In Dallas, TX, our practice creates a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for all patient appointments. We offer a variety of oral procedures as well as anesthesia options to prevent pain or discomfort during treatment. Drs. Phillips and Krieger will provide a thorough consultation to determine the proper oral procedure needed to treat your condition and restore your smile. Our oral surgeons are highly qualified to perform the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery, including dental implant placement, wisdom teeth removal, bone grafting, pre-prosthetic surgery, implantes dentales, and more.
Our oral surgeons offer a wide range of oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures to children and adults in Dallas, Texas.
As oral and maxillofacial surgeons, Dr. Phillips and Dr. Krieger manage many conditions pertaining to the head, neck, mouth, and face, while providing patients with an exceptional level of care. At Park Cities Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates, we offer a range of treatments including dental implants, wisdom teeth removal, orthognathic surgery, treatment for sleep apnea and TMJ disorders, stem cell banking, and much more. Oral surgeons are trained and qualified to administer many forms of anesthesia to ensure a safe and comfortable surgical experience for every patient.
Our office is equipped with advanced 3D scanning technology that allows our surgeons to accurately diagnose conditions and create treatment plans with great precision. Both Dr. Phillips and Dr. Krieger are board-certified, which means they are held to the highest standards of patient care and clinical excellence. Oral surgery can be life-changing, and our team looks forward to meeting you and designing a custom treatment plan that will benefit your health and confidence. Contact our practice in Dallas, TX, to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled oral surgery experts.
Dental implants are the ideal solution for restoring missing or failing teeth. Whereas dentures or bridges rely on adjacent teeth for support, dental implants fuse to the jaw bone and restore both appearance and functionality. Because of this foundation, dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that prevents the jaw bone from deteriorating due to tooth loss. The implant crown is customized to blend in with your other teeth for stunning, natural-looking results. When cared for properly, a dental implant can last a lifetime.
Our oral surgeons can place a single implant anywhere throughout the mouth, an implant-supported bridge, or transform your smile through full-arch restoration. This treatment uses several implants to support a fixed denture, providing you with a fully functioning, natural-looking smile that stays in place. We can also place a dental implant on the same day as a tooth extraction, saving you time and money. By immediately restoring a tooth, you can leave our office with a healthy replacement tooth and prevent the need for multiple procedures. If you have teeth that are missing or beyond the point of saving, contact us today to learn more about dental implants in Dallas, TX.
Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last teeth to develop and often make an appearance between the ages of 17 and 25. The average mouth does not have room for an extra set of molars, and you already have molars responsible for chewing food, which is why dental professionals recommend having these teeth extracted. Untreated wisdom teeth can cause damage to your other molars, misalignment, pain, swelling, and more. An fully impacted wisdom tooth, or one that is trapped beneath the gums, will not naturally erupt and must be surgically removed. Partially impacted wisdom teeth can trap bacteria, causing infection, cysts, or tumors to form around the tooth.
By having wisdom teeth extracted, you can prevent these oral health complications. Our oral surgeons make the wisdom tooth removal process quick, comfortable, and easy. Most patients undergo IV sedation for this procedure, which allows you to rest comfortably and wake up when it is over. It's recommended that wisdom teeth are removed as soon as possible, because surgery is easier when the teeth are not fully developed. However, you can have wisdom teeth extracted at any age. If you or your child have wisdom teeth, we invite you to contact our office for an appointment and to learn more about wisdom teeth removal in Dallas, TX. Wisdom teeth are naturally large and their roots are unpredictable. When left untreated, they can damage the roots of other teeth or facial nerves. It’s rare for a wisdom tooth to erupt properly through the gums. Most often, they partially erupt or remain fully trapped beneath the gums. This is known as impaction, and an impacted wisdom tooth must be surgically removed. Call our office to schedule an appointment regarding wisdom teeth removal in Dallas, TX.
Pat felt well cared for and comfortable when she visited our office for her dental implants.
At Park Cities Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates - Dental Implant Experts, our staff is more than happy to assist you with scheduling your appointments, financial or insurance inquiries, and questions about recovery. Our board-certified oral surgeons have years of training and experience and are prepared to treat any oral or facial condition, no matter how complex. Our practice is home to advanced surgical tools and equipment, such as 3D imaging technology, which allows us to provide the most detailed and accurate treatments. To learn more about our practice or the services we offer in Dallas, TX, feel free to visit our website or contact our staff directly.
Dr. Phillips was recognized by D Magazine as one of the best dental professionals in Dallas in 2021. A confidential poll is sent to around 3,000 local dentists who recommend peers in each specialty. This is the eleventh year that Dr. Phillips has received this award in the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Dr. William Phillips grew up in Denton, TX, and became inspired to pursue a career in oral surgery by his uncle, who was a surgeon.
Originally from Yakima, Washington, Dr. Matthew Krieger was inspired to pursue oral surgery while attending dental school.