At Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery, not only do we have the premier oral surgeons in the world, but they have extensive experience, graduating from both dental and medical school, ensuring the highest quality of care from oral surgeons who really care. 

 

When you partner with us, you’ll experience an innovative facility that mimics what you’ll find in a hospital and affordable care in bone grafting and wisdom teeth removal. Our oral surgeons will work with you closely to develop a treatment plan that works for you and has the highest treatment outcomes. 

 

Read more about oral surgery procedures here!

 

  1. How To Prepare For Anesthesia Before Oral Surgery

    We all want to heal quickly after oral surgery so it’s important to prepare beforehand for an optimal outcome! While most oral surgeries are outpatient procedures, it’s still important to take measures to ensure a healthy recovery in which you can heal quickly with less downtime.  No matter the type of surgery you’re undergoing, it’s important that it be approached in the same way and tha…Read More

  2. 4 Common Oral Surgery Anesthesias

    Anesthesia is a part of most, if not all, oral surgery procedures. Learn more about the different types you’ll find in an oral surgery clinic. From simple oral surgery procedures such as wisdom teeth removal and teeth extractions to more complicated procedures like bone grafting and cleft palate surgery, anesthesia is used. Not only does it bring comfort and relaxation to the patient, but dulls …Read More

  3. 9 Signs You May Need Corrective Jaw Surgery (Part Two)

    Jaw pain and discomfort disrupt your life — learn more about corrective surgery.  In part one, we explored some of the signs that corrective surgery may be needed and in part two, we’ll investigate a few more while also looking at what causes jaw abnormalities and how to better determine if you’re a candidate.  At the Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery (AOFS), We provide a myriad of o…Read More

  4. 9 Signs You May Need Corrective Jaw Surgery (Part One)

    Learn how corrective jaw surgery can improve your quality of life! When our jaw is functioning normally we may not notice how vital it is to our daily life, but when there are issues, it can dramatically disrupt our quality of life.  At the Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery (AOFS), our world-renowned oral surgeons perform life-changing corrective jaw surgeries to correct functional jaw conc…Read More

  5. Wisdom Teeth Removal Aftercare Tips (Part Two)

    Aftercare tips to make your wisdom teeth removal experience a pleasant one! In part one, we examined why aftercare is crucial, and common things that can occur post-surgery. In this article, we cover more topics on what you may experience after wisdom teeth removal. At the Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery, wisdom teeth removal is a staple of our oral surgery practice. Read on for more perti…Read More

  6. Wisdom Teeth Removal Aftercare Tips (Part One)

    The time after wisdom teeth removal is just as vital as the surgery itself. No wisdom is lost when your third molars are removed, and your oral health may even improve as a result! Wisdom teeth removal is a common surgical procedure with very few complications. Following a smart aftercare regimen will help speed recovery and prevent any potential issues. Many choose the Alaska Center For Oral + Fa…Read More

  7. Why Choose an Oral Surgeon for Dental Implants?

    Here's why an oral surgery clinic is an optimal place to get dental implants. Dental implants are a surgical procedure and, if you need them, there is a likelihood that you will be referred to an oral surgeon. Over the past few years, however, it has become a trend for general dentists to offer dental implants as a service. When it comes to surgical dental procedures, you can rely on the oral surg…Read More

  8. The Benefits of Dental Implants

    Missing a tooth? Find out how dental implants can help! Your teeth are not just an aesthetic part of your mouth, they also serve a function. They aid in chewing and digesting food, in addition to the ability to form words. When your natural teeth are missing, not only does it make you self-conscious but you also lose functionality. If left untreated, missing teeth can cause a broad range of health…Read More

  9. Wisdom Teeth (Part Two)

    In part one in exploring wisdom teeth, we covered what wisdom teeth are and why they develop. In today’s post, we’ll further explore additional facets of wisdom teeth and wisdom teeth removal. Wisdom teeth removal is a surgery, but it doesn’t have to be scary. The oral surgeons at the Alaska Center for Oral + Facial Surgery care about your concerns and will sit down and answer all your quest…Read More

  10. Wisdom Teeth (Part One)

    Wisdom Teeth Removal and Why We Have Them in the First Place Wisdom teeth, as they are affectionately referred to, are our third molars that sit dormant for a time and appear later in life. While some people can go a lifetime with their wisdom teeth and not be bothered, most people will end up having their wisdom teeth removed. One of the most common oral surgeries is wisdom teeth removal, and at …Read More