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About Oral Surgery

What is oral surgery?

The surgical treatment of areas affecting the mouth, jaws, and face is collectively known as oral surgery. Oral surgeons have received specialized training and education to identify, understand, and surgically treat the oral and maxillofacial area. This makes them specialists in their field and able to treat a wide variety of conditions on patients of all ages.

A patient may visit an oral surgeon for many reasons. Many patients may visit an oral surgeon for common procedures, such as dental implant placement, general tooth extraction, and wisdom teeth removal. However, an oral surgeon has the extensive skill to treat many conditions of the oral and maxillofacial area, including:

Boulder Oral Surgery utilizes the latest diagnostic and surgical equipment to enhance their patients’ treatment plans and improve surgical outcomes. Please contact our practice in Boulder or Longmont, CO, to schedule a consultation with Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, or Dr. Luter.

First Visit

Your consultation visit is an important appointment. You can expect to meet with Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, or Dr. Luter, learn more about your condition, undergo a thorough oral evaluation, and receive a customized treatment plan. Diagnostic scans, such as X-rays or 3D scans, may be taken. This appointment is a great opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

We encourage patients to arrive at their appointment early to allow the extra time needed to complete paperwork and check-in. This ensures we can make the most of your appointment time with us.

Please remember to bring the following with you to your first appointment:

Any patient under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Boulder Oral Surgery cares about your safety. Some medical conditions may be of concern prior to surgery. It is important to let us know if you have any medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, rheumatic fever, artificial valves and joints, etc.

Please contact us to schedule an appointment at either of our state-of-the-art practices in Boulder or Longmont, Colorado.

Pain Control

At Boulder Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, our practice has been at the forefront in the use of delayed-release local anesthetic that minimizes or reduces the need for heavy pain medication and opioids. We know that the removal of wisdom teeth and surgical dental procedures can lead to some post-operative discomfort, which is why our practice utilizes this new formula of delayed-release anesthetic during your surgery to provide you with optimum ease and comfort during recovery. This anesthetic is released directly into the surgical site several days following your procedure, giving you the time and comfort to heal without having to depend on heavy pain medication.

Anesthesia Options

At Boulder Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, your comfort is of the utmost importance. We offer various sedation and anesthesia options to put you at ease for your oral surgery procedure.

3D Scanning

We work hard to develop a detailed and accurate treatment plan specific to your needs. We utilize 3D scanning to help get the best images of your condition so we can provide exceptional care.

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Financial & Insurance Information

Boulder Oral Surgery performs a broad scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures for patients of all ages. We strive to ensure a positive experience at our practice while improving oral health outcomes. To ensure our treatments are as affordable as possible for our patients, we work with several insurance plans and accept several payment methods.

Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, and Dr. Luter create a customized treatment plan for each patient at Boulder Oral Surgery. Because the treatment plan you receive is unique, so will your final cost of treatment. You will receive the most accurate estimate of the cost of your treatment after your consultation, in advance of your procedure.

Boulder Oral Surgery is happy to work with your insurance on your behalf. Please bring your insurance information with you to your first visit.

For patients without insurance, payment is due at the time of service. We accept cash, check, money orders, Mastercard®, and Visa®.

You may contact our office in Boulder at (303) 447-9735, or Longmont at (303) 772-8585 if you have any questions about your account.

Thank you for choosing Boulder Oral Surgery.

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