Oral Surgery in Lubbock, TX has never been easier! Your 1st visit to our office will consist of a consultation explaining your diagnosis and treatment options. Occasionally, surgery can be performed the same day as the consultation. However, a complex medical history or treatment plan will require an evaluation and a 2nd appointment to supply treatment on another day.


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  City Lubbock, TX
  Zip Code 79410
  Address 2420 Quaker Avenue # 102
  Phone Number (806) 792-6291

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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. A natural tooth consists of a root and a crown. If you compare natural teeth to implant-supported replacement teeth provided by Dr. Barrett and Dr. Higley, you'll see they have the same basic parts. Both have a crown (the visible part used to chew food). Both have a root that holds the tooth securely under the gum and is anchored into the jaw.