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  • Save yourself a trip to a specialist
  • Remove teeth that cause pain or problems
  • Receive holistic care for improved healing

Keep Your Mouth Healthy With Oral Surgery in Gillette, WY

If you have a problem that can only be fixed with oral surgery in Gillette, WY, you can have peace of mind with our skilled dentist, Dr. David Porter, in charge of your procedure.  He and our experienced team at Synergy Dental Center can save your smile with dental surgery that can:

  • Prevent dental problems from getting worse
  • Relieve pain from an infected or damaged tooth
  • Get your mouth ready for orthodontics or implants
  • Restore the health and strength of your jawbone
  • Give you better oral health moving forward

Don’t put your smile at risk! To meet with Dr. Porter and talk about your dental surgery options, call 307 228 7117 today for an appointment.

Enjoy Faster Healing & Other Benefits of Our Holistic Approach

Other dentists offer oral surgical procedures, but our practice takes a unique holistic approach to dental care to optimize successful outcomes for our patients. When surgery is needed to preserve your oral health, we’re able to provide IV antioxidant therapy with vitamin C before and after treatment to promote faster, easier healing and prevent infection.

Dr. Porter, a biologic dentist and Wyoming’s only board-certified naturopathic physician, performs surgical procedures using platelet-rich fibrin (PRF). Using a small sample of your own blood, this innovative method promotes regeneration of healthy bone and soft tissue and an easier, faster healing process.

We also rely on autohemotherapy, a hypoallergenic process that involves blending your own blood and a safe level of medical ozone. It treats and eliminates an infection and supports healthy tissue without toxic side effects. By activating your immune cells, it will:

  • Increase oxygen within tissues, organs, and cells
  • Improve circulation
  • Accelerate wound healing
  • Disinfects treatment area

Preserve Your Oral Health With Dental Surgery

At Synergy Dental Center, you can schedule your surgery right here in our office instead of driving to another specialist, which saves you time, hassle, and stress. With our biological approach and advanced technology like precise 3-D imaging, we offer services like:

  • Tooth Removal – We can remove crowded, infected, or extensively damaged teeth.
  • Wisdom Tooth Removal – We’ll extract wisdom teeth that cause pain or pose potential risks to your oral health down the road.
  • Ridge Augmentation – To improve your overall appearance and make room for implants, we can augment the ridge of your jaw.
  • Gum and Bone Grafts – We can restore recessed gum tissue and strengthen your jawbone so you can support dental implants.
  • Sinus Lift – This builds up bone and creates more space in your sinus cavity so you have more room for dental implants.

Keep your mouth and body healthy with oral surgery in Gillette, WY. Call Synergy Dental Center today at 307 228 7117 , or schedule an appointment online.

Common Questions About Oral Surgery

What can I eat after oral surgery?

We recommend that you eat soft foods and liquids for two or three days after your surgery. Yogurt, soup, pudding, ice cream, and protein shakes are all good choices. It’s a good idea to avoid spicy foods, acidic foods, crunchy foods, and tough-to-chew foods for a week or so.

Does oral surgery cause jaw pain?

Many people do feel soreness after oral surgery, but that fades as you recover. If anything, oral surgery is done to alleviate pain and long-term oral health problems. Dr. Porter will be happy to advise you on the best way to recover from your surgery so you can get back to feeling like yourself as soon as possible.

When can I exercise after oral surgery?

For a healthy recovery, it’s best to ease slowly into exercise. You’ll want to avoid sports, workouts, and most other physical activities for the first 24 hours. Doing too much too soon can impede healing. For example, it can interfere with blood clotting. We recommend taking it easy for at least a few days.