At Boulder Oral Surgery, we offer exceptional oral surgery services such as general tooth extraction, dental implant placement, wisdom tooth extraction, bone grafting, oral pathology, and more at our offices in Boulder and Longmont, CO. Along with their dedicated staff, Dr. Nedbalski and Dr. Lerner prioritize the health and safety of their patients by providing customized treatment plans at their state-of-the-art practice.

We have found that patients feel more comfortable when they are informed about their treatment. While we will go over your plan for care in person, we encourage you to browse our website to learn more about us, the services we offer, and how we can help you achieve your goals for improved oral health.


Because of their permanance, stability, and ability to prevent jaw bone loss, dental implants are the tooth replacement option of choice by doctors and patients alike.

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Most people's mouths are not able to accommodate the growth of a third set of molars — the wisdom teeth — so dental professionals recommend removal before issues arise.

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If you're missing most or all of your teeth in an arch, your doctor can use dental implants to secure a fixed denture, restoring your smile and preserving your oral health and function.

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When a tooth is damaged or unhealthy and unable to be preserved by other means, your doctor may recommend extraction to prevent it from causing further oral health problems.

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Your doctor can perform various bone grafting procedures to restore bone lost due to prolonged missing teeth or preserve bone after an extraction, making you a candidate for dental implants.

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When a tooth is unable to grow into the mouth naturally (impacted), your surgeon works with your orthodontist to guide the tooth into its place with a procedure called Expose and Bond.

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Nonsurgical treatments such as braces or mouthguards can sometimes correct jaw misalignment or disharmonies. When more extensive treatment is needed, your doctor can perform jaw surgery.

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Facial trauma often occurs suddenly and varies in severity. Your oral surgeon can treat facial injuries of all kinds, from lacerations on the skin to bone fractures, restoring health and aesthetics.

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Oral pathology refers to any change from a normal, healthy condition and includes everything from a lesion or a growth to cancer. Any changes in the health of your mouth or jaws require an immediate evaluation.

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A frenectomy is performed to release the tongue or lip for more mobility when the frenulum—the piece of skin attaching it to the gums—is too short. This is especially important for infants to be able to nurse properly (latch on).

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Patients with ill-fitting dentures or patients considering dentures as a tooth replacement option may undergo pre-prosthetic surgery to smooth and shape the dental arches for the most comfortable fit.

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Noninvasive treatments such as changes in lifestyle or the use of a CPAP machine can sometimes treat sleep apnea successfully. When those methods don't work, your surgeon can perform a surgical procedure to clear your airway.

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Stem cells, particularly adult stem cells, are specialized cells that can change into whatever type of cell your body needs. Your wisdom teeth are full of these stem cells, which can be stored and used to treat life-threatening illness or disease.

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To speed healing after oral surgery or possibly eliminate the need for a bone graft, bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) are applied to the surgical site to stimulate regrowth of tissue and bone.

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Patients with damaged or missing teeth have several tooth replacement options to choose from, ranging from traditional removable dentures to a fixed prosthesis using dental implants.

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