Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin
Dr. Tim Stevens
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Dr. Tim Stevens and his highly trained dental staff dedicate themselves to providing exceptional dentistry to our patients.
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Variety of Dental Services
We provide comprehensive oral surgery services to fit your family's oral health needs.
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Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin | Dr. Timothy Stevens
Dr. Timothy Stevens
Welcome to Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin
Our exceptional dental staff utilizes intravenous (IV) sedation as well as outpatient general anesthesia in our ultramodern Wisconsin dental office setting. We continuously monitor patients during and after surgery.
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Open Monday 7am-4pm
Tuesday 8am-5pm
Thursday 7am-5pm
Friday 7am-2pm
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Welcome to Our Menasha, WI Dental Practice

Welcome to Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin, the dental practice of Dr. Tim Stevens and his staff. We provide high-quality oral and maxillofacial surgery with experience ranging from dental implant surgery, wisdom teeth extraction and bone grafting, to oral pathology, and more. What sets us apart from other dental practices in Menasha is our small-town and approachable feel coupled with our high level of professionalism and skills. We work together as a team to keep our Menasha dental practice running smoothly and with compassion.

Patient Comfort Is Our Priority

We take a great deal of pride in making our patients feel comfortable in an uncomfortable situation. We know that going to the dentist isn’t everyone’s idea of fun, but that’s where we excel. We love what we do, and we enjoy our patients. We enjoy educating our patients on dental health and their dental procedure options. Many of our new patients immediately feel comfortable and at ease with Dr. Stevens’s fun and warm approach. Whether you are looking for a new oral surgeon in Menasha for you or your family, we guarantee you are in great hands. 

We thank you for taking the time to get to know your local oral surgeon, and we invite you to contact us anytime you have any dental questions or are concerned about your oral health. We are here to help you maintain high standards of health along with your beautiful smile. 

We Believe in Patient Education

As an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Tim Stevens performs extensive surgery involving the oral cavity and maxillofacial area. The maxillofacial structure includes the forehead, face, and cheekbones. We work with our patients to get the best results each time, and Dr. Stevens takes the time to sit and explain the intricacies of each patient's case. 

Every great relationship begins with a good foundation of communication and mutual respect, and your relationship with your dental practice is no different. We encourage our patients to share any dental questions or worries with us; our goal is to help you succeed and excel—from your dental health to the beauty of your smile. 

Your First Visit

Your initial dental appointment with your Menasha oral surgeon will entail Dr. Stevens going through your diagnosis and treatment options. There are times when surgery can be carried out the same day as the consultation; however, a comprehensive medical history or treatment plan may necessitate a second appointment to complete the dental procedure on another day.

We pride ourselves in working in a timely manner, so you don’t have to wait weeks or months to get the treatment you need. At Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin, we work with all insurance plans and make the process as convenient as possible for all patients. 

Fighting the Opioid Epidemic Through Safe Pain Management

At Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin, we value safe and reliable dental procedures, including post-surgery pain management. The opioid epidemic has impacted multiple lives, especially our vulnerable young people, which is why we have undertaken a modern alternative to postsurgical pain through a process known as multimodal pain management. By combining non-opioid pain medication throughout the entire surgical procedure, we can manage pain without exposing patients to potentially life-altering addictive substances. 

A central part of our narcotics-free process involves the use of EXPAREL (bupivacaine liposome injectable suspension), an injectible, effective, non-opioid treatment that numbs the site and acts as a powerful pain reliever. This proven, single-dose medication lasts for three or four days without the need for opioids or other forms of addictive pain medication. Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin is one of the leading dental surgery offices to step away from potentially addictive and destructive chemicals. We are proud to be able to protect our patients, especially teenagers and young adults, from the opioid crisis. 

Ask us about EXPAREL and our safe approach to managing surgical pain. 

We prioritize patient comfort and security along with healthy living. If you are interested in learning more about pain relief alternatives in Menasha, especially in regards to your own precious family, please give Oral and Facial Surgery of Wisconsin a call at (920) 722-6729 today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Tim Stevens. Through ongoing patient education, we can protect the most vulnerable people in our communities and lives.

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With the recent news and public impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), our team wanted to share some of the protocols we have in place to protect your health and wellness at your dental visit. As part of your health care team, we are monitoring changes and updated guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) in our practice, interactions, and work environment to ensure patient and team safety. Since information is updated regularly, we recommend checking the latest recommendations each day.

Your number one line of safety is an educated and dedicated team. We have met with our entire staff to discuss protocols for keeping ourselves and patients safe, including symptoms to look for and what to do in the event of exposure. In the event of any dental emergency, please call us at 920-722-6729.