The Center of Oral Surgery of Las Vegas is THE place to go for high-quality dental work, performed by the experienced Dr. Carlos Letelier. Dental health is important, and we are here to work with you to create a customized treatment plan that will help to fix your dental problems!
You may have heard some things regarding oral surgery that you’re not so sure about, so we are here to set the record straight with 7 interesting myths and facts about oral surgery.
We get it – the word surgery brings the thoughts of pain to mind. Fortunately, due to advancements in procedures, plus the beauty of anesthesia, most oral surgeries are not actually all that painful! You may experience some soreness after the fact, but intense pain is rare. Our team will make sure you are as comfortable as possible!
It’s a common misconception that factors of surgery are dangerous, such as being put under anesthesia. Rest assured, our team is highly trained in administering anesthesia. Serious reactions to anesthesia are extremely rare.
Each procedure is different in scale and in cost. It does, however, cost less than many other surgeries. Oral surgery is an investment in yourself and your future, and many procedures are covered at least partially by your insurance. The Center of Oral Surgery of Las Vegas also offers financing options.
We often hear that patients expect to be out of commission for an extended period of time following their oral surgery. The fact is, recovery isn’t as long as you think! Typically after about one to three days, you will feel comfortable segueing into normal daily activities. Each procedure and every person is different, but we will send you home with detailed instructions and what to expect.
When needing oral surgery, you’ll want to choose an experienced oral surgeon. Your dentist is a huge part of the health of your teeth, but complex procedures need to be done by someone trained and credentialed in that specific treatment. Dr. Letelier is board certified in both oral and maxillofacial and cosmetic surgery.
With a long list of priorities, your dental health may keep getting pushed to the bottom. It’s important to remember how important oral health is to your overall well-being, and ignore the problems. Letting serious issues go can lead to difficulty eating, further damage, and tooth loss. It’s important to get your teeth in tip-top shape as soon as possible.
Oral surgery can be for the young, the old, and everything in between. It’s not the age that matters as much as the health of the patient.
If you have more questions about oral surgery, we would love to talk about it with you! Contact The Center of Oral Surgery of Las Vegas at 702-367-6666 to learn more. The small step of reaching out could be a giant leap forward for your long-term health and happiness!