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Drs. Michael Hamlin, Carl Eilers, Jason Pickup, Nathaniel Wells and Michael Foster are excited to welcome you to Associated Oral & Implant Surgeons in Johnson City, TN! Our team provides exceptional dental care with a one-on-one patient focus and open communication. Our practice philosophy is “There is always room for one more,” meaning you can be seen when you really need it, especially in the case of an emergency. Contact us today to schedule an appointment at Associated Oral & Implant Surgeons today!
Considered the gold standard for replacing missing teeth, dental implants restore both form and function to your mouth. Implants stimulate the jaw bone for continued growth and provide a strong and stable bite. Our team provides accurate and predictable dental implant placement. With proper care, implants can last you the rest of your life.
Wisdom teeth typically grow in during the early teenage years to late twenties. For many, there is not enough space in the jaw to adequately support these extra teeth, causing them to become impacted. We offer effective wisdom teeth extraction to remove these teeth before they cause unnecessary pain and damage to your jaw or surrounding teeth.
Dental sedation helps patients get the care they need without the fear, anxiety or pain they may associate with dentistry. Our doctors are certified to provide advanced IV sedation and perform surgery while patients are under the effects of general anesthesia. In many cases, we can perform multiple different treatments while patients are sedated as they are calmer and do not become uncomfortable. Sedation can effectively change a patient’s dental experience for the better.
For those with major functional problems with their mouth, we can perform full mouth reconstruction treatment. Typically involving two or more surgical procedures, our goal is to restore your mouth to complete functionality again. Treatment time depends on your specific case and can take anywhere from weeks to months. After treatment, your will be able to enjoy a mouth free of pain and problems.
Your jaw should function without pain or discomfort. If you are having trouble speaking, eating or opening and closing your mouth, then you may need corrective jaw surgery. This surgery can involve a number of different procedures with the ultimate goal of repairing your jaw so it functions properly without discomfort. Our doctors are specialists in jaw surgery and the leading providers of care in the area.