If you’re one of our medically compromised patients, you may have complications that fall outside the extent of training and education of general dentists and even some dental specialists. As oral surgeons, our training is in both dentistry and medicine, a dual-degree specialty that provides us with the greatest understanding of a wide range of dental issues and how medical conditions can affect our approach to your treatment, procedural risks, and anesthesia options, among others.Furthermore, we’re clinically trained in trauma care and are able to handle emergency situations for which medially compromised patients may be at a greater risk. Overall, our oral surgeons not only have dental and medical education, but extensive training and experience providing specialized and effective treatment and management of medically compromised patients.
If a medical condition is keeping you from seeking needed dental treatments, we invite you to schedule a consultation at our Wichita Falls, TX office. Our oral surgeons are specialized in treating medically compromised patients and skilled in procedures, such as the placement of zygomatic dental implants, that are an alternative to more conventional measures. If you’re medically compromised and have even complex dental issues, there is hope! We routinely help patients with medical conditions improve their oral health through our specialized care.
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