Oral Surgery in San Antonio, TX

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Keeping your teeth and gums healthy may not only require annual cleanings and a regular hygiene regimen. If you're facing more advanced dental issues, we can opt for oral surgery if fits your specific situation. Our San Antonio, TX team has the experience and knowledge necessary to perform surgical procedures that will benefit your overall oral health. Whether you're looking to have your jaw worked on before dental implant placement or you need your wisdom teeth removed, Leon Springs Dental Center will assist you in whatever we need. Schedule an appointment for more information.

At Leon Springs Dental Center, we recognize that serious dental issues can create roadblocks to your normal life and enjoyment of it. No matter what your complaint is, we have solutions for you. Oral surgery can benefit patients in many cases, including some such as:

  • Removal of damaged or impacted teeth
  • Trauma repair
  • TMJ and other jaw repairs
  • Permanent tooth replacement

When you're unsure whether or not you need oral surgery, it is important to schedule an appointment with our dental team at Leon Springs Dental Center. We will help you determine whether oral surgery is a good option for you. In general, you may be a good candidate for oral surgery if you:

  • Have tooth crowding
  • Have damaged or severely decayed teeth
  • Have impacted wisdom teeth
  • Suffer from permanent tooth loss
  • Have baby teeth that don't fall out on their own

To learn more about oral surgery, contact our team at our San Antonio, TX office. We will work with you to create a treatment plan that will benefit your overall oral health.



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Dr Walker, Dr Lima, Dr Diaz and the entire staff are the best in the San Antonio area. Always courteous and ready to meet all your dental needs. I highly recommend Leon Springs Dental Center. CM

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Extremely friendly and professional staff! Very satisfied!!

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I would like to start out by saying the Leon Springs Dental Center was by far the best experience I’ve ever encountered. The office reached out to set an appointment for some old fillings that needed to be replaced. This office has a professional and comprehensive system to where they email all your documents for e-sign before arrival. Furthermore, they use a new innovative laser procedure that allows their dentists to perform the tasks without needles or numbing medication. Doctor Diaz, and her assistant Sarah, were very informative throughout the process and worked quickly to my surprise. I was able to head right back to work with no hesitation. I would highly recommend this office for all of your future dental needs!

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Keep your teeth and gums healthy today with our professional dental team at Leon Springs Dental Center. We will help you explore all of your options so that you can make the best decision about your dental care. Contact us today at our San Antonio, TX office to request an appointment.


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What are some of the different types of oral surgeries?

Common oral surgeries include:

  • Tooth extractions (Including wisdom teeth)
  • Bone grafts
  • Gum grafts
  • Ridge augmentation
  • Sinus lifts
  • Socket preservation
  • Root canals
  • Dental implants
  • Gum contouring
Is oral surgery painful?
Though there may be some pain associated with certain oral surgeries, we do our best to reduce discomfort by administering local anesthesia or sedation methods, if needed. Additionally, we can prescribe medication in an effort to minimize pain after the procedure.
How long does the mouth take to heal after oral surgery?
While your healing may vary based on the specific surgery or surgeries you had, Leon Springs Dental Center usually encourages patients to rest for 2 – 3 days. After this point, patients will typically be free to return to their everyday activities if they so choose. However, it may take at least 3 – 4 weeks for the soft tissue in the mouth to completely heal.
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