At Whitewater Oral Surgery Group, we want our patients to have a great experience and feel confident about their decision to come to us. Drs. Kevin Kempers, Eric Nelson, Justin Hastings, and Paul Clark are qualified oral surgeons dedicated to improving oral health outcomes for patients of all ages. We perform a broad scope of oral and cosmetic surgery procedures. Click on the icons below to learn more about us, the treatments we offer, and what to expect.
Dental implants replace one or more teeth to restore facial aesthetics and improve oral health. Our practice even offers ceramic and zygomatic implants.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth tend to erupt during the mid to late teen years. Since they are prone to complications, they are often removed before problems can arise.
Also known as corrective jaw surgery, orthognathic surgery is a life-transforming procedure that brings the jaw into alignment to improve eating, speaking, and breathing.
Using dental implants to secure a complete upper or lower dental prosthesis in place, full-arch restoration is a secure and long-term solution for a brilliant smile.
General Tooth Extraction
A tooth may need to be removed due to decay, injury, or disease. Extraction may also be a part of dental treatment, such as dental implants or braces.
Our practice offers several cosmetic treatment options to meet your goals in a safe and state-of-the-art practice. View a complete list of treatments on our Cosmetics page.
Bone grafting is a common oral surgery procedure. Granulated bone material is placed into a specific area of the jaw to promote new bone growth.
An impacted tooth is a tooth that is partially or completely stuck beneath the gums. An oral surgeon and an orthodontist work together to treat an impacted canine.
Pre-prosthetic surgery reshapes the contours of a patient’s mouth to provide a snug and comfortable fit from their dental prosthesis.
Facial Trauma Treatment
Oral surgeons have undergone years of education and training to understand, repair, and restore the structures, aesthetics, and function of the face.
While most changes to the mouth are temporary and benign, having a professional evaluation by an oral health specialist is recommended.
Cleft Lip & Palate Repair
A cleft lip and/or palate requires surgical correction from a team of specialists. Learn how oral surgeons play an important role in any facial cleft repair.
Oral surgery may be recommended to correct severe cases of sleep apnea, or when conservative treatments do not correct the issue.
Clicking, locking, pain, and popping of the jaw may be a TMJ disorder. Surgical treatment may help when conservative measures cannot provide adequate relief.