Trauma to the mouth can be devastating for your health and self-confidence. The jawbone is the strongest bone in the face and one of the hardest bones in your body. Despite this strength, there are times that the jaw undergoes trauma so severe it requires surgery. Read our blog post to learn about the jaw injuries that require oral surgery.
Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, typically emerge in late adolescence or early adulthood. However, what if you haven’t had them removed and you’re well beyond your teenage years? Read our blog post to find out about wisdom teeth removal and age.
We understand that getting oral surgery can be a nerve-wracking experience. Our goal is to ensure that the procedure goes as smoothly as possible from start to finish, including your recovery period. Read our blog post for our top tips for post oral-surgery recovery.
When selecting a dental surgeon for your care, it’s important to find an experienced and trustworthy healthcare professional who best suits your dental needs and budget. There are certain factors to consider when picking the right dental surgeon for your care! Check out our blog post for details.
Dental implants are a permanent, versatile tooth replacement! They’re made from a small titanium post and an artificial tooth such as a crown, bridge, or dentures. The procedure requires surgery, so what should you expect after getting dental implants? Read our blog post for answers to some commonly asked questions.
At the very back of your mouth, you have a third set of molars called “wisdom teeth.” Most people get these teeth between 15-25 years old. While they aren’t a problem for some people, many need their wisdom teeth removed. Read our blog post to learn about the original purpose of wisdom teeth.
Wisdom tooth extraction can be a rite of passage or a relief from persistent jaw pain due to impacted teeth. Whichever way you view wisdom teeth removal, one thing will always be shared — post-op wisdom teeth care. Read our blog post for tips!
Tooth loss can happen for many reasons, including decay, age, gum disease, or dental trauma. Dental bridges are a common tooth loss solution. Read our blog post to find out if this treatment requires oral surgery.
Dr. Dipesh Sitaram is an experienced and talented oral surgeon. In addition to continuing his work at Dental Solutions of Columbus, he will also be on staff at St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis! Read our blog post to learn more about Dr. Sitaram’s credentials and what this new position at St. Francis Hospital can do for your smile!
Where to Find Us
We're conveniently located in the Shoppes at River Bend, just off of 46 West. When you book an appointment, we reserve that block specifically for you so you can have valuable, one-on-one time with your dentist. We want to get to know you as a person and make meaningful relationships with our Columbus, Indiana community. We hope you’ll stop by sometime soon!
Dental Solutions of Columbus is proud to offer comprehensive family dentistry to patients in Columbus, Garden City, Nashville, Woodville Hills, Bloomington, and Walesboro. If you're looking for a qualified dentist in or near Bartholomew County, Brown County, or Monroe County, we'd like to invite you to schedule a visit with our team. Our sister practice is also happy to serve patients in the Austin and San Antonio Metropolitan area. We are committed to keeping our care convenient and accessible for our valued patients in the greater Columbus area!