Denver Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is close to Stapleton!
Taking care of the oral surgery needs of Stapleton families! Our office is just a 10-minute drive South of Stapleton in Denver.
If you live in Stapleton, we know that you have choices when it comes to your complex oral needs. We're just a few minutes drive, South on Quebec. See the difference that specialized training and state-of-the-art technology can offer.
Denver oral surgeon, Dr. Matthew Schacht brings patience and compassion together with state of the art technology to give you the best all-around care for your oral and maxillofacial surgical needs. Dr. Schacht is dedicated to making sure each of his patients receives the personal and individualized care they deserve.
Our goal is to draw upon years of specialized training and experience in order to better serve our patients and make them feel at home in a safe and pleasant environment.
Come see us and enjoy the individualized care, attention, and experience that we at Denver Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery have to offer! Our oral surgeon serves Denver and Aurora and the surrounding areas: Lowry, Crestmoor Park, Hilltop, Stapleton, Park Hill, Mayfair, Montclair. We are Denver's top oral surgery center!
Dental Implants Denver
Dental implants are currently the best option for those who wish to replace a missing tooth. Dental implants are placed during a surgery where the roots of a missing tooth are replaced with small metal posts, which resemble screws. Once these posts are placed, new, artificial teeth will be fastened onto the posts. These artificial teeth will provide the same function, feel, and look as your natural teeth. We also offer Teeth In A Day and All-on-4 dental implant restoration.
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Wisdom Teeth Denver
Wisdom tooth extraction is the removal of one or more of the four adult molars located at the back corners of your mouth on the bottom and the top. Many people suffer from impacted wisdom teeth, which can occur because there usually isn’t a lot of room for the wisdom teeth to erupt into the mouth or develop normally. This can be both painful and detrimental to your appearance, as your other teeth may shift in order to accommodate the larger teeth trying to grow in.
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According to a new study, prescribing opioid painkillers to young people after pulling their wisdom teeth may be putting them at risk of addiction. Teens and young adults often have their first exposure to highly addictive pain medicines when they have their wisdom teeth removed. The study published in the JAMA Internal Medicine (Dec. 3, […]Read More
Using a fluoride-free toothpaste leaves you at a greater risk of cavities. This is according to a new study published in the dental journal Gerodontology that reviewed the scientific literature on fluoride vs. fluoride-free toothpaste and cavities. This new review, which looked at previous studies, showed that there was “no impact” on cavity reduction from simply brushing […]Read More
A tooth abscess is an infection caused by tooth decay, periodontal disease or a cracked tooth. Symptoms of an abscessed tooth can include pain, swelling, redness in the gums, bad taste in the mouth or fever. Left untreated, the abscess can lead to a serious infection in the jaw bone, teeth, and surrounding tissues. If […]Read More
Flossing is as important as brushing. Here’s how to do it right. Dental floss helps to remove food particles that have become trapped between the teeth or under the gums where toothbrushes have trouble reaching. Left unchecked, the buildup of bacteria can lead to bad breath, cavities, and gum disease. Ideally, you would floss after […]Read More