Services and Procedures
The majority of people have four third molars—or wisdom teeth — which usually appear between the ages of 17 and 24.
When one or more of your teeth are lost due to periodontal disease or an accident, dental implants can be the best solution if you have an otherwise healthy mouth.
All-on-4 Dental Implants, aka “Teeth in a Day,” use the latest technology to create a permanent set of teeth that look and feel natural.
Administered through the blood stream, intravenous sedation provides quick and effective relaxation, but still enables you to communicate with your oral surgeon.
During implant reconstruction, bone grafting becomes necessary if your upper or lower jawbones do not have enough volume to support the titanium posts.
Due to injury, birth defects, or disparate growth rates of the upper and lower jaws, it is sometimes necessary to straighten or reposition the jawbone.
Facial trauma, sometimes called maxillofacial injury, is an injury to the face, upper, and lower jaw bone.
Oral pathology is the study of cell and tissue changes that result from a variety of diseases of the oral cavity, jaws, and salivary glands.
The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) provides the mobility needed to bite, chew, swallow food, speak, and make facial expressions.
- Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a procedure for tissue regeneration and promotes healing in many dental and oral surgery procedures, especially in aging patients. Patients’ plasma contains growth factors that influence wound healing, thereby playing an important role in tissue repairing mechanisms.
- Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is made from the concentration of the patient’s blood platelets. This chairside procedure results in the production of a fibrin membrane that can stimulate the release of many important growth factors during wound healing processes that take place after surgery.