Oral Surgery in Sioux Falls, SD
Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
6401 S Minnesota Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57108
Phone: (605) 335-1080
Fax: (605) 332-4550
Monday–Friday: 6:30 AM–4:30 PM
Our team at Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery treats a variety of oral and maxillofacial conditions while providing patients with compassionate care. We opened our doors in 1984 and are so proud to be an established part of the Sioux Falls community. There’s so much to see and do here! You and your family can spend a day at the Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History or the Butterfly House & Aquarium, relax and enjoy the nearby parks, like Falls Park, Fawick Park, and Sertoma Park, or take a splash at the Wild Water West Waterpark. Wherever your adventures in Sioux Falls take you, Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is nearby!
Dental Implants in Sioux Falls, SD
Dental implants can replace one or more teeth with natural-looking, healthy replacement teeth. The implant post is inserted into the jaw bone, creating a sturdy foundation that enables you to eat and chew with your dental implant just like you would with a natural tooth. This also provides stimulation to the jaw bone to prevent bone loss, unlike dentures or bridges that only rest on the bony ridge in the mouth. The crown of your dental implant is created specifically for you and will blend in with your other teeth for beautiful, natural-looking results. Many people are unable to tell the difference between a natural tooth and a dental implant. Whether you’re missing a single tooth or many teeth, dental implants can help restore your smile, oral health, and confidence.
Wisdom Teeth Removal in Sioux Falls, SD
Third molars, more commonly known as wisdom teeth, are the last teeth to emerge in the mouth. Because you already have molars responsible for chewing food, these extra molars are not necessary and many dentists and oral surgeons recommend having them removed as soon as possible. If left untreated, wisdom teeth can push against adjacent teeth, causing damage to your other molars and teeth roots. Some wisdom teeth become impacted, or trapped beneath the gums, and must be surgically removed because they will not naturally erupt. Our team makes the wisdom teeth removal process easy and we offer many anesthesia options for your comfort. If you or your child have wisdom teeth, visit the oral surgery experts at Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery for wisdom teeth removal.
Denture Replacement With Full-Arch Restoration in Sioux Falls, SD
Full-arch restoration is a life-changing oral surgery treatment for patients missing most or all of their teeth. This procedure involves placing several dental implants and attaching a fixed denture, resulting in a brand new, fixed arch of teeth. Because the replacement teeth are supported by dental implants, they remain in place and restore full functionality, allowing you to eat, speak, and laugh comfortably. If you currently wear dentures, you can replace them with long-lasting, healthy dental implants and achieve a complete and healthy smile. Full-arch restoration is an option for patients with partial or full dentures who have adequate jaw bone to support dental implants. See if you qualify and learn more about denture replacement with full-arch restoration at Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.
Other Oral Surgery Procedures in Sioux Falls, SD
Dr. Miller, Dr. George, and Dr. Leet offer the full scope of oral surgery treatments at our state-of-the-art office in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. We diagnose, manage, and treat oral and maxillofacial conditions for children, teens, and adults, and our compassionate team is here to support you and your loved ones throughout each step of the oral surgery journey. Our oral surgeons offer:
Our team at Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery proudly serves patients in Sioux Falls, SD, and many nearby areas, including:
- Hartford, SD
- Brandon, SD
- Corson, SD
- Larchwood, IA
- Dell Rapids, SD
- Harrisburg, SD
- Garretson, SD
- Luverne, MN
- Rock Rapids, IA
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