Board Certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons

Our Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, Dr. Joseph R. Funderburk and Dr. David J. Lillian, practice full scope Oral, Maxillofacial, & Dental Implant Surgery with expertise ranging from corrective jaw surgery to wisdom tooth removal.

Dr. Funderburk and Dr. Lillian are certified by The American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.  They specialize in dental implants, performing a full range of dental implant and bone grafting procedures. They can diagnose and treat facial pain, facial injuries, and TMJ disorders.

Grand Junction Oral Surgery‘s Staff are all educated & qualified surgical and administrative assistants.  You can expect top-notch friendly service in a state-of-the-art surgical practice when you visit us.

Our practice is located at 613 25 road suite 1, Grand Junction, CO 81505.

Call us at (970) 241-2820.

Dental Implants in Grand Junction,Colorado

Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. The person who has lost teeth regains the ability to eat virtually anything and can smile with confidence, knowing that teeth appear natural and that facial contours will be preserved.

Dental implants are changing the way people live. With them, people are rediscovering the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh and enjoy life. For more information about dental implants or to schedule a consultation appointment, call our office at (970) 241-2820.

Dental Implants Presentation

To provide you with a better understanding of dental implants, we have provided the following multimedia presentation. Many common questions pertaining to dental implants are discussed.

Dental Implants Presentation

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt within the mouth. When they align properly and gum tissue is healthy, wisdom teeth do not have to be removed. Unfortunately, this does not generally happen. The extraction of wisdom teeth is necessary when they are prevented from properly erupting within the mouth. They may grow sideways, partially emerge from the gum, and even remain trapped beneath the gum and bone. Impacted teeth can take many positions in the bone as they attempt to find a pathway that will allow them to successfully erupt.

Early removal is recommended to avoid such future problems and to decrease the surgical risk involved with the procedure. The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons considers the best time for removal of wisdom teeth to be during the teenage years.