Oral Maxillofacial Surgery at Denver Health
Oral Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) is surgery of the mouth, face, head and neck. The OMFS surgeons at Denver Health are board-certified in OMFS, meaning they have advanced training treating injuries and abnormalities that affect the face, head and neck. Whether you need a routine office visit, outpatient surgery or have a very complex need, we have expertise and vast experience that will give you the best outcome for your situation.
Choose Denver Health
If you or a loved one has an injury to or condition affecting the face, head or neck, you want to know you're receiving expert care from caring professionals. Correcting problems of the face, head and neck is delicate work and requires great skill. The face and neck are where the senses of smell, taste, hearing and seeing originate. It's also where vital functions like breathing, swallowing, talking and, of course, smiling occur. You want to know you are in good hands. Choose Denver Health. Our physicians have advanced training and extensive experience treating children and adults of all ages.
From Tooth Removal to Facial Reconstruction
At Denver Health, the Oral Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) team sees thousands of patients for consultation and treatment of issues related to the face, head and neck. From more common procedures, like wisdom teeth removal and tooth replacement, to very complex procedures, like facial reconstruction following a serious accident, you can expect the best at Denver Health. Because the face involves many functions, the OMFS team coordinates with experts in Ophthalmology, Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT), Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery, and others as needed to ensure the best outcome for each patient. We take great care to ensure your comfort and safety.
Always Here for You
The OMFS team is available 24/7. That means if your junior league athlete breaks his or her nose or knocks out the front teeth on Sunday afternoon, you'll have access to excellent care when you need it. If grandma wakes up late at night with face swelling from a tooth infection, you can get her the care she needs when she needs it.
We accept most forms of insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid. We accept self referrals and physician referrals.
Routine care and scheduled clinic appointments can be made through our clinic by calling
(303) 602-8238. For urgent issues come to the Denver Health Urgent Care or Denver Health Emergency Department. For serious or life-threatening emergencies call 911.