Oral Surgery Procedures in Albuquerque, NM


Our Services

Rio Grande Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center provides oral surgery procedures in Albuquerque, NM. Call 505-821-2111 to learn more and schedule your appointment. 

At Rio Grande Oral Surgery, we offer a comprehensive list of surgical dental procedures. Although we specialize in dental implants, we also offer wisdom teeth removal, bone grafting, impacted canines, facial trauma, and more. We strive to use only the latest and best treatment methods and invest in the most advanced technology. 

Did you know that oral surgery today can impact your tomorrow? Many oral surgery procedures are designed to provide you with a jaw and teeth that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. This could be investing in natural-looking dental implants, reconstructing the jaw after facial trauma, or one of our many other procedures. 

We understand that the idea of oral surgery can be scary, but our team of dental professionals handles your needs with care and comfort every step of the way. 

Schedule an appointment with our office today.


Frequently Asked Questions


What are the most common types of oral surgery?

Oral surgeons perform many different surgical procedures in and around the mouth and the jaw. However, the most common are often extraction of the wisdom teeth, dental implants, bone grafting, and corrective jaw surgeries. 

Is an oral surgeon a dentist?

Yes. An oral surgeon is a dentist who specializes in oral surgery.

Is oral surgery considered major surgery?

Just like in the medical field, oral surgery can involve both minor surgeries, such as those that are very routine, and major surgeries, such as those that are more labor-intensive and complex.

Do you feel any pain during oral surgery?

No, you will not feel any pain or discomfort during oral surgery. At Rio Grande Oral Surgery, your comfort is our priority and that’s why we offer different levels of anesthesia in our office, including local anesthesia, nitrous oxide, IV sedation, and general anesthesia.

How long does it take to get dental implants?

The process of getting dental implants involves patience. If your bone density is not where it needs to be to secure the implant, you will have to undergo bone grafting – and will need to wait until the bone is ready to proceed. Then, once the artificial root is implanted, it needs to have time to fuse together with the bone before the abutment and crown can be attached.

Although the process may take some time, the lifelong benefit you will receive from your dental implant is well worth the wait.  

Call 505-821-2111 to schedule your appointment.