For patients who have lost a tooth or anticipate the need for tooth extraction, dental implants represent the gold standard of care. Implants offer a proactive approach to tooth replacement, allowing us to rehabilitate your smile without risking damage to surrounding teeth.
Full Arch Treatment
Extensive tooth loss can often require full mouth or full arch rehabilitation. No matter the extent of your tooth loss, our practice can provide solutions that restore the function and aesthetics of your smile. Different dental implant treatments can deliver a lasting remedy for tooth loss.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Many patients require the removal of their wisdom teeth, typically in their late teens or in their 20s. No matter how old you are, if your wisdom teeth have caused complications, our doctors can assist you with safe, comfortable, and expedient wisdom teeth removal.
Some patients simply do not have the bone tissue necessary to anchor their dental implants, making tooth replacement more of a challenge. The best way to approach this challenge is often with bone grafting, a procedure that allows us to regenerate bone where you need it the most.
Patients experience facial trauma for many reasons, often car accidents or sports-related incidents. Our doctors offer treatment through reconstructive surgery, addressing problems with bones, teeth, soft tissues, and more.
Those experiencing jaw deformities can find relief via corrective surgery. Our doctors are happy to coordinate with orthodontists throughout the Wichita, KA area, providing patients with the restoration of balance, aesthetics, and function.
Impacted canines are teeth that are malpositioned and do not erupt properly. This can cause a range of complications, and typically requires coordinated treatment from an orthodontist and an oral surgeon. Our practice is happy to provide the space needed for the impacted tooth to erupt, after which an orthodontist may shift it into its proper position.
Some patients require preparative surgery before receiving a denture or other dental prosthesis. Often, this involves extracting teeth and smoothing down the surrounding bone, ensuring the prosthesis can fit comfortably and securely.
Our doctors can identify and diagnose any abnormal growths along the gums or the inside of the mouth, including potential tumors, lesions, cysts, and more. From there, we can either treat you in-house or refer you out for specialized care as needed.
There are several potential treatments for sleep apnea, including sleep studies and dental appliances. For more advanced cases of sleep apnea, the best solution may be to receive surgical intervention, something we can provide here at our practice.
Cleft Lip & Palate
Mid-Kansas Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery provides restorative surgeries for kids born with either a cleft lip or cleft palate. We are typically part of a larger clinical care team for these patients, usually encompassing audiologists, speech therapists, plastic surgeons, and more.