Information About Oral Surgery Services Procedures

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Our oral surgeons routinely perform tooth extractions for children and adult patients who have impacted teeth, damaged teeth, or other conditions.

A long-term tooth replacement, dental implants act as artificial roots and are placed within the jaw to support a natural-looking tooth restoration.

Bone grafting from our specialty team replenishes bone loss in the jaw to enable implant surgery, improve function, and maintain contours of the face.

Corrective jaw surgery addresses problems, such as receding, protruding, or misaligned jaws, to improve oral function and enhance cosmetic appearance.

Sinus augmentation procedures are performed to raise or fortify the maxillary sinus floor and create the space required to place a dental implant.

Our expert team offers apicoectomy procedures to surgically remove the root tips of teeth that remain infected after receiving root canal treatment.

When overgrown or uneven gums affect the look of the smile, our team offers gum contouring to reshape and sculpt the gumline for improved aesthetics.

As a comprehensive approach, full-mouth reconstruction targets multiple treatment concerns to reestablish good oral health and an attractive smile.

A bone grafting procedure, ridge augmentation rebuilds the bony arch to prepare for implant placement and restore a natural shape to the gums and jaw.

Socket preservation adds bone grafting material to a recent tooth extraction site to fortify the jaw and create support for a future dental implant.

Impacted canines (eye teeth) may require specialized care from an oral surgeon to help guide the teeth into proper eruption and improve oral function.

Crown lengthening removes excess gum and bone tissue from around the teeth to eliminate a gummy smile or create space to place a dental restoration.

Facial trauma may involve minor or severe injuries to the mouth, face, and jaws and often requires expert care from an oral and maxillofacial surgeon.

Wisdom tooth extraction is commonly performed to remove third molars that are impacted, lack the space to erupt, or are causing oral health concerns.

Pre-prosthetic surgery involves minor oral surgery procedures that reshape the jawbone to help make dentures fit more securely and comfortably.

Our oral surgery specialists perform tissue biopsies and offer expert care in the diagnosis and management of cancers of the mouth, head, and neck.

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