Oral Surgery in Fort Worth - How It Can Help You

Oral surgery in Fort Worth encompasses a variety of surgeries which not only fix your pain but can

make it easier for you to chew your food, improve your smile, and give your confidence a boost. With years of training and experience, our oral surgeon in Fort Worth Tx can take on some of the most challenging cases and produce amazing results.

How Can Fort Worth Oral Surgery Help Me?

We have particular expertise in teeth extraction (moderate to complex), bone grafting, and TMJ disorders. Our oral surgeons can also help with:

  • Lost or damaged teeth

  • Jaw or mouth injuries

  • Wisdom teeth removal

  • Dental Implants

  • Diagnosis and treatment of facial pain

With the latest equipment and state-of-the-art technologies, our patients benefit from a wide range of oral surgeries which are conveniently carried out here, under one roof.


As a dentist in Fort Worth, we believe in helping you keep your natural teeth for as long as possible. Unfortunately, there are occasions when a tooth is so badly diseased or damaged that we have no option but to remove it. There are two kinds of teeth extraction: a simple extraction which is performed on teeth that are visible in the mouth; and a surgical extraction which is more complex, involving teeth which are difficult to reach because they haven’t fully erupted, or they’ve broken off at the gumline. Both types of Fort Worth oral surgery normally require some form of anesthesia.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is another type of oral surgery in Fort Worth which is commonly used to help build and restore bone growth in patients looking to have dental implants. When a tooth is missing for a long time, the bone thins as it’s gradually resorbed by the body, meaning there is not enough depth of bone in which to place an implant. Often the bone is taken from the patient’s own body and grafted on to the jaw or a bone substitute may be used. Once the bone graft procedure has

completed, the dental implant procedure can go ahead. If you’d like more information about implants and oral surgery then get in touch with us today.

Call Perfect Dental at (817) 286 0044

TMJ Disorders

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome refers to pain or a clicking sound that is experienced in the jaw bone. The TMJ joins the mandible or lower jaw to the skull (temporal) just in front of the ear. Certain muscles which assist the chewing process are also connected to the lower jaw. Problems in this area can cause headaches, ear pain, difficulty biting, a jaw that is hard to open or that locks, and a clicking sound when a person bites. TMJ can lead to more serious issues so early detection and treatment is important. TMJ symptoms develop over time and can be caused by a tightening of the jaw muscles when a person is feeling stressed or by grinding their teeth during sleep. Whatever the cause of your TMJ our dentist in Fort Worth will carry out an evaluation to confirm your diagnosis and to decide on the best treatment going forward.

If you’re looking for an ‘oral surgeon near me’ you can trust that you’re in a safe pair of hands when you visit Perfect Dental.

Give us a call today at (817) 286 0044 to make an appointment

Our Happy Patients

"Really great staff!!! I walked in with pain and left feeling so much better. They took x-rays with my little girl safely in the next room where I could hear her watching TV. Then the doctor came in and gave me a treatment plan, which includes me seeing an oral surgeon and overdue cleaning. The staff is so KNOWLEDGEABLE and FRIENDLY they all get an A++ from me. I definitely recommend going there for dental care."

Charmaine G. Charmaine G.

"My experience at Perfect Dental was great ! I had some fillings and a cleaning. My teeth haven't been this white in in awhile as for my feelings there were painless. My dentist and the dental assistant were soo kind and very professional. Overall had a Great experience and I'm happy I choose them."

Tiffany R. Tiffany R.

"My boyfriend needed emergency dental care due to an unfortunate cricket accident. Via 1800 dentist, Perfect Dental not knowing the full extent of his dental needs, was able and willing to see him as a new patient within 1 hour of our call on a Saturday afternoon when most dentist offices were closed. The staff and dentist were sympathetic and made him feel at ease immediately. The office was pleasant and clean. Each room had a tv that included Netflix and an array of viewing options for the patients. Overall it was a wonderful experience and Perfect Dental is now his official dentist."

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