Welcome to Red Rocks Oral Surgery. This area of our site is intended to introduce you to our practice and the services that we provide. Each staff member of Red Rocks Oral Surgery is highly skilled to assist you throughout your experience in our office. We are dedicated to providing you state of the art, exceptional and compassionate care using the most up to date technology in a comfortable and relaxing setting.
Dr. Bundy provides a full range of oral and maxillofacial services. These services are performed in our office or in a Hospital Operating Room. Services we provide include:
- Wisdom Tooth Removal
- Dentoalveolar surgery (i.e. dental extractions, preparation of the mouth for dentures).
- Dental Implant Placement
- Implant Site Preparation (bone grafting and soft tissue grafting to optimize surgical and restorative outcomes).
- 3D Virtual Implant Surgical Treatment Planning
- Red Rocks Oral Surgery has Cone Beam CT (CBCT) on site to expedite patient care. There is no need to be referred to an imaging center
- Surgical Uncovering of Impacted Teeth – to aid in normal tooth eruption and orthodontic treatment
- Use of Biologic Materials (Platelet Rich Plasma – PRP, and recombinant Platelet Derived Growth Factor) to optimize bone graft healing
- Oral Pathology
- IV Sedation or Nitrous Oxide Sedation – to help alleviate the anxiety associated with surgical procedures
About Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and maxillofacial surgery requires additional years of hospital-based surgical and anesthesia training after graduation from dental school. Dr. Bundy was in private practice General Dentistry prior to completing his 4 year Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery residency at the Medical College of Georgia.
Dr.Bundy continues to stay abreast of the latest techniques in dental implant related surgery (diagnostic imaging via Cone Beam CT, 3D guided surgical implant placement, bone grafting techniques to facilitate implant placement, prosthetic restoration of dental implants) by home study and by attending annual continuing education (CEU). Dr. Bundy is a member of the American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the American Dental Association, the Colorado Dental Association and the Metro Denver Dental Society. In order to stay current with current surgical techniques and practices attendance at these types of seminars is mandatory in this day and age as technology moves forward at such a fast pace. This allows Dr. Bundy to stay at the forefront of new modalities of treatment for his patients, and facilitates communication with the restorative dental provider.
Dr. Bundy also regularly attend annual CEU courses in anesthesia to remain current in the safe delivery of anesthesia services.
You should know that oral surgeons undergo hospital operating room based anesthesia training where they act as the attending anesthesiologist for patients undergoing all types of surgical procedures under general anesthesia with intubation of the airway. Oral surgery is the only recognized dental specialty where this training is received.
Oral surgery training is extensive and involves training in the diagnosis and non-surgical and surgical management of diseases, injuries and deformities of the functional and esthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial area (the head, neck, mouth, teeth, gums and jaw bones). Oral surgeons treat facial fractures due to trauma. They provide surgical corrective procedures of the jaw bones to treat malocclusions (malalignment of the teeth).
The surgical staff members at Red Rocks Oral Surgery are experienced, certified oral and maxillofacial surgical assistants who assist in administration of IV sedation and surgery.
The reception and billing staff members regularly attend continuing education courses (CEU) on the proper dental coding terminology and insurance billing practices (CDT) and medical coding terminology and insurance billing practices (CMT), as well as medical diagnosis coding (ICD-9 and ICD-10).
Red Rocks Oral Surgery has a state of the art Cone Beam CT scanner on site (CBCT). This instrument provides high resolution 3D CT images of the patients anatomy for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. The images can be viewed in the axial, coronal, and sagittal planes as well as in a 3D model. You will not have to travel to an imaging center to have this imaging acquired. This saves you time and provides you with immediate diagnostic data at your initial visit.
The data and images acquired with the CBCT can be utilized to provide accurate diagnosis and treatment planning of: management impacted teeth; to aid in planning orthodontic tooth movement; to assess the dimensions of the bone in 3D for accurate implant placement; to allow for implant treatment planning in 3D with implant software that allows for the fabrication of precise implant surgical guides; to verify the location and size of pathologic lesions of the jaw bones; to locate the position of vital structures so as not to injure them at surgery; to aid in planning corrective jaw surgery; to assess pathology of the sinus cavities; etc.
CBCT images provide of level of accuracy of diagnostic data not possible with 2D imaging (plain film x-rays).
Our office is committed to your safety and wellbeing. Our office adheres to the highest quality standards in infection control. These standards are set by the Center for Disease Control and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Our instrumentation is sterilized prior to treating each patient. Our sterilization equipment is carefully monitored for 100% performance. We enroll our office in a third party sterilization monitoring program that further insures that effective sterilization protocols and standards are being adhered to.