About Biopsies & Oral Pathology
Biopsy & Oral Pathology
in Kansas City
On occasion, a doctor or dentist might identify a lesion, bump or spot in a patient’s mouth that seems unusual. In many situations, a biopsy is the only way to identify the origin of the suspicious area. Trust Facial Surgery Group for the expertise required for Biopsy and Oral Surgery in Kansas City.
- Identifies suspicious oral pathology (bumps, cysts, lesions)
- Offers peace of mind
- Early detection of non-benign pathology can improve treatment
Faster Scheduling & Less Costly
More Expedient Scheduling & More Affordable Than a Hospital
Scheduling this procedure with Facial Surgery Group will most likely be faster and less costly than having the procedure done in a hospital. Upon referral, the suspicious area will be examined and possibly excised. The excised tissue is then sent to a Board Certified Oral Pathologist for evaluation. Though the word “Biopsy” can sound alarming, most pathology reports indicate benign results and no further treatment is required.
Driven by Compassionate Care
Facial Surgery Group takes enormous pride in what we do.
We chose our careers based on our desire to provide the best surgical care available. We employ pleasant, passionate staff who care about our patients’ experience from the moment you schedule to the moment your treatment is complete.
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