700 N. Broad St Unit 2B & Unit 2C, Elizabeth, NJ 07208 – (908) 585-4990


Cranford Oral Surgeon

When you need restorative or cosmetic work done on your mouth, face, or throat, an oral surgeon is the dental professional you want to see. With extensive schooling and training, an oral surgeon is equipped to handle any oral surgical matter, from a cracked tooth to a sagging sinus pocket. Whether you are looking for a full mouth reconstruction or to improve the overall aesthetic appearance of your smile, Elizabeth Oral Surgeon Group has you covered. 

Our team of oral and maxillofacial surgeons has been trained by the best schools across the country and has access to a high-quality facility and tools, making our surgical procedures quick, painless, and stress-free. Our number one priority is your satisfaction and overall confidence with the function and look of your smile so that you don’t have to worry about a thing. To see how we can best help you today, please call our number listed below. 

Common Oral Surgeries

An oral surgeon’s main priority is to restore your mouth to its natural function. This includes restoring the damage done by facial trauma or gum disease, such as periodontitis or gingivitis. Common examples of oral surgeries include the following: 

Tooth Extraction

When your mouth experiences the effects of gum disease, you may ultimately need a tooth extraction. When plaque goes unbrushed and undisturbed, it hardens into tartar and can begin to build up in the gum pockets, causing infection and inflammation. This can result in the erosion of your enamel and gums, resulting in wobbly, loose, or even rotted teeth. 

Root canals, scalings, and other forms of surgical procedures can be performed to help clean up the area and remove any areas of infection, but occasionally, the tooth will need to be professionally extracted. An oral surgeon can do this for you to ensure the area heals properly and can one day be host to a dental implant. 

Dental Implants

Dental implants, or any form of synthetic tooth replacement, are important to the function and health of your mouth. When a tooth is extracted, the open area can cause your other teeth to shift, causing crookedness and a misaligned bite. Additionally, the jawbone will begin to loosen and weaken, which can result in a sagging sinus. 

Dental implants help cosmetically, but can also help take the place of your former natural tooth. Dental implants are not just a direct result of gum disease, but can be due to a facial trauma, congenital disease, or for aesthetic purposes. 

Cosmetic Dentistry

Oral surgeons not only help remedy functional issues with your oral health, but can help with forms of cosmetic dentistry as well. This is not just limited to implant surgeries, as the surgeons can help with cleft palate, corrective jaw surgery, and anything else related to the soft tissue of the mouth, face, and jaws. 

At Elizabeth Oral Surgery Group, our team of highly-qualified oral and maxillofacial surgeons is also able to offer aesthetic treatments unrelated to dentistry, such as Botox, micro needling, hair transplants, dermal fillers, and platelet-rich plasma treatments. 

How an Oral Surgeon Can Help

Oral surgeons are one of the only dental professionals recognized by the American Dental Association. They will train alongside other dentists for four years and then partake in a hospital-based residency program, where they will study internal medicine, general surgery, plastic surgery, anesthesiology, emergency medicine, and other specialized areas focusing on the mouth, throat, and nose.

When you partner with a qualified oral surgeon from Elizabeth Oral Surgery Group, you are partnering with someone who will help perform an initial consultation and examination, after which they will devise a plan of action to help cure the underlying issues and correct any problems you have been having with looks, function, bite, or chew. 

Our compassionate and knowledgeable surgeons are here to help you through every step of the way, answering any concerns or questions you may have throughout the process. Often, dental work is not a one-stop shop or quick fix. Having potentially months-worth of work can be stressful and our team is here to help alleviate that as much as we can for you. 

Consult With a Dental Professional Today

Choosing a surgeon to oversee your oral health is a big decision, and Elizabeth Oral Surgery Group understands that. We are here to help guide you throughout the process and provide the sensitivity and skill necessary to make for an efficient and painless dental process. With access to a top-notch facility and by using the most innovative minimally-invasive surgical techniques, we are able to provide you with unparalleled service and customer satisfaction. 

We will even help get you the most out of your insurance reimbursement as possible, as we understand what a financial toll oral health can take on your bank account.  To speak with someone today and get a better idea of how exactly we can help you, please feel free to call our office at (908) 585-4990 or fill out our contact form.

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