If you require oral surgery in Oldsmar, we’re here to help at Pine Avenue Smiles by Dr. Ricky Pan. Dr. Pan has years of experience, and will ensure you remain comfortable and safe throughout your procedure.
When you require oral surgery, you deserve the best. With Dr. Pan’s experience and knowledge, you can rest assured that you are receiving the greatest dental care in Oldsmar.
We use advanced imaging, computer software, and the latest dental tools to plan your treatment, and guarantee the best results.
No matter your needs, Dr. Pan will work with you to develop a treatment plan that accommodates your goals, lifestyle, and budget.
Dr. Pan has seen and done it all, and will guide you through your treatment with care, kindness, and an informative approach.
"Professional, dedicated, and caring staff that work together to provide the best overall care to maintain your dental health. I would highly recommend Dr. Pan to provide any dental services anyone would need at a reasonable price."
While we always will do our best to save your tooth in Oldsmar, there are some times when extraction is the best option. Wisdom teeth that are not growing into your mouth properly, or a tooth that is simply too damaged to be saved are examples of a necessary extraction.
We offer pain-free, gentle basic extractions. For impacted teeth, we also offer surgical extractions, ensuring you can get all of the care you need in one place at Pine Avenue Smiles by Dr. Ricky Pan.
If you have severe alignment or bite issues, Dr. Pan may recommend orthognathic surgery to correct your bite and tooth position. Dr. Pan will work with a team of trusted specialists to make your smile as healthy and beautiful as it can be. Along with a treatment like braces, surgical treatment can correct your smile, no matter how severely your bite or teeth are affected by your orthodontic issues.
Alveoloplasty is also known as jaw bone smoothing. It’s often required before getting dental implants or dentures, and involves smoothing down the bony ridges surrounding your missing teeth. Smoothing these ridges down allows for a more comfortable fit for your implant or bridge, and ensures the best possible results.
Tori are harmless bony growths, which are actually quite common. Usually, they do not have to be removed. However, they can get in the way of dentures and other restorative treatments, so they may need to be removed before you can restore your smile.
In addition, some tori are large enough to interfere with speech and chewing. Since these may affect your day-to-day life, surgical removal of extremely large dental tori is typically recommended.
If you're planning your first visit to our office, be sure to take advantage of our new patient special and save on the preventive care you need to get started on your path to dental wellness. Our new patient special includes: