Oral Surgery Preserve Your Smile With Surgery
  • Relax with pillows, blankets, headphones, & sedation
  • You’ll benefit from our advanced technology
  • Schedule appointments easily with extended hours

Come to Us for Comfortable Oral Surgery in Renton

Most people don’t like to think about having dental surgery. However, if you do need oral surgery in Renton, our dentists both have the skills, technology, and experience to do it right. Here are a few other good reasons to visit us for your procedure:

  • You can schedule during convenient hours – we open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. four days a week.
  • You can alleviate anxiety with either inhaled sedation or oral sedation.
  • You’ll stay comfortable with anesthetic and patient amenities like pillows, blankets, headphones, and a beverage station.
  • You can expect precise treatment and results because we use 3-D imaging for diagnosis and planning.
  • You’ll always receive respectful treatment from our trained staff.

If you need an oral surgical procedure, call us today at 425-970-8115 to schedule an appointment. We’re located at 280 Hardie Ave. SW, Ste. 3 – not far off Rainier Avenue South.

Protect Your Smile With Our Oral Surgery Expertise

Surgery on your mouth doesn’t have to be a big deal, especially when it’s done at Cedar Dental Group by dentists with over four decades of combined experience. We take pride in providing our patients the most precise and comfortable dental surgery possible, and we have a long list of happy patients as proof.

One of the most common types of oral surgery is a tooth extraction. We’ll always try to save your tooth if possible, for example, with a root canal procedure or a new crown, but if you do need a tooth removed, we’ll do it as quickly and efficiently as possible.

For maximum comfort, we offer both inhaled sedation using laughing gas and oral conscious sedation with a small pill. Your dentist will answer any questions you have about either option.

Keep Your Jaw Healthy With Socket Preservation

After we remove your tooth, we may recommend a socket preservation procedure:

  • We’ll place a small amount of bone material, either synthetic or from a donor, in the hole where your tooth was.
  • The new bone material will stimulate your jaw to produce bone cells, helping you avoid the bone loss that occurs as a result of a missing tooth.
  • The preserved socket will make it easier to get a dental implant when you’re ready to replace your missing tooth.

Cedar Dental Group is the place to go for oral surgery in Renton. Call us today for a consultation: 425-970-8115. You can also make an appointment online.

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Common Questions About Oral Surgery

Can oral surgery cause jaw pain?

Tooth removal can leave you with a jaw that is tender and possibly swollen, depending on the number of teeth removed and the effort required to extract them, among other factors. These effects shouldn’t last more than a few days. To lessen swelling and discomfort, we recommend applying ice packs to your face near the extraction site and taking an over-the-counter pain reliever or one prescribed by your dentist.

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

Avoid exercise for the first 24 hours after your oral surgery. Stick to low-impact activities for at least the first three or four days. Rushing into vigorous exercise too soon can slow your healing process. It may result in increased bleeding and discomfort. There is also the risk of dislodging a blood clot from an extraction site, which can result in a painful condition called dry socket.

Will health insurance cover oral surgery?

Dental insurance may cover at least some of the cost of oral surgery. It’s possible a medical policy may as well, if the procedure is medically necessary. Medicare does not cover dental care, and Medicaid only covers certain dental services. We are happy to research your benefits prior to your procedure and also to file your claims for you and accept payment on your behalf.

Is there much pain after oral surgery?

The type of oral surgery you have will ultimately determine how much discomfort you feel, but rest assured our goal is always to provide the most comfortable dental care we can. For most of the oral surgery procedures we perform, over-the-counter pain relievers will take care of any discomfort. If needed, your dentist can prescribe something stronger to help you through the healing process.

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