Columbia Basin Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons offers the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery to patients of all ages in the Kennewick area. Each of our offices is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, where you can expect to receive gentle and comprehensive care by our passionate team. Every patient is different, and whether you’re looking for replacements for missing or damaged teeth or have recently suffered a traumatic facial injury, our oral surgeons have undergone years of extensive training to assess and treat a wide range of oral surgery conditions.
Many patients who come to our practice have never undergone oral surgery treatment and may not know what to expect. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! We are happy to offer access to our website, where you can find detailed information about all of the procedures we offer, office locations, backgrounds of our specialists, and other helpful information.
A dental implant is a revolutionary tooth replacement option that can replace one or more missing teeth with fully functioning, natural-looking artificial teeth.Learn more
There often isn’t enough room in the mouth to accommodate this extra set of molars. Since complications can arise from untreated wisdom teeth, we recommend removing them early.Learn more
If you have multiple missing or failing teeth, a full-arch restoration procedure can replace an entire arch of teeth using as few as four dental implant posts.Learn more
If a tooth is badly decayed and unable to be saved, it may need to be extracted in order to protect the health of your remaining teeth.Learn more
If there is not enough stable bone in your jaw, a bone graft can be performed, which promotes the growth of new bone in a specific area to support a future implant.Learn more
Jaw surgery can be performed to correct problems caused by misaligned jaws, such as difficulties speaking or an improper bite.Learn more
Traumatic injuries to the face, mouth, or head require attention and care from a trained oral surgeon, who works to ensure your facial structures heal properly.Learn more
A cleft lip or cleft palate is a birth defect that occurs when an area of the mouth does not form properly during development and can be treated with oral surgery.Learn more
If a canine tooth is trapped beneath the gums and cannot emerge, it is considered to be impacted and is treated with an expose and bond procedure.Learn more
Oral pathology refers to any disease or cancer in the oral or facial region and requires special diagnosis and treatment by a highly trained oral surgeon.Learn more
By slowly separating bone segments, new bone can grow in between them to repair defects in the facial bone or prepare for implant placement.Learn more »
Pre-prosthetic surgery can be performed to your teeth before you receive dentures to ensure your future oral appliance fits comfortably in your mouth.Learn more »