Dental and Oral Surgery
We provide preventive dental care, from chronic to acute care. Our services include general dental care, specialty care, adult and pediatric care under general anesthesia, oral and maxillofacial surgery.
We provide preventive, chronic, and acute care to an average of 1,400 patients. Our patient population ranges from pediatrics to geriatrics, representing a large variety of races and ethnic groups and various financial backgrounds. Approximately thirty percent of patients are under age 12, and about ten percent are over age 65. Our patients may be insured, underinsured, or uninsured.
- Adult and pediatric care under general anesthesia
- Oral and maxillofacial surgery
- Specialty care for patients with compromising medical conditions
- Reconstructive services with maxillofacial prostheses
- Management of TMJ dysfunction
- Follow-up care for emergency and trauma cases
- Dental extractions
- Advanced sedation, anesthesia, and pain control
- Dental implants
- Correction of dentofacial deformities (orthognathic surgery)
- Facial trauma reconstruction and care, including management of scars and reconstruction of damaged and lost tissue
- Treatment and reconstruction of oral and maxillofacial pathologies
- Procedures to aid in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea
- Temporomandibular joint surgery
- Botox therapy injections
- Cosmetic procedures of the maxillofacial region
Because we serve a special population, many patients will not qualify to be treated in our clinic. We have developed a list of questions that can help you determine if a patient meets these qualifications:
- Are you an existing patient of HHS Dentistry? If yes, you may qualify to be seen
- Do you have a referral from your dentist or another healthcare provider? If yes, you may qualify to be seen
- Is the patient 10 years or younger AND does the child get primary care at Hennepin Healthcare? If yes, you may qualify to be seen
- Does the patient have Developmental Disabilities?
- Does the patient have a legal guardian?
- Does that patient need general anesthesia for general dental work?
- If yes to any of the questions above, you may qualify to be seen
- Does the patient need a tooth taken out, a biopsy, or another surgical procedure? If yes, you may qualify to be seen.