State of the Art Procedures. Personalized Care.
Whether you need wisdom teeth extracted, a dental implant inserted, jaw surgery, or facial rejuvenation, you only want to work with the best maxillofacial and oral surgeons in Hot Springs.
AOMS offers decades of surgical expertise and a passion for excellence that only comes with focused specialization.
If you are considering oral or face surgery in Hot Springs, Arkansas Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons offers the most experienced and talented surgeons in the area. We are dedicated to providing you with a comfortable, compassionate experience and life-changing results.
Losing your teeth can make you self conscious and cause volume loss in your jaw. Dental implants can help you rebuild your smile and restore functionality.
Wisdom tooth removal is a very common and simple procedure. Our gentle, compassionate surgical team will walk you through the process step-by-step.
Oral Cancer Treatment
Our skilled oral surgeons will help you develop a comprehensive treatment plan to detect, treat, and remove any signs of oral cancer.
Cosmetic Facial Surgery
From first consultations to recovery, the AOMS surgical team is here to support you through every step of your cosmetic facial surgery.
Botox and Dermal Fillers
Miss the elasticity and fullness your skin used to have? Botox and dermal fillers are an easy, subtle way to give you the contours and smoothness you desire.
Bone grafting allows us to grow the bone implants you need to restore your jaw’s functionality and aesthetic appearance.
Corrective Jaw Surgery
Corrective jaw surgery can restore bite functionality and improve the alignment of your smile. It can also improve wear on your teeth, jaw pain, sleep apnea, and a receding chin or jawline.
Ask about our 3D Imaging and Cone Beam Computed Tomography
Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is a 3-Dimensional imaging modality providing the best possible maxillofacial imaging techniques available today. It allows allows us to obtain images of the skull and jawbones in a relatively short period of time (approximately 10-15 seconds), all while lowering ionizing radiation exposure to the patient.