We Offer a Variety of Procedures
Nobody wants to go through life with broken or decaying teeth, with big gaps in their smile, or with limited functionality of their mouth. Thankfully, there are oral surgery solutions to address a wide range of pathologies, restoring smiles to their full utility and aesthetics. Dr. David Minto and his team are proud to offer a range of treatments to patients in the Fairhope, AL area.
At our practice, the top priorities are patient outcomes, comfort, and safety. When you join us for your initial consultation, Dr. Minto will be glad to answer any questions about your oral surgery needs and to outline a recommended course of treatment, which may include any of the treatments listed below.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
When left untreated, wisdom teeth may lead to significant pain as well as to misalignment of the surrounding teeth. Our practice can provide prompt, comfortable wisdom teeth removal.Learn More
Some patients lack the bone tissue required for successful dental implant surgery. Through bone grafting, Dr. Minto can restore tissue and prepare you for your next procedure.Learn More
Patients need teeth to be removed for any number of reasons: Their teeth are damaged, broken, or decaying. Minto Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is pleased to provide extractions.Learn More
We seek to provide each patient with a comfortable procedure, which generally means sedation. We can offer different sedation options depending on the nature of the procedure and the needs of the patient.Learn More
Facial trauma can result in broken teeth or jaws. These issues can be corrected through oral surgery, something we are happy to assist with at Minto Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.Learn More
Some patients require surgery to prepare for the placement of a dental prosthesis. This might involve removing excess bone or tissue. Dr. Minto can help determine if this is necessary.Learn More
Through medical imaging as well as physical evaluation, Dr. Minto can help identify signs and symptoms of oral cancer and other pathologies, referring out to a specialist as needed.Learn More
Exposure of Impacted Teeth
Sometimes, teeth fail to erupt the way they are supposed to; instead, they remain submerged beneath the gums. Our practice can reveal these impacted teeth, preparing them to be moved into the right position.Learn More