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Welcome to
South Florida Oral
& Maxillofacial Surgery

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Ever since we first opened our doors in 1989, the South Florida Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery team has strived to serve nearby patients from all over Jupiter, FL and Northern Palm Beach County with state-of-the-art, highly comfortable dental treatment that always emphasizes excellent customer service. After all, your smile deserves the very best.

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Always Available & On-Call 24/7

Don’t hesitate to reach out – your needs come first here! We make every effort to provide treatment in record time.

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A Team Approach to Every Case

With our highly experienced oral surgeons in Jupiter, patients have access to all of their clinical expertise at once.

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Dental Insurance Proudly Welcome

We are in-network with several PPO plans and can file claims for others, helping you maximize deserved benefits.

Our Patients speak for themselves

Jupiter Florida oral surgeons Doctors Travis M Thompson Jeronimo Guzman Paul R Weinstein and Christopher Chafin

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Dr. Travis M. Thompson Dr. Jeronimo Guzman
Dr. Paul R. Weinstein Dr. Christopher Chafin

Team of Expert Oral Surgeons

Putting Your
Comfort First
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Smiles are truly one-of-a-kind, and they should always be treated that way, especially when it comes to advanced treatment like oral surgery. Our board-certified oral surgeons in your area are truly the best of the best, and they’ve undergone years of specialty training to ensure that they have the clinical skills and precise touch needed to revitalize oral health in lasting ways. They’re also all committed to top-tier patient relaxation, going above and beyond to create soothing environments throughout even the most extensive procedures. Together, they look forward to exceeding the expectations of dentists and patients alike.

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Patient Concierge
Helping You Every Step of the Way
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At hotels and resorts around the world, a concierge is an essential part of your overall experience and satisfaction – which is why we implement this very same strategy at South Florida Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. Our amazing team dedicates attention to even the smallest details regarding your appointment. We always have your best interests at heart and will seamlessly coordinate every aspect of treatment plans, so you can focus solely on what matters most – enjoying your best smile.

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Dental Insurance & Financing

Making Oral Surgery Affordable
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Need a wisdom tooth extraction? Interested in rebuilding your smile with implant dentures? Whatever your dental needs are, paying for oral healthcare shouldn’t have to be a struggle! We work with several major PPO dental insurance plans, offer affordable financing, and can help you select the ideal option for managing the cost of your oral surgery appointment without unnecessary stress.

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Finding Our Conveniently Located Practices

Our team at South Florida Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is proud to serve our patients at not one, not two, but three conveniently located practices. Our Palm Beach Gardens dental office is located at 3400 Burns Rd. Suite 103, next to the Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. You’ll find our Royal Palm Beach dental office at 12983 Southern Blvd. Ste. 203, which is near the Palms West Hospital. Lastly, our Jupiter dental office is located at 102 Military Trail #110, close to Jupiter Medical Center. As a result, we are happy to serve patients from all over, including those looking for an oral surgeon near Wellington. If you have any trouble finding us, just give us a call!

Frequently Asked Questions – Answered!

When it comes to more advanced dental procedures, seeing an oral surgeon is a great route to take. However, you likely have some unanswered questions, so we’re here to help. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we receive about oral surgery in Jupiter. If you don’t see the information that you’re looking for below, don’t hesitate to give us a call . We’d be more than happy to address your questions and/or concerns.

Why Should I Choose an Oral Surgeon?

General dentists are great for your routine cleanings and checkups, as well as some restorative treatments, like fillings and dental crowns. However, in certain scenarios, it is ideal to see an oral surgeon instead. Oral surgeons have special training to handle more complex procedures. A lot of the time, patients are referred by their general dentist to an oral surgeon if they need to have a dental implant placed, wisdom teeth extracted, corrective jaw surgery , or another more complex procedure.

What Level of Education Is Required to Become an Oral Surgeon?

To become a dentist in the United States, you must receive either a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) degree from one of the 67 accredited dental schools in the USA. In order to be accepted into one of these dental skills, you must have a bachelor’s degree. Dental school usually takes three years to complete, and it consists of a combination of hands-on and classroom learning. After all of this, oral surgeons require an additional 3+ years of advanced training. To maintain your license to practice, dentists of all types have to complete a certain number of continuing education hours.

Should I See an Oral Surgeon for Wisdom Tooth Removal?

It is a good idea to see an oral surgeon if you are planning to have your wisdom teeth removed . Oral surgeons complete training that prepares them for even the most complex wisdom teeth extractions, so you know that you are in good hands. There is always the risk of complications with surgical procedures, and an oral surgeon is best equipped to handle them. If you tend to get anxious about dental procedures, this is another great reason to see an oral surgeon for your wisdom tooth extraction. Various sedation options are available to ensure that patients are as comfortable as possible in the chair.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Oral Surgery?

Dental insurance policies can vary significantly when it comes to different types of procedures. Depending on who your provider is and what procedure you are seeking, you might be eligible for coverage. During your consultation, we will be sure to go over all the financial details so that you don’t run into any surprises. If you have any questions about your plan and what’s covered, don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our friendly team members .