We are honored to provide a wide range of services in order to serve patients with a wide variety of needs. If you are looking for an oral surgery procedure, look no further than the highly-trained specialists at Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. Our practice works with multiple offices that provide full-service healthcare from start to finish. Visit AOMS Pediatric Dentistry for all of your pediatric needs, AOMS Plastic Surgery for complete rejuvenation and cosmetic surgeries, as well as Full Smile Dental for your general dentistry needs.
Dental implants are a popular tooth replacement because they can restore one or more missing teeth with a natural-looking, fully functioning implant.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Third molars are the last teeth to develop in the mouth and can cause health problems if they are not removed, such as infection or cysts.
No wonder it’s called the 4-Hour Smile! A full arch of dental implanted-supported teeth creates a beautiful restoration in as little as 4 hours.
If a tooth is badly damaged or decayed, it may need to be extracted in order to protect the health of the remaining teeth.
We offer bone grafting options such as PRGF and BMAC® to speed up tissue and bone regeneration while reducing healing time.
Orthognathic surgery, or jaw surgery, can correct bite problems and misalignments, which can improve the ability to breathe, speak, and eat.
After wisdom teeth are removed, the stem cells inside of them can be harvested and used in the future.
Any type of trauma to the face, neck, mouth, or head requires immediate treatment by a skilled oral surgeon.
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders can be corrected with surgical and nonsurgical treatment.
If one or more frenums of the mouth are too short or too thick and causing difficulties in feeding or speech, a frenectomy may be recommended.
Distraction osteogenesis is an alternative to bone grafting and involves slowly separating bony segments so that new bone can grow in between.
Loud snoring is a common sign of obstructive sleep apnea, which can be treated both surgically and nonsurgically.
Oral surgeons are trained to identify and diagnose oral pathologies in order to prevent and treat oral cancer and disease.
When a canine tooth is impacted, an expose and bond procedure is performed to bring the impacted tooth into the dental arch.
Oral surgeons can ensure patients receive a comfortable and secure fit from their dentures with pre-prosthetic surgery.
Cleft Lip and Palate
This birth defect creates a gap in the upper lip or palate and should be treated during infancy to restore function and appearance.
We offer several cosmetic options to help patients look and feel rejuvenated, including BOTOX® and JUVÉDERM®.