San Antonio Oral Surgery
J. Preston Coleman, DDS Jeffrey S. Wert, DDS
The oral surgeons at San Antonio Oral Surgery provide a full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery - all in a comfortable and caring environment. Our state-of-the-art practice is centrally located for convenient access from all areas of San Antonio. Our surgeons have extensive experience with dental implants, grafting (bone and soft tissue), removal of wisdom teeth and non-restorative teeth, corrective jaw surgery, as well as several options for sedation. Dr. Coleman and Dr. Wert also diagnose and treat TMJ (jaw joint disorders), oral pathology, and trauma to the face and jaws.
Why Choose San Antonio Oral Surgery?
When it comes to selecting the right oral surgeon in San Antonio, experience is extremely important. Our surgeons have performed oral surgery for families in San Antonio since 1987, and have a combined experience of more than 60 years. If you trust us with your oral surgery needs, rest assured that you’re in experienced hands.
A Technology-Driven Oral Surgery Practice If you have questions about dental implants, bone grafting, wisdom teeth or any other oral surgery procedures, we are happy to assist. You can contact us with any questions today!
We believe in using technology to deliver the best experience and results possible for our patients. Our goal is to decrease your treatment time and reduce any invasive surgery to a minimum. Additionally, we’ve chosen to utilize and invest in the best technology to allow us to perform surgical procedures more precisely, and with more predictable outcomes. Some of the technology we utilize includes:
Digital Imaging – Our oral surgeons use digital X-rays for several reasons. First, there are no harsh chemicals associated with digital X-rays because there is no film to process. Second, radiation exposure to the patient is reduced. And finally, digital images can be magnified to share with the patient, a referral source, or another specialist.
Cone Beam CT – A cone beam CT is a special type of digital x-ray that uses 3-D imaging. A cone beam CT scan allows the surgeon to see hidden structures in your mouth and jaw in 3-D, which aids in dental implant cases, bone pathology cases, and planning virtual surgery.
Computer-Guided Surgery – Our oral surgeons use digital data from cone beam CT scans to perform “virtual surgery” to determine the ideal placement for dental implants. This data then can be used to fabricate surgical guides and ensure that you’ll get an extremely accurate implant placement, spend less time in surgery, and enjoy a less-invasive surgical procedure.
Sedation Options for a Tranquil Oral Surgery Experience
At San Antonio Oral Surgery, we understand that going to the dentist or oral surgeon isn’t easy for everyone. For those who suffer from anxiety and/or a dental phobia, we offer several options for sedation dentistry to ensure you have a comfortable visit.
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