Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Procedures

Personalized Care

Feel good about your treatment plan. Our collaborative approach means you’ll have a team of experts working to meet your needs, improve your oral health, and boost your confidence.

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Personalized Care

Feel good about your treatment plan. Our collaborative approach means you’ll have a team of experts working to meet your needs, improve your oral health, and boost your confidence.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth removal is a safe and common oral surgery procedure. Most dental health professionals recommend wisdom tooth extraction as a preventive measure, since untreated wisdom teeth can cause a host of complications. Our providers are specially qualified to treat simple and complex cases with the highest level of care and expertise. We’ll make sure you or your child have a comfortable and gentle wisdom teeth removal experience.

Dental Implants

Improved oral health meets the smile you deserve. Dental implants are a permanent tooth restoration solution designed to prevent bone loss, preserve facial balance, and restore the look and function of natural teeth. Our in-house oral surgeons and prosthodontists work hand in hand and use the latest surgical techniques to ensure you keep smiling long after your treatment.

Jaw Surgery

The goal of corrective jaw surgery is to optimize the function of the jaw for improved eating, speaking, and breathing. Also known as orthognathic surgery, corrective jaw surgery is a life-changing procedure for those with moderate to severe jaw misalignment. Our jaw surgery experts are passionate about restoring functionality and facial balance. With a customized treatment plan and a team of specialists in your corner, Carolinas Center for Oral & Facial Surgery is your destination for improved health and well-being.

TMJ Treatment

A TMJ disorder occurs when the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is not functioning the way it should. Although conservative treatments can be successful, cases that are moderate, severe, or chronic in nature may benefit from surgical treatment. Our specialists have decades of experience successfully treating TMJ disorders. We’ll take the time to understand your unique condition and oral health goals before creating a plan for treatment.

Orofacial Pain Management

The cause and type of orofacial pain is different for each patient. With a range of symptoms and treatment options, it’s important for you to receive an accurate diagnosis and for your doctor to have a precise understanding of your condition. As a provider with a patient-first approach and one of only two board-certified orofacial pain specialists in South Carolina, Dr. Mary Charles Haigler can find the right solution for you.

Cleft & Craniofacial

When the two sides of the face fail to join properly in utero, a cleft lip, cleft palate, or both occur. A cleft lip or cleft palate are common examples of craniofacial disorders, although there are many types of craniofacial anomalies. Treatment for a craniofacial disorder is unique to every patient, and most options recommend treatment at a young age. Our team of specialists use every resource at their disposal and undergo rigorous planning to meet your child’s unique needs and deliver a safe and successful treatment.


Carolinas Center for Oral & Facial Surgery boasts a broad scope of specialized oral and surgery treatments for patients across the Carolinas.

Using as few as four dental implant posts to secure the prosthesis in place, full-arch restoration replaces an entire upper or lower arch of teeth.

Since third molars are prone to complications, most dental health professionals recommend their removal before they cause problems.

When a canine tooth is partially or completely stuck beneath the gums, it is said to be impacted. Treatment for an impacted canine involves an oral surgeon and an orthodontist.

When an injury or trauma occurs to the face, neck, mouth, or jaw, an oral surgeon is the qualified expert you need to restore functionality and esthetics.

Granulated bone material is placed into a specific area of the jaw to promote new bone growth and successfully support a dental implant.

Dental implants are the ideal replacement for dentures because they are comfortable, convenient, and protect oral health.

A cleft lip and/or palate requires surgical correction from a team of specialists. An oral surgeon is an important part of this team.

Our oral surgeons will create a treatment plan to ensure you are comfortable throughout the procedure and experience a smooth recovery.

We specialize in diagnosing and treating oral and facial pain, which is caused by an underlying issue of the oral structures, allowing our patients to live pain-free lives.

A professional evaluation by an oral health specialist is recommended to identify and treat any abnormalities in the mouth.

Our TMJ specialists have decades of experience providing TMJ treatment successfully, especially for those with a severe TMJ disorder.

Corrective jaw surgery brings the jaw into alignment and improves eating, speaking, and breathing. Most patients who undergo this procedure consider it life-changing.

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you are not alone. Oral surgery may be recommended for severe cases, or when conservative treatments fail to correct the issue.

Dental implants restore balance to the face and improve oral health by replacing one or more teeth with an implant post and natural-looking crown.

Meet Our Patients

Tinsley found her jaw surgery to be life changing. She loves how she can now walk into a room and feel comfortable with her smile.

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