WHY CHOOSE AN ORAL SURGEON? - Associated Oral & Implant Surgeons

Surgery Specialists for Advanced Dental Care

Dr. Hamlin shares why the surgeons at AOIS offer up to date specialized care

What is an Oral Surgeon?

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are dental specialists who have taken additional years to study dental surgery in a hospital-based atmosphere. At Associated Oral & Implant Surgeons, we have a team of five board-certified oral surgeons to help you with your more complicated, dental needs. We routinely perform advanced treatments and are referred to by many of the areas dentists for our skill and expertise. We know that oral surgery is often an emergency due to an accident, which is why we offer 24/7 emergency service during your time of need.

"How Associated Oral & Implant Surgeons work with referring dentists for the best results."

Our Advanced Dental Procedures:

  • Full mouth reconstruction
  • Dental implant placement
  • Facial trauma treatment
  • Jaw surgery
  • Impacted teeth or wisdom teeth
  • Sedation dentistry

Oral Surgeons On-Staff at Local Hospitals

For emergency or severe cases, you may be admitted to a hospital. Our oral surgeons are on-staff at many of the local hospitals including, Holston Valley Medical Center, Bristol Regional Medical Center, Indian Path Medical Center and Johnson City Medical Center. This allows us to treat advanced conditions in a surgical and medical-based environment. Additionally, our oral surgeons are certified in IV sedation to give you a calming and virtually pain-free surgery as well as able to provide general anesthesia in extreme cases.

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State-of-the-Art Dental Technology

Our oral surgeons also features some of the latest technology in dentistry to ensure that you receive the high-quality care you deserve. Advanced technology often makes dental treatments more minimally invasive for improved patient comfort and allows us to get more accurate details of your oral structure. We feature the RAYSCAN cone beam CT scanner and the iTero® intraoral camera when performing our procedures.

Need specialist care? We’re your team!

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