Oral Care During COVID-19

Bi-State Oral and Facial Surgery

We are offering dental emergency fixes

As an oral and maxillofacial surgery practice, we must close our doors to all aspects of care EXCEPT DENTAL EMERGENCIES AND URGENT CARE.

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What constitutes a dental emergency?

What qualifies as urgent dental care?

Dental Emergencies/Urgent Care

(When to call your oral surgeon)

  • Uncontrolled Bleeding
  • Painful Swelling in or around Your Mouth, Face, or Neck
  • Pain from Tooth/Teeth or Jawbone
  • Gum Infection with Pain or Swelling
  • Broken or Knocked Out Tooth/Teeth from Trauma
  • Biopsy of Abnormal Tissue
  • Dental Treatment Required Prior to Critical Medical Procedures

Call now: Alton Office Phone Number 618-462-1646

What Our Patients are Saying

Bi-State Oral and Facial Surgery

5 out of 5 stars based on 1 reviews.

Patient Review By Rebecca M

Thank you so much for making a severely dreaded but NEEDED appointment go seamlessly. Walked away feeling relieved and thankful for kind people.

- Rebecca M

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Non-Emergency Oral Surgical Procedures

(When it’s safe to wait)

  • Missing Tooth/Teeth
  • Treatment of Non-Painful Cavities
  • Regular Cleanings, Exams and X-rays
  • Follow Up Visits

Bi-State Oral and Facial Surgery

If you develop fever, oral/facial/neck swelling, or pus, please do not hesitate to call our office.

Alton Office Phone Number 618-462-1646

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