Our Procedures

Dr. Foxson is board-certified and offers the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures to patients in Naperville, IL. Are you wondering if it’s time to get your wisdom teeth removed? Do you suspect the presence of an oral pathology? We’ve got you covered. Explore our procedure pages below to learn more about the various oral surgery services that we provide.

Dental implant getting placed on implant post

Dental Implants

This tooth replacement option has the ability to replace one or more missing teeth with natural-looking implant-supported teeth.

Impacted wisdom tooth

Wisdom Teeth Removal

We recommend removing wisdom teeth early before a host of oral health issues can arise, such as pain, infection, swelling, cysts, and tumors.

Dental implants being attached to gums

All-on-4® Treatment Concept

Our practice uses state-of-the-art technology and equipment to restore one or both arches of teeth with the All-on-4 procedure.

Illustration of bone grafting material being applied to gums

Bone Grafting

A bone graft is placed in an area where more bone is desired, promoting new bone growth and creating a stable place for a future dental implant.

Tooth being extracted

General Tooth Extraction

Sometimes, a tooth may not be savable and needs to be extracted in order to preserve the health of the remaining teeth, gums, or surrounding bone.

Impacted tooth being treated to become exposed

Expose and Bond

Exposure and bonding involves your oral surgeon and orthodontist working together to help an impacted tooth erupt into a normal position.

Additional Procedures

Facial Trauma

Oral surgeons are specially trained to treat facial trauma, such as broken jaws, lacerations, and teeth that have been knocked out or moved.

Oral Pathology

Abnormalities to the smooth, coral pink lining of your mouth could indicate the presence of a pathology, which may be a sign of oral cancer.

Pre-Prosthetic Surgery

Pre-prosthetic surgery is performed by your oral surgeon to ensure your dentures fit comfortably and securely in your mouth.

Orthognathic Surgery

Corrective jaw surgery, also known as orthognathic surgery, can fix the alignment of the jaws for normal chewing and function.