Oral Surgery

 

We Specialize in Oral Surgery

 

When you need surgery for your mouth, only the best care will do. That’s when it’s time to go to a specialist who can perform your oral surgery. Dr. Gregg Bobier is an oral surgeon who has been treating patients with excellent care for over 20 years. You can become our next satisfied patient! Our treatment offers you all these benefits:

 

 

Call Gregg D. Bobier, DMD today at 248-656-8880 (Rochester) or 248-625-4492 (Clarkston) to schedule your consultation.

 

Visit the Experts For Your Dental Surgery

 

We provide many kinds of oral surgery here in our facility. You’re assured of receiving the best care possible because Dr. Bobier is a trained specialist with decades of experience performing all types of oral surgery. He and our team will make sure your procedure goes smoothly and pleasantly. Here are some of the procedures we routinely perform:

 

We offer several other types of oral surgery as well, including biopsies on suspicious areas, nerve repositioning, socket preservation, ridge augmentation, treatment for cleft lip and palate, and treatment for tumors and cysts.

 

Give your smile top-shelf care! Call the office of Gregg D. Bobier, DMD today at 248-656-8880 (Rochester) or 248-625-4492 (Clarkston) to schedule your appointment for oral surgery.

 

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Common Questions About Oral Surgery

 

When would I need oral surgery?

Oral surgery is a broad field, and there are many instances in which it might be needed. A few common procedures include tooth extractions, wisdom teeth removal, bone grafts, dental implant placement, jaw reconstruction, cleft lip and palate treatment, and treatment for oral lesions and bumps. Dr. Bobier is skilled in performing all these procedures and more, so your oral health will be in good hands with his care.

 

When is oral surgery covered by insurance?

Many insurance plans will pay for at least a portion of your oral surgery. So you know what to expect beforehand, we recommend checking with your individual plan to find out what is and isn’t covered. To help with your portion of the cost, we offer third-party financing through CareCredit, which has attractive rates and payment options.

 

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

You should not exercise at all for the first 24 hours after your surgery. Doing so could cause problems and prolong your healing. For example, strenuous exercise can loosen the blood clot on an extraction site and cause a painful condition known as a dry socket. After the first day, limit your exercise to low-impact activities for several more days.