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Our skilled oral surgeons routinely remove damaged teeth, impacted teeth, and wisdom teeth to improve the oral health and wellness of our patients.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

3D oral images increase accuracy during the diagnostic and treatment process and offer high-resolution, detailed images of the teeth, jaw, and face.

Digital x-rays provide an in-depth view of your teeth, jawbones, sinuses, and other facial and oral structures for diagnostic or treatment purposes.

Ideal for patients who have more severe dental fears and phobias, IV sedation allows for deeper relaxation and very little memory of the procedure.

Nitrous oxide gas is a mild sedation option that can calm nervous or anxious energy and allow you to get the treatment needed for better oral health.

Patients who experience moderate dental anxiety, fear, or worry can often enjoy stress-free, positive visits with relaxing oral-conscious sedation.

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