Oral Surgery - INDIANAPOLIS, IN

Comprehensive Care Doesn’t Stop at Surgery

Schedule Now

Our In-Office Surgical Procedures

Has a decayed or missing tooth caused you to feel self-conscious about your smile or negatively affected your ability to eat or sleep? Our restorative oral surgery in Indianapolis, IN can remedy your pain and embarrassment! We offer a select number of surgical treatments (including extractions, implants, gum grafts and jaw surgery), performed in the comfort of our state-of-the-art office, that can relieve your discomfort and improve your oral health and tooth function. With more than 40 years in our community, My Indy Dental is here to help you create the smile you have always wanted.

No Fear Surgery

We understand that the idea of receiving oral surgery may cause some of our patients to feel nervous and worried, which is perfectly normal. The good news is that Dr. Lisbeth Randall is trained in the latest techniques, and is able to keep your surgery as minimally invasive as possible. We take extra measures to make you comfortable at your appointment, too, so you can feel relaxed and calm during your procedure.

Common Oral Surgery Procedures

tooth extraction icon

Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions are one of the most common types of oral surgery. Generally a simple procedure, tooth extraction can be completed right in our office. During this procedure, Dr. Randall gently pulls your tooth, being careful not to disturb healthy bone or gum tissue. Another form of tooth extraction, wisdom tooth removal, is often more complex and can take up to a few hours to complete.

Dental Implant Surgery

Dental implants are permanent replacements for missing teeth that are made up of three parts: a titanium or ceramic post, an abutment and a toothlike restoration. Dental implant posts are surgically inserted into the jawbone to anchor a new implant or implants. Modern dental implant surgery is precise, especially when computed tomography (or CT) technology is used as a guidance system. Immediate load of a temporary restoration may also be available for qualifying patients!

bone graft icon

Gum Grafting

Gum grafting is an oral surgery that carefully places a small amount of new tissue in an area where little to no gum tissue currently exists. This process is usually recommended to prevent further gum recession or to cover root surfaces where the tooth has become exposed. With routine oral care, your gum graft can have long-lasting results.

Corrective Jaw Surgery

Corrective jaw surgery addresses skeletal issues you may be facing in either or both of your jaw bones. If you’re looking to improve your overall chewing function, correct facial imbalances and jaw closure issues, repair a birth defect, or relieve pain caused by temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, corrective jaw surgery may be the correct route to the smile you have always wanted.

Our Advanced Technology

Modern dental technology has transformed the way dentistry is conducted by creating comfortable and precise customized visits. My Indy Dental Center caters to your smile needs with our cutting-edge technology for improved accuracy and attention to the smallest details. To ensure your smile makeover is exactly what you envisioned, Dr. Randall works with this advanced technology to create your personalized treatment plan and overall dental experience.

1

Dental Laser

Used to treat tooth decay, gum disease, removal of biopsies and lesions, and even teeth whitening, dental lasers are trusted and comfortable pieces of technology to have in a dental office. Dr. Randall uses the laser as a cutting instrument or even a vaporizer, depending on what treatment plan you are pursuing. Dental lasers help minimize pain and bleeding, preserve more of the healthy tooth during cavity removal, and reduce pain.

2

Intraoral Camera

Intraoral cameras are used in assessing and diagnosing oral health concerns, big or small. This advanced piece of technology allows you and Dr. Randall to see inside the mouth to identify oral conditions. While being able to educate you on your current oral health, this camera also aids in oral cancer screenings and disease prevention.

Benefits of Oral Surgery

When an oral concern appears, it can be hard to complete daily functions that your teeth, gums and jaw joints work together on a daily basis to perform, such as chewing, talking and laughing. In addition to the fact that oral surgery can improve these daily functions, there are many benefits to receiving oral surgery:

Receive the personalized care you need and deserve

Contact our team at My Indy Dental Center today!