At Permian Basin Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center, we offer the full scope of oral surgery procedures. Whether you need tooth replacement options, wisdom teeth removal, corrective jaw surgery, teeth extractions, or any other oral or maxillofacial procedure, you can trust that our doctors have years of experience, and they will ensure that your entire treatment, from the initial consultation through your recovery, goes smoothly.

Below are links that include information on all of the procedures we offer. We hope that having some extra information about each treatment will help you feel comfortable with whatever procedures you decide to undergo. If you have any questions, or if you would like additional information about one of our services, contact one of our offices. One of our staff members will gladly assist you.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are one of the best options for tooth replacement. Dental implants are individual dental prostheses which take the place of a single missing tooth. If you have lost a tooth or have multiple missing teeth, dental implants will offer the most natural-looking results to restore your smile. The dental implant is comprised of three parts — the implant,… LEARN MORE ›

Wisdom Teeth Removal | Oral Surgery | Midland | Odessa | Texas

Wisdom Teeth Removal

The wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) are an additional set of teeth that develop under the gum surface and are often undetectable without a thorough oral exam that includes a proper X-ray evaluation or 3D scan. It is common for teens and adults to be unaware that this set of teeth exists in their mouth until the wisdom… LEARN MORE ›

Full-Arch Dental Restoration | Permian Basin Oral Surgery | Midland | Odessa | Texas

Full-Arch Dental Restoration

The full-arch dental restoration is an innovative tooth replacement procedure that is available to patients who need a full arch of teeth restored. This streamlined procedure offers a quicker recovery time at a fraction of the cost of other replacement options. In this treatment, four specialized implants are surgically placed in the patient’s upper or lower jaw. Once the procedure… LEARN MORE ›

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General Extraction

It is crucial to have healthy teeth to chew and speak clearly. However, it is a common occurrence for oral surgeons and dentists to see patients who struggle to care for their teeth properly or have damaged teeth due to conditions like periodontal disease, impacted teeth, and dental crowding. Sometimes the tooth can be restored to its original function through… LEARN MORE ›

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Oral Pathology

Oral Pathology refers to any diseases that affect the mouth, jaws, and any related structures (such as facial muscles, temporomandibular joints, perioral skin, and salivary glands) in the adjacent areas. Oral pathology can develop in the soft tissue (mucosa) or hard tissue (bone) of the mouth. When you come in for wisdom tooth removal, dental implant placement, or any other… LEARN MORE ›

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Bone Grafting

What is bone grafting? Bone grafting is an oral procedure that allows for bone growth where it is necessary and promotes new bone growth where the jaw bone is deteriorating due to damage, disease, or atrophy. If missing teeth are not replaced promptly, the bone structure in the jaw diminishes over time. This natural deterioration often leads to poor quality… LEARN MORE ›

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Socket Preservation

Immediately following tooth removal, bone is placed into the empty socket and the area is covered by an artificial membrane. This allows us to preserve the bone and minimize bone loss at the extraction site. In a site that does not have this procedure, the bone may begin to melt away immediately and may necessitate extensive grafting procedures if implants are needed in the future… LEARN MORE ›

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Exposure of Impacted Teeth

Teeth develop into the mouth by growing and erupting through the gums into their natural position. Sometimes, a tooth gets trapped and either does not completely erupt or only partially emerges into the mouth. When this occurs, the tooth is said to be impacted. The most common impacted teeth are the wisdom teeth, or third molars, in the far back… LEARN MORE ›

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Corrective Jaw Surgery

Corrective jaw surgery, or orthognathic surgery, is a procedure performed for patients whose jaws do not meet correctly, which creates an improper bite and misalignment of the jaw. For some individuals, the problem can be corrected without jaw surgery and can be modified through the use of orthodontics. But if the problem is severe, the orthodontist will need to work… LEARN MORE ›

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Facial Trauma

Did you know there are millions of facial trauma cases admitted to hospitals each year in the United States alone? And just like a cardiologist is called upon to treat the heart specifically, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon is called upon to treat and manage any facial trauma cases. It is not uncommon for oral and maxillofacial surgeons to be regular,… LEARN MORE ›

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Digital Surgical Planning

It is important to our oral surgeons at Permian Basin Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center that your diagnosis is as accurate as possible. Therefore, we use cone beam scanning technology in the form of the iCAT 3D CT scan, guaranteeing that all patients receive the most sophisticated diagnostic imaging required to make the most precise diagnosis of your oral and maxillofacial condition… LEARN MORE ›

Anesthesia | Permian Basin Oral Surgery | Midland | Odessa | Texas


It is normal for many patients to feel a sense of anxiety or nervousness before a surgical procedure. Our surgical staff wants to ensure that you feel as comfortable as possible for your procedure. We offer a variety of options for sedation when you undergo any oral surgical procedure at Permian Basin Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center… LEARN MORE ›