When you visit our oral surgery centers in Plano and Carrollton, Texas, you will be welcomed into a modern and comfortable environment. You will find a service-oriented practice that caters to your individual needs as a patient. We use the latest equipment and technology available in modern oral surgery to ensure a first-class experience for every patient.
Contemporary Implant and Oral Surgery was founded by two friends with a shared passion for combining art and science. Bridging the void between dentistry and medicine and ensuring exceptional results, one patient at a time, are the core values of our practice.
Here, you will experience the security of a specialty surgical setting with the serenity of private practice.
At Contemporary Implant & Oral Surgery, we hold ourselves to high and rigorous standards in the care and comfort we provide our patients. Our doctors have received advanced degrees in dental surgery and medicine. They have also undergone extensive training in dental implants, maxillofacial surgery, jaw reconstruction, as well as various types of anesthesia, including general, oral and IV sedation.
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Although you may think obtaining a referral from your general dentist is enough to undergo oral surgery, it is always best practice to have a pre-surgery consultation with your oral surgeon. These appointments are important for both patient and doctor as they give the surgeon a first-hand assessment of your teeth and mouth before your surgery and to discuss medical history and anesthesia options. It is also an opportunity for the patient to ask questions and learn more from the doctor about what to expect during their surgery.
Some people with impacted wisdom teeth won’t notice any pain or problems in the short term, while others will have obvious symptoms. However, just becase there is no discomfort does not mean impacted teeth will not cause serious issues later on. Some common issues from impacted wisdom teeth include infection, cysts, and gum or bone deterioration. Some common symptoms of impacted wisdom teeth include Jaw pain, swollen, tender or bleeding gums, bad breath, discomfort when opening the mouth, as well as an unpleasant tastse in the mouth. If you have been diagnosed with impacted wisdom teeth, we encourage you to see our oral surgeons for a consultation to explore your surgical options.
Common side effects of oral surgery are related to the use of anesthsia, and include nausea, vomiting and headache. Other side effects may include swelling and minor pain and bleeding, depending on the proceedure. Dr. Phan and Dr. Chan will take great care to explain what you can expect in detail during your consultation.
Your oral surgery consultation may vary depending on the reason for your visit, however in all consultations at Contemporary Implant and Oral Surgery, our doctors will discuss your current dental and health history with you in order to determine what oral surgery an anesthesia options are best for you. This is a very important time with your surgeon to ask questions and learn more about the proceedure. You may also take xrays, photos or CT scans during your consultation in addition to a brief oral exam.