Shelby Oral facial surgery
Committed to excellence in oral surgery and to exceptional service to our community, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons N. Ryan Livingston, DMD, MD and Joshua E. Everts, DDS, MD welcome you to Community Oral Facial Surgery in Shelby, AL.
Active and innovative, we are involved in many aspects of the Shelby community and repeatedly seek to improve our practices through continued education, advanced technology upgrades, and safety training. Our oral surgery services include dental implants, extractions, correction of jaw deformities and treatment of oral diseases, and we look forward to treating each of our patients as our neighbor.
We understand that wisdom teeth removal can sound intimidating and even scary to kids, so our friendly staff invites you and your teen to schedule a consultation to discuss your questions and concerns. If your child is between the ages of 17 and 25, this is the ideal window of opportunity for a comfortable, safe and complication-free extraction.
As a premier provider of all types of teeth replacement options, our number one goal is to provide your missing tooth with a replacement that is long lasting and looks natural. We invite you to schedule a consultation in which our surgeons can fully examine your jaw, take 3D scans, and determine the treatment that would be right for you. We offer a full menu of implant treatments, including Guided surgery, All-on-4, Conus, Over-denture Implants, and Immediate Implants. Our primary goal is a happy, healthy smile on each member of your family!
At Community Oral Facial Surgery, we are proud to offer a full suite of professional and safe sedation services for every dental treatment that we provide. We believe that sedation options are an essential part of offering comfort and ease during dental procedures, and thankfully, there are a wide variety of choices available to us today. We can block pain, calm nerves, and even give you restful sleep while we carry out your treatments.
Some Fun facts about Alabaster:
- Where is Alabaster? It is a sprawling suburban city in Shelby County, Alabama, whose population tripled between 1980 and 2000.
- How did Alabaster get its name? Its name refers to the white calcium carbonate mineral mined in the area.
- How old is the population in Alabaster? The average age of an Alabaster resident is 33 years old.
- Alabaster is in Shelby county? The county was named for Isaac Shelby, a hero of the King’s Mountain Battle during the Revolutionary War.
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Shelby Oral Facial Surgery
420 1st Street North
Alabaster, AL 35007
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