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Oral Surgery in Tampa, Florida

Laugh, smile, and chew with greater comfort and confidence through oral surgery at Mosaic Oral Surgery.

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Meet Dr. Mitchell.

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Meet Dr. Mitchell.

Dr. Mark W. Mitchell is board certified in oral and maxillofacial surgery and specializes in surgical restoration of the oral cavity. He has been serving patients in Tampa and surrounding communities for more than 30 years and is highly regarded as a surgeon and educator.

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Meet Dr. Mehta

Dr. Uday Mehta is licensed to practice both dentistry and medicine, and he is board certified in oral and maxillofacial surgery. His areas of focus include dentoalveolar surgery, implant and bone grafting surgery, orthognathic and corrective jaw surgery, management of oral pathology, and management of temporomandibular joint disorders.

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Meet Dr. Young

Dr. Shaun Young is a Tampa native who has extensive training and practice in dentoalveolar surgery, implants and bone grafting, orthognathic surgery, maxillofacial trauma and reconstruction oral pathology, and temporomandibular joint surgery. He is passionate about serving diverse populations and creating a lasting impact on patients’ oral health.

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Meet Dr. Landrian

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Meet Dr. Landrian

Dr. Samuel Landrian holds degrees in both dentistry and medicine and has completed extensive anesthesia training. His practice focuses on outpatient ambulatory anesthesia, dentoalveolar surgery, dental implants, corrective jaw surgery, facial trauma, reconstruction, and benign pathology. He is passionate about providing quality, personalized care aligned with each patients’ needs.

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We Offer A Variety Of Procedures

Dental Implants

Dental implants offer a long-lasting, fixed solution to missing teeth. They serve as a replacement tooth root to prevent bone loss and preserve facial structure. Implants support replacement teeth that function like natural teeth.

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All-on-4 Implants

All-on-4 dental implants anchor a full upper or lower arch prosthetic in place using just four implants. Replacement teeth are non-removable and remain firmly affixed, and the implants stimulate the jaw to prevent bone loss.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Oftentimes the jaw is not large enough to accommodate 4 additional molars without compromising existing teeth and overall oral health. Wisdom teeth removal safely extracts these teeth to prevent or correct issues.

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Facial Surgery

Accidents and injuries happen. Our doctors are trained to treat facial trauma ranging from fractures of jaw, eye socket, nose, or cheek to lacerations and knocked out (avulsed) teeth. With extensive knowledge of facial structure, nerves, and surgical techniques, they perform facial surgery to repair injuries and function while striving to maintain aesthetics and minimize scarring.

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Bone Grafts

To ensure proper support and stability for dental implants and repair defects of the jaw, adequate bone mass is essential. Bone grafting is used to stimulate new bone growth and add volume and strength to weakened areas. Grafts may be harvested from the patient or other sources, or synthetic materials can be used to encourage bone regeneration.

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Jaw Surgery

Jaw surgery, or orthognathic surgery, is used to reposition the jaw so that the upper and lower jaws as well as the teeth are correctly aligned. Surgery is often combined with orthodontics for comprehensive treatment to address an overbite, underbite, or open bite. Jaw surgery can also help alleviate TMJ disorders, breathing problems, and chewing or swallowing issues.

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Oral Pathology

Oral pathology is an effective way of evaluating changes to the skin that lines the mouth, including lumps, sores, red or white patches, or other concerns, to determine whether they are signs of oral cancer or another problem. The mouth should be examined regularly for warning signs and any irregularities addressed swiftly.

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Our Patients Love Us

“The MOSAIC staff is courteous, friendly and helpful. Dr. Mitchell is great. Explained everything well, was very thorough in the care I needed with a failed implant. He recommended a few options to move forward and took all the time I needed to answer all my questions. A++”

Sandy L.

“My experience with Mosaic and the entire office was exceptional! Dr. Mehta and his staff were extremely friendly and professional! I felt very cared for I would highly recommend them for your oral surgery needs! I am thankful to have found someone to trust!”

Kim R.

We're Here For All Your Needs

Patient Registration

We make it easy to pre-register with our practice by providing electronic documentation. Fill out these forms online, and when you arrive for your first appointment, your information will be in our system.

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Make A Payment

Did you receive a bill from our office or need to make a payment toward your account? You can quickly and securely pay online through our website. We strive to make the process easy.

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Join Our Team

Are you energetic and personable with a passion for helping others? We invite you join our team in a variety of administrative or clinical roles. We will train you – no previous dental experience required!

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Botox

Oral surgeons have a deep understanding of the anatomy of the face, making them a great option for providing Botox injections. We know how and where to administer injections to create natural looking results and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Botox may be used across the forehead or brows, around the eyes, or at the corners of the mouth to relax muscles and smooth wrinkles. Treatment is fast, virtually painless, and requires no downtime, allowing you to get back to your normal activities immediately. Multiple treatments may be necessary to achieve desired results.

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TMJ

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is located on either side of the face where your jaws and skull meet. When there is damage, stress, or inflammation to the joint, or the jaws are misaligned, it can cause pain, popping sensations, or difficulty chewing or opening the mouth wide. Clenching or grinding your teeth may make pain worse. We offer a wide range of conservative treatment option to treat TMJ disorders including rest, dietary changes, dental appliances, muscle relaxants, and stress management. In severe cases, jaw surgery or bite adjustments may be required to correct issues and alleviate discomfort.

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