Come to an Experienced Dentist for Oral Surgery in Stone Mountain, GA

Regular checkups at Blankenship Family Dentistry are a great way to help prevent disease and keep you smiling boldly. However, sometimes oral surgery becomes necessary to restore health to your mouth. At our Stone Mountain, GA dentist office, Dr. Blankenship and Dr. Jordan will use surgical procedures to:

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  • Eliminate dental pain so you feel better soon.
  • Prevent problems in your overall health.
  • Help catch early signs of oral cancer.
  • Improve the look of your smile.
  • Help you feel more confident when talking with others.

If desired, oral conscious sedation is available for any of our procedures. Our dentist will prescribe a small pill for you to take ahead of your appointment to help calm your anxious nerves. Under Dr. Jordan’s care, patients with special needs can also be put to sleep in a hospital OR.

Give our office a call today to schedule your appointment: 770-766-8995. Let us help keep you healthy! We are located at 1505 Lilburn-Stone Mountain Road, Suite 130 – just off the Stone Mountain Freeway.

Learn More About Our Oral Surgical Procedures

We have several surgical procedures we use to help our patients stay healthy and smiling. These include:

  • Brush biopsies– This leading-edge technology helps determine whether unusual white or red spots in your mouth are cancerous or harmless. It is a simple procedure that collects a small tissue sample from your mouth quickly and painlessly. Early detection of oral cancer significantly improves the success of treatment.
  • Tooth removal– We always work to save your damaged or diseased tooth if we can, but sometimes a tooth needs to be removed to prevent further problems. We’ll do it gently and comfortably.
  • Wisdom tooth removal– If your incoming wisdom teeth are impacted, only partially emerged, or crowding your other teeth, we can remove them to eliminate discomfort and damage. Depending on your situation, we may refer you to another dental professional to have impacted wisdom teeth removed.
  • Bone grafts– After a tooth is extracted, we sometimes find that a patient’s jawbone is not dense enough or strong enough to support a dental implant. In that situation, we can perform a bone graft by inserting a special material that the jaw will build new bone cells around. After a period of healing and growth, the jawbone will be ready for implants.

Call us today at 770-766-8995 to schedule your oral surgery. You can also contact us using our online form.

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