Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Tooth Extractions & Immediate Implants
Extractions are performed as a way to relieve pain, preserve your oral health, and start the dental implant process for tooth replacement.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth will typically begin to develop around the time a person reaches young adulthood. Unfortunately, if there isn't enough room for the teeth to come in properly, they become impacted underneath the gums.
Anesthesia is designed to make dental procedures more comfortable for you. Local anesthetic is used to numb a specific area of the mouth. General anesthetic, or sedation, is used to put you into a deeply relaxed..
IV sedation is typically necessary for oral surgeries and more complicated dental procedures. It involves placing a small IV into the arm and delivering a safe sedative into your system.
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that is essential for patients who have areas of bone loss around the jaw. Bone loss can often occur as a result of a variety of...
3D CT Scanning
3D CT scanning is a type of dental x-ray image that enables us to see bone, soft tissue and even nerve pathways in one detailed view. Most often, these images are needed prior to surgery or when creating a treatment plan for implant patients
Orthognathic surgery is a type of corrective jaw surgery that is performed to correct a wide variety of functional and esthetic problems with the jaws and face...
Intra-oral cameras are helpful in allowing us to see everything going on inside your mouth.
Trauma and injuries are often caused without much warning, leaving you in severe pain and requiring immediate treatment. Our highly trained staff...
Oral pathology is a professional service that checks for abnormalities in soft tissue. The service may be necessary if it's suspected that you...
Cleft Lip & Palate
A cleft lip or palate is a birth defect that causes an opening in a child’s upper lip or the roof of their mouth. When a child has a cleft lip the opening is in the upper lip....
Wisdom teeth can often pose a problem for patients who do not have enough room in their mouths for them to come in. Unfortunately, as you begin to age and the longer wisdom teeth are left in the gums, the bigger they become and the more problems could arise if they are removed. For this reason, a coronectomy is a viable option for relieving wisdom tooth-related problems.