to the Oral Facial Surgery Institute &
Center in St. Louis,
Missouri. We represent the leading-edge in our area of medical and dental care
in terms of technology, expertise, and client satisfaction.
Maxillofacial Surgeons are dental specialists who treat conditions of
the teeth, mouth, jaws and face. The specialty encompasses diagnosis,
surgical and related management of disease, injury and defect of both
the functional and aesthetic aspects of the oral and maxillofacial
regions including preventive, reconstructive and emergency care. Oral
and maxillofacial surgery requires up to 6 additional years of
hospital-based surgical, medical and anesthesia training after the
completion of undergraduate work and dental school.
With specialized knowledge in pain control and advanced training in
anesthesia, the oral and maxillofacial surgeon is able to provide
quality care with maximum patient comfort and safety in an office
The surgeons of
our 21-year-old practice frequently perform oral surgical procedures
such as wisdom-tooth removal, bone grafting, and dental implant
placement. They are nationally and internationally recognized experts,
receiving referrals throughout the
for the treatment of complex surgical cases such as temporomandibular
joint surgery, facial cosmetic surgery, the diagnosis and treatment of
benign and malignant pathology, corrective jaw surgery, and
microsurgical nerve repair.
Oral Facial Surgery and Implant Center Welcomes its Newest
10200 West Main St.
Belleville, IL 62223
Our Doctors for
the Belleville Loacation are:
Miller, DDS, MS
Dyer, DDS, MS
The mission of the
doctors and staff at Oral Facial Surgery Institute is to provide
the highest level of comprehensive oral and maxillofacial
patient care in a personable and comfortable setting by treating
each patient as an individual with unique concerns and needs.
dedicated to developing new expertise in both clinical care and
surgical techniques as they arise through actively participating
in continuing education as both students and teachers, and by
participating in clinical research and publishing in both
national and international journals. We are a group of
individuals, supporting each other in a commitment to
excellence, making significant contributions to the future of
oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Michael Noble, Oral Facial Surgery Institute and Implant Center
- Implants are one of the most significant breakthroughs
in dentistry in the last 50 years, revolutionizing how we treat
patients with missing teeth. They stimulate bone the same way
tooth roots do, preserving oral and cosmetic health. Fixed
bridgework to replace a missing tooth involves grinding down and
crowning adjacent teeth to support the artificial tooth. But an
implant is more natural and doesn’t harm the adjacent
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