At Collins Oral & Facial Surgery in Conway, AR, our mission is to ensure that our patients receive the highest quality care and results from treatment. We use the most advanced practices available while giving you the individualized attention that you deserve. Dr. Collins and our entire staff at Collins Oral & Facial Surgery understand the transformative effects a smile and good oral health can have, and we love seeing the positive results patients get from treatment. We will work hard to give you the best possible experience and outcome from treatment.
Our practice in Conway, AR, proudly serves the greater Central Arkansas area, including Conway, Russellville, Clinton, Greenbrier, Morrilton, Quitman, Heber Springs, Dardanelle, Dover, Little Rock, North Little Rock, Greers Ferry, Searcy, and Cabot. We provide all sorts of oral and facial surgery services, from the removal of wisdom teeth to extensive dental implant surgeries. We also treat facial trauma injuries and oral pathologies of all kinds. We also specialize in corrective jaw surgery, which is usually performed in our office surgical facility. Visit our procedures page for a full list of the treatments we offer, and we encourage you to reach out to our office for more information.
Dental implants are the best option available for replacing a missing tooth or in some cases even multiple teeth. Dental implants are the most permanent replacement option available, as they can last a lifetime with proper care. Additionally, most patients report that their implants look and feel just like natural teeth. The dental implants also stimulate the jaw bone, which keeps the bone from deteriorating and promotes good oral health.
The placement of dental implants is one of the most popular procedures we offer at our office in Conway, AR, because they can drastically improve a person’s life. On top of restoring the aesthetics of your smile, dental implants allow you to enjoy the foods you love without worry. Our whole team loves seeing the positive results patients get from implant placements. If you are interested in dental implant placement, Dr. Collins will perform an initial consultation and oral exam to create your treatment plan. Newer techniques using dental implants have made it possible for many people who were once ineligible for implant placement o safely receive implants. Contact our office to learn more and schedule your consultation.
The third molars, more commonly known as wisdom teeth, are the last teeth to emerge into the mouth, typically between age 17 and 25. Unfortunately, most people don't have enough space in their mouth to accommodate them; as a result, wisdom teeth tend to become impacted, crowd other teeth, and cause other oral health problems if left untreated. To avoid such complications, most dental professionals recommend that you have your wisdom teeth removed by an oral surgeon.
Dr. Collins and his skilled surgical staff have years of experience extracting wisdom teeth, as well as administering and monitoring various forms of anesthesia. When you come to our office in Conway, AR, Dr. Collins will perform an initial consultation to determine whether or not your wisdom teeth need to be removed. We will help you through the entire surgical process, from forming a personalized treatment plan to ensuring your recovery is speedy and free of complications.
Full-arch restorations are a great option for patients with several failing or missing teeth. Single implants are great for replacing one or a few teeth, but replacing an entire row of teeth using single implants can be expensive. A full-arch restoration is the most cost-effective and permanent way to replace many teeth at one time. Additionally, replacing a full arch of teeth at one time dramatically reduces your recovery period, which could be quite long when adding up multiple single implant procedures.
When you receive a full-arch restoration, a custom row of beautiful white teeth will be made specially to fit your mouth. Dr. Collins and our expert surgical team will strategically place as little as four dental implants to support your prosthesis. The implants will stimulate the jaw bone and fight bone deterioration while securely supporting your new row of teeth. While your restorative dentist fabricates your custom set of teeth, Dr. Collins will place a temporary set of teeth, which will allow you to experience the benefits of your new smile immediately. After a healing phase of 6 months, your restorative dentist will fabricate your final custom set of teeth.
If you are ready to replace multiple teeth, or if you want to trade in your dentures or bridgework for a more permanent option, contact our office today for more information about full-arch restoration procedures.