Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery

We’ve provided oral surgery for over 50 years. With our state of the art facility and optimum technology, Village Dental has provided our patients with gentle, personalized, professional care. We offer a wide range of services from tooth extraction, wisdom tooth extraction, and placement of implants.

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Oral Surgery: Village Dental Serving Patients for over 50 Years

Dr. Rasch: Trusted and Reliable in Oral Surgery

Dr. Rasch has been practicing oral surgery for over two decades. He is also experienced in General, Family, and Cosmetic Dentistry.
He works closely with our staff to manage patients undergoing any oral surgery procedure. He’s one of the architects of Village Dental’s practice providing excellent oral and dental health while treating our clients as family.

Oral Surgery Procedures: When Do You Need It?

Oral Surgery is basically orthopedic surgery in your mouth. It specializes in the diagnosis, surgery, and treatment of diseases, injuries, and defects that can affect both the function and appearance of the hard and soft tissues of your mouth and jaws.
These are some of the cases when patients may be recommended for a procedure:

  • Teeth extraction and/or replacement surgeries including implants
  • Removal of cyst on the jaw, mouth or face
  • Removal of wisdom teeth
  • Implant placement
  • Sinus lifting
  • Assessment to determine if you can undergo aesthetic surgery

Achieve excellent oral health with Village Dental’s highly-trained staff. Call today to find out more about our Oral Surgery Services.

Call us at 801-277-1916 to schedule an appointment. Earn more than just a smile from Village Dental.

Dental Implants

Our implants restore missing teeth and bring back our patient’s most natural condition.

Tooth Extraction

Sometimes, teeth need to be extracted to maintain a patient’s overall well-being. The procedure is relatively straightforward; doctors administer anesthetic to help minimize the pain while the patient is awake.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Are you getting toothaches despite knowing you are free of cavities? It may just be your impacted wisdom teeth!