Panhandle Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

4905 Lexington Square, Amarillo, TX 79119

Phone: (806) 381-3142
Fax: (806) 367-9945

Email: xrays@panhandleoralsurgery.com

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Panhandle Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery has the knowledge, expertise and qualified staff to accurately diagnose and treat a variety of oral issues. Bryan F. Bailey, DDS, specializes in wisdom teeth removal, impacted teeth, tooth extractions, dental implants, facial reconstruction, bone grafting and oral pathology. Panhandle Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery also utilizes dental CT scans to detect and diagnose oral conditions and diseases that cannot be identified by regular dental scans and X-­rays.

ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY SERVICES

Both teens and adults undergo wisdom teeth removal. Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, can become impacted, causing mouth pain, bite issues, crowding and even damage to your other teeth.

Panhandle Oral Surgery utilizes dental CT scans, cone beam 3­D CT scanning technology, to accurately diagnose and treat oral diseases and conditions undetected by regular X­-rays and scans.

If you are missing a tooth or several teeth, a dental implant may be the right replacement choice for you. A dental implant is a prosthetic that replaces the root and crown of your missing tooth.

Teeth grow by passing through the gums and emerging into their natural position. Sometimes, a tooth becomes “stuck” and either does not emerge or only partially emerges into the mouth.

Oral pathology is a branch of dentistry. Panhandle Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is highly experienced in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the mouth and lower face, such as oral cancer.

When a tooth is removed as the result of decay, infection, or trauma, or if a permanent tooth fails to develop, the tooth-supporting bone of the jaw begins to resorb. Bone grafting restores bone and soft tissue.

When your tooth is broken or damaged by decay, it can sometimes be fixed with a filling, crown, or root canal. In some cases, however, the damage is too extensive for one of these procedures, and the tooth must be removed.

Panhandle Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery understands the physical and emotional damage facial injuries can cause. We are highly qualified in treating and reconstructing fractured bones, lacerations and avulsed teeth.