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Our Procedures

Whether you suffer from minor tooth pain, severe tooth loss, or a traumatic injury, our oral surgeons have the skills and equipment to restore your smile and oral function. We are proud to offer a broad range of oral surgery services, from simple tooth extractions and distraction osteogenesis procedures to more complex implant placements and facial reconstructions. Each page contains information specific to one procedure or condition, including common causes, details about the treatment process, and more.

Dental Implants

A dental implant can replace one or more missing teeth with an implant that looks, feels, and functions just like a natural tooth.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

You can avoid wisdom teeth complications, such as dental shifting or infection, by removing these troublesome third molars early.

Jaw Surgery

Jaw surgery corrects misalignments, which can cause an improper bite or the teeth to not fit properly in the dental arch.

Tooth Extractions

When a tooth is badly decayed, it may need to be extracted in order to preserve the health of the remaining teeth.

Full-Arch Restoration

This procedure replaces an entire row of missing or failing teeth with an implant-supported arch of artificial teeth.

Bone Grafting

A bone graft promotes the growth of new bone in an area that lacks stability or enough adequate bone.

Periodontal Pocket Surgery

Gum disease can cause pockets to form, which can cause tooth loss. Surgery can reduce these pockets and save the affected tooth.

Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening involves removing gum and/or bone tissue from a tooth to achieve the desired length.

Additional Procedures

Cleft Lip & Palate

Cleft lip and cleft palate occur when two sides of the face do not fully meet during a baby’s development in utero.

Cosmetic Surgery

BOTOX® and JUVÉDERM® can reverse the effects of aging and improve the appearance of your skin.

Facial Trauma

Oral surgeons are specially trained to assess facial trauma and develop treatment plans to ensure proper healing and facial function.

Distraction Osteogenesis

This minimally invasive technique uses slow, continuous movement to promote the growth of additional bone height or width.

Impacted Canines

When a canine tooth is impacted, or trapped beneath the gums, an expose and bond procedure helps the tooth emerge.

Oral Pathology

Oral surgeons are specially trained to identify and treat signs of oral pathologies, which could indicate the presence of oral cancer.

Pre-Prosthetic Surgery

Pre-prosthetic surgery involves reshaping the hard and soft tissues of the mouth so that dentures can fit comfortably.

Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea can be treated with oral surgery to encourage proper airflow and breathing during sleep.

TMJ Disorders

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders can cause pain or clicking in the jaws, difficulty chewing, or an improper bite.

Stem Cell Banking

After your wisdom teeth are removed, your doctor can harvest stem cells from them to be stored in a lab for future medical use.