. They provide basic oral surgery, wisdom teeth removal (if not impacted), and minor gum surgery, if necessary.

What are the benefits of oral surgery?

The dental experts at Freeman Dental use the latest advances in dental equipment and procedures to ensure you and your family achieve the best outcome. Oral surgery can restore tooth and gum damage and prevent future problems, saving you time, money, and pain in the long run.

Is oral surgery right for me?

After reviewing your symptoms and oral health history, your dentist lets you know if oral surgery is a good option for you. They examine your gums and teeth and take dental X-rays to develop in-depth images of the inside of your teeth. Freeman Dental uses a digital panorex machine for X-rays to minimize radiation exposure.

You might need oral surgery if you experience:

  • Tooth crowding
  • Tooth pain
  • Dental decay
  • Tooth infection
  • Severe tooth damage
  • Gum disease
  • Gummy smile

You might choose tooth extraction in order to receive dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots that anchor crowns or dental bridges. 

Your Freeman Dental provider personalizes each treatment to match your needs and only suggests oral surgery if needed to improve your oral health and wellness. 

What should I expect during oral surgery?

The first step of undergoing oral surgery is to receive local anesthesia to numb the treatment area and eliminate any discomfort. Your dentist also offers a sedative to relax you or help you fall asleep. 


They may make tiny incisions in your gums to remove affected teeth or repair tooth or gum damage. Your dentist might use stitches or gauze to slow potential bleeding. Afterward, you rest in a recovery area while waiting for your post-surgery instructions.

What happens after the procedure?

After undergoing oral surgery, have a friend or family member drive you home and stay with you. Take medications as directed, ice the treatment area, and begin with a liquid or soft-food diet initially after surgery. 

Don’t brush your teeth vigorously, use mouthwash, drink through a straw, or participate in strenuous exercise until your provider says you can. Attend all follow-up visits with the Freeman Dental experts to ensure your mouth heals properly. 

To learn more about oral surgery at Freeman Dental and find out if it’s right for you, call the office or click on the online booking tab today.