Your Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon in Concord NH

Central New Hampshire Oral Surgery

It is our pleasure to serve you. Our caring, well-trained staff hope to make you as comfortable as possible during your treatment.

Our goal is to provide the care that you need in the most pleasant way possible. We’ll do our very best to treat you the way we would want our own families treated. Many (you’ve got lots of company !) of our patients come to us fearful of oral surgery. We’ll work hard to hear you say: “Gee, that wasn’t so bad”! at the end of your care with us.

 

Dr. Levy is devoted to treating you as a unique person, not as another “oral surgical procedure”.

Call us at Central New Hampshire Oral Surgery Phone Number 603-228-9050 to make an appointment.

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**Summertime Wisdom Tooth Care Improved Availability**

Students are often told to “have your wisdom teeth removed” when they see their dentist on Summer Break. Often, the Oral surgeon you or your Parent first called can’t accommodate your schedule.

Dr. Levy and Staff are making a special scheduling effort to help high school or college students on a tight schedule this Summer!

Many patients don’t know that you aren’t “required” to go to the first Specialist whom your dentist suggested. Please see our “Wisdom Teeth” page. We’ll work with your schedule if at all possible.


Oral & Maxillofacial Services


Online Patient Forms

To save your time, please download and fill out our Patient Health History & Registration Form and our Insurance Form at home. Please bring them to our office at your first visit.


Wisdom Teeth Concord, NH

Wisdom teeth that are trapped in the jaw are often called impacted teeth. The removal of wisdom teeth is often necessary when they can’t properly grow into the mouth. In addition, many wisdom teeth grow sideways, partially break through the gum, or remain trapped completely beneath the gum.

Anesthesia or IV sedation Concord, NH

Many people are very anxious about having oral surgery. You are definitely not alone. After talking with Dr. Levy at your consultation, both of you will decide which anesthesia option might benefit you. These options range from “novocaine”, possibly with nitrous oxide (“laughing gas” ), to general anesthesia. Dr. Levy will review the pros and cons of each at your consultation.

TMJ Disorder Concord, NH

The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders are related to your jaw joints. If you have had symptoms like pain, limited jaw opening or a “clicking” sound, you’ll be glad to know that these problems are more easily diagnosed and treated than they were in the past.