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Many oral health conditions, from removing extraneous molars to replacing other teeth that have been lost, require a surgical solution. MOSAIC Maxillofacial Surgical Arts & Implant Center provides oral surgery treatments for the Westchase community by our respected oral surgeons in Tampa. We look forward to helping you stay healthy.

Our Surgical Team

At MOSAIC, you can rely on our skilled oral surgery team to take care of all of your oral surgery needs. Each of our oral surgeons focuses on the safety and comfort of our patients during every procedure, all while encouraging optimal results from treatment.

Mark W. Mitchell, D.D.S., is a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, as well as a diplomat of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. 
Meet Dr. Mitchell

Uday Mehta, D.M.D., M.D., practices both dentistry and medicine in Florida and serves on the Florida Board of Dentistry. 
Meet Dr. Mehta

Shaun R. Young, D.D.S., is a consultant with privileges at a number of hospitals. He has worked in community hospitals, providing his surgical skills to diverse populations. 
Meet Dr. Young

Samuel Landrian, D.M.D., M.D., is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon with experience in ambulatory anesthesia, corrective jaw surgery, and other procedures. 
Meet Dr. Landrian

Clayton Hamrick, D.M.D., M.D. is a member of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He completed externships in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the University of Texas, the UF College of Medicine in Jacksonville, and the University of North Carolina. 
Meet Dr. Hamrick

Our Oral Surgery Procedures

You can get the exact oral surgery procedures you need at MOSAIC in Westchase, FL. 

Dental Implants

Dental implants provide a permanent, secure solution to replace missing teeth. With proper care, dental implants can last for many years and help restore your smile.
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All-on-4® Treatment Concept

The All-on-4® Treatment Concept allows you to get many teeth replaced at the same time and in only one surgery. The process can attach an entire set of upper or lower teeth to as few as four dental implants. It is a quicker procedure that offers long-lasting results. 
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Bone Grafting

Your tooth roots stimulate your jawbone as you chew, but when you have missing teeth, the bone can deteriorate. Bone grafting can help build up weak or lost bone mass. 
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Sinus Lift

The sinuses behind your cheeks and above your upper teeth are your maxillary sinuses. Roots from your teeth can extend to the sinuses, but if you have missing teeth, only a thin layer of bone separates the sinuses from the mouth. Because this layer is too thin for dental implants, a sinus lift can raise the sinus floor and allow new bone to form. 
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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Your wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt, and they can do so at an angle, damaging other teeth and causing discomfort. Removing them early can help you prevent future oral health complications.
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Impacted Canines

Your canines are essential to your bite, so having impacted ones can change the way your jaw rests and even make chewing difficult. Instead of removing the canines, there are treatment options to help them emerge. 
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Tooth Extraction

If you have damaged or impacted teeth, tooth extraction can help. The extraction involves removing the tooth completely from its socket, and various tooth replacement options can help you restore your smile. 
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Corrective Jaw Surgery

If you have jaw alignment issues, like an overbite or underbite, you may need corrective jaw surgery. This kind of surgery can complement orthodontic treatment to make sure your teeth are also in alignment. 
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Facial Trauma Reconstruction

Facial trauma reconstruction can help with fractures, knocked-out teeth, and other types of dental trauma. It can involve stabilizing the bone, wiring the jaw shut, and even placing plates and screws. 
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TMJ Disorders

Your jaw connects to your skull via the temporomandibular joint. If the joint does not work correctly, you can have issues opening and closing your jaw. MOSAIC surgeons can help you find the right surgical treatment options for TMJ disorders. 
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Our Additional Procedures

MOSAIC in Clearwater, FL, offers more than just oral surgery treatments. These include:

Platelet-Rich Fibrin

Platelet-rich fibrin comes from your blood and can offer growth factors to allow for more rapid healing. Recent research has shown that PRF can also stimulate the creation of stem cells. 
Learn About Platelet Rich Fibrin


After a surgical procedure, a numbing agent like Exparel® can be safer than opioid medications. This long-lasting and safe option offers non-addictive pain relief. 
Learn About Exparel


BOTOX® is a neuromodulator that prevents your brain from sending signals to your muscles to contract at the injection site. It can help with dynamic wrinkles, giving you smoother skin. 
Learn About Botox


Juvéderm is a hyaluronic dermal filler that can offer volume to help with signs of aging. This injectable can improve the appearance of nasolabial folds and marionette lines. 
Learn About Juvederm

3D Imaging

For the most accurate diagnosis, MOSAIC relies on the cone beam CT scan. By using cone beam CT technology, our surgeons can get precise and fast results. 
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Oral Pathology

Oral pathology involves issues with the lining of your mouth. The most common concern is oral cancer. With the right diagnostic tools, the MOSAIC surgeons can form the best treatment plan. 
Learn About Oral Pathology

Visit MOSAIC for Exceptional Care

For all of your oral surgery needs in Westchase, FL, turn to MOSAIC for the high-quality, personalized care you deserve. Our surgeons can help you with everything from dental implants to wisdom tooth extractions. 

Contact MOSAIC to schedule a consultation and learn more about our oral surgery services available in Westchase, FL, by calling (813) 749-0930