When is Oral Surgery Necessary?
We always start with a thorough consultation that includes a review of your family medical history and any factors currently impacting your health. We perform a full scope of procedures, including a number of tooth, gum, and jaw corrections. Oral surgery can also help alleviate complications or pain from impacted teeth, tooth loss, as well as jawbone irregularities.
Wisdom Teeth Extraction
Did you know that the average mouth is designed to hold only 28 teeth? Unfortunately, the average person will have 32 teeth before the age of 18! Whether the extra teeth cause overcrowding or become impacted, wisdom tooth removal can help you avoid many foreseeable problems.
Too often, our patients hear the dental myth that root canals are quite painful. In fact, root canals actually help to relieve pain! They are often necessary when a tooth becomes infected from an injury, untreated cavity, or is cracked or broken. A root canal removes the nerve of the tooth, avoiding a much more serious infection.
Are you hiding your smile because you're embarrassed by missing teeth? You may be a great candidate for dental implants.
Implants are permanent fixtures that help to replace teeth instead of bridges or partial dentures. They are incredibly similar to your natural tooth, so you can get back the confidence in your smile.