Atlanta/Buckhead GA Oral Surgery Office
Oral Surgeon in Atlanta/Buckhead, GA
Upcoming Holiday Hours & Closures
Summer Holiday Hours
- May 31st: Closed
- September 15th: Open at 10:30 AM
- July 6th: Closed
- September 6th: Closed
Fall & Winter Holiday Hours
- November 25th: Closed
- November 26th: Closed
- December 24th: Closed
- December 31st: Closed
Practice Location Information:
3580 Piedmont Rd NE, Ste 207
Atlanta, GA 30305
Where’s an Oral Surgery Center Near Me?
With locations throughout the greater Atlanta and Athens areas, we’re sure to have an oral surgery center near you. We made it a goal to have quality oral surgical care available to as many patients as possible.
Our Atlanta location is 3580 Piedmont Rd. NE, Suite 207 in the Tuxedo Center. Our building is smack between South Tuxedo Park and Buckhead Forest, each located near three major parkways—Roswell, Peachtree, and J. Harvey Mathis Pkwy.
We’re just down the street from the Punchline Comedy Club and the AMC Dine-in Buckhead 6, where you can enjoy a movie and dinner all in the same location.
What Type of Oral Surgery Can You Get at our Atlanta Center?
We offer the full range of services from simple procedures, like Botox and tooth extractions, all the way to advanced procedures like dental implants and facial reconstructions. Regardless of the type of care you need, you’ll be treated by highly qualified professionals.
Part of our philosophy is we don’t just talk about your physical well-being but your emotions as well. We understand the prospect of surgery can be frightening. Because of that, we will make sure you know exactly what to expect and talk you through each stage of your treatment, including any rehabilitation which may be necessary.
Implants and Surgical
- Dental Implants
- All-on-4 Dental Implants
- Mini Implants
- Atlanta Zirconia Dental Implants
- Bone Grafting
- Facial Collapse
- Wisdom Teeth
A Day Off After Dental Surgery
Everyone deserves a day or two off after major dental care. If you’re looking to take in the sites before heading back to the daily grind, Atlanta was a major player in both the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. To shed some light on these events there are two museums, the Atlanta History Center and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.
In more recent history the Centennial Olympic Park, used in the 1996 Olympics now houses the massive Georgia Aquarium. This public aquarium houses 10 million gallons of both marine and salt water, where more than 100,000 animals live peacefully. For those who don’t feel like getting out during their recovery, they even have webcams for your viewing from home. Including the piranha tank. Now those are some teeth!