When you are facing the need for oral surgery, it is essential to find an oral surgeon you can trust to provide you with knowledgeable, compassionate care. MOSAIC Maxillofacial Surgical Arts & Implant Centers offers an extensive range of oral surgery services to the Clearwater, FL, community. Our team’s years of experience in the field of oral surgery can help you have a healthy smile.
Meet the Team
The oral surgery team at MOSAIC in Clearwater, FL, comprises five highly trained doctors who can take care of all of your oral surgery needs.
Mark W. Mitchell, D.D.S., has been serving the community of Clearwater for over 30 years. He has double board certification as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon and is the section chief of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Mease/Morton Plant Hospital.
Meet Dr. Mitchell
Uday Mehta is a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, D.M.D., M.D. He is also board-certified and licensed to practice medicine and dentistry in Florida.
Meet Dr. Mehta
Shaun R. Young, D.D.S., completed his oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at Emory University and went on to serve as Administrative Chief Resident. He has experience working with diverse communities in the area through community hospitals.
Meet Dr. Young
Samual Landrian, D.M.D., M.D., completed his residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the University of Maryland and served as the chief administrative resident. His areas of experience include dentoalveolar surgery, corrective jaw surgery, and more.
Meet Dr. Landrian
Clayton Hamrick, D.M.D., M.D., is a member of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He has provided patient care at the University of Florida’s oral and maxillofacial surgery resident center, the UF Health Implant Dentistry, and the Student Oral Surgery center.
Meet Dr. Hamrick
Our Oral Surgery Procedures
MOSAIC provides many types of oral surgery procedures in Clearwater, FL.
A dental implant can maintain the integrity of the jawbone and adjacent teeth by functioning like a substitute tooth. Three parts make up the dental implant: the titanium post, the visible porcelain crown, and the abutment that connects the post to the crown.
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All-on-4® Treatment Concept
If you are missing many or all of your teeth, the All-on-4® dental implant option can provide a long-lasting solution that does not require multiple surgeries. With this procedure, your surgeon can attach an entire set of lower or upper replacement teeth using as few as four implants.
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A bone grafting procedure helps with placing dental implants, oral function optimization, and facial structure preservation. The bone graft restores the volume of bone density needed for these purposes.
Learn About Bone Grafting
Some of the roots of your upper teeth extend up to the maxillary sinuses, which are above your upper teeth and behind your cheeks. If you have missing upper teeth, a thin bone wall remains on which it is difficult to place implants. A sinus lift raises the sinus floor and allows new bone to grow.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
If your wisdom teeth erupt at an angle or do not appear at all, you can feel discomfort and have a higher risk of developing gum disease. Wisdom teeth removal procedures help fix this so that you can avoid complications later.
Learn About Wisdom Teeth Removal
An impacted tooth is one that is stuck and cannot emerge through the gums. Because your canines are essential to your bite, finding ways of treating the impacted tooth instead of removing it is essential.
If you have a tooth too damaged or decayed to keep in the smile, the best option is to extract it. A tooth extraction procedure completely removes the tooth and leaves room for replacement options like a dental implant.
Learn About Tooth Extractions
Corrective Jaw Surgery
Corrective jaw surgery can correct problems with how your upper and lower jaws align. It can help with overbites and underbites, open bites, and TMJ disorders.
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Facial Trauma Reconstruction
Facial trauma can involve the teeth, bones, and skin. Reconstruction can help repair these injuries and return your mouth and face to a healthy, functional state.
Learn About Facial Truama Reconstruction
The TMJ joint is what connects your skull to your jaw. TMJ disorders prevent the joint from working correctly, and there are surgical treatment options that can help.
Our Additional Procedures
At MOSAIC in Clearwater, FL, you can also have access to other procedures.
Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) comes from your blood. PRF allows your body to heal at an accelerated rate because of the growth factors it offers.
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Exparel® is a numbing agent that is non-addictive and long-lasting. It is an alternative to using opioids after a surgical procedure.
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BOTOX® is a neuromodulator that temporarily paralyzes targeted muscles. This prevents your brain from sending the muscles the signals that cause them to contract, giving you a smoother, more youthful appearance.
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JUVÉDERM is a dermal filler that can offer volume and smoothness to targeted areas. It is especially helpful for smile lines and marionette lines.
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MOSAIC offers cone beam CT scans to help diagnose problems. This type of technology enables quick and accurate imaging for optimized treatment plans.
Learn About 3D Imaging
Oral pathology focuses on treating the skin or mucosa on the inside of your mouth. Our doctors perform biopsies to determine whether a lesion is cancerous or benign and offer treatment.
Learn About Oral Pathology
Turn to MOSAIC for All of Your Oral Surgery Needs in Clearwater, FL
At MOSAIC, you can get an accurate diagnosis and the right treatment options for your individual needs from some of the most experienced surgeons in the field. Learn more about MOSAIC Maxillofacial Surgical Arts & Implant Center by calling (727) 791-6529 to schedule a consultation today.