Fort Worth Oral Surgery

Services for complex dental issues.

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Expert Surgical Treatment For All Patients
Tooth Extractions
Tooth extractions are the most common oral surgery, and they may be required for a variety of reasons. The wisdom teeth are our final set of four molars, which tend to erupt when we are 17-25 years of age. They often do not erupt properly, and can cause oral health issues like a higher risk of infection and damage to the surrounding teeth. Because of this, they are often extracted once they begin to erupt.

Tooth extractions are also sometimes required if you have one or more teeth that have been seriously damaged by tooth decay, periodontal disease, or an oral injury. In some cases, extracting these teeth and replacing them with prosthetics like dental implants will be the best way to restore your smile. 

Finally, extractions are sometimes required to prepare for other dental treatments. Some patients who have orthodontic issues, for example, may need to have one or more teeth extracted. Teeth also must be extracted to prepare for the placement of some restorative treatments like dentures.

Bone Grafts
A bone graft may be necessary if you want to get one or more dental implants, but your jaw has weakened after tooth loss. With a bone graft, you can restore the strength of your jaw and get the treatment you need. 

Bone grafts involve opening up the gums and placing bone powder or granules into the jaw bone. Over time, natural bone heals around this bone, strengthening the area sufficiently for a dental implant.


An alveoloplasty is used to prepare your mouth for a dental implant, dentures, or another dental prosthetic. In this process, your dentist in Fort Worth, TX will use special dental tools to smooth out the bone “ridges” of your jaw bone after you’ve had one or more teeth extracted.

This is done to remove sharp ridges that may interfere with the proper fit for your dental prosthetic, ensuring a perfect, natural fit.

Am I A Good Candidate For Oral Surgery?

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Oral surgery may be required for a variety of oral health issues, but it is typically only necessary for major dental problems. Depending on the particulars of your case, oral surgery may or may not be the best choice for your situation.

The best way to find out is with a comprehensive oral exam and consultation from Dr. Schmidgall. As an experienced cosmetic dentist in Fort Worth, Dr. Schmidgall will help you understand both your surgical and non-surgical treatment options, and provide you with the treatment that’s right for you. Call today to schedule an appointment or don’t hesitate to stop by our office located at 4255 Bryant Irvin Rd #111, Fort Worth, TX, 76109.

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Serious oral health problems may require surgical intervention. For example, if you have several damaged teeth, you may require tooth extractions. Or, if you have lost a tooth and the underlying jaw bone is too weak, you may require bone grafting to prepare for a dental implant. 

No matter your case, Dr. Ryan Schmidgall at Country Day Dental is here to help you get the treatment you need. Read on for more information about the oral surgery treatments offered at our office, or contact us for an appointment.

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I receive such good care! The staff is knowledgeable and up-to-date with current technology and training.

Debra B. (Actual Patient)

Why Us?

Learn why Dr. Schmidgall is the smart choice for Oral Surgery in Fort Worth, TX.

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Dr. Schmidgall is passionate and thorough about every restorative procedure he performs. As an implant expert, he combines exceptional skill and artistry to provide the smile you deserve. What’s more, his faith inspires him to go the extra mile for everyone he meets, so he always strives to perform at the highest level.

He is dedicated to his patients, and through ongoing education, he keeps up with cutting-edge, new techniques in dentistry. He has completed many advanced curriculums at the prestigious Kois Center…Opens a new window to the Kois website… and SPEAR Institute…Opens a new window to the SPEAR website….

As your Fort Worth dentist, you can trust Dr. Schmidgall to partner with you to achieve your dental goals and transform your smile into a beautiful masterpiece.

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A healthy smile is a beautiful smile.