When tooth damage occurs, it's important to seek treatment to prevent the damage from spreading or causing more serious oral health problems. In minor cases, dentists can often repair your teeth with a filling, root canal, or crown.
The average mouth is made to hold only 28 teeth. It can be painful when 32 teeth try to fit in a mouth that holds only 28 teeth. These four other teeth are your Third Molars, also known as wisdom teeth.
When teeth fail to erupt or build out from the gums, we say they’re impacted. This condition can occur as a patient loses their baby teeth and develops their adult teeth and may not even be noticeable until years later.
If you are missing teeth, having teeth extracted, or have damaged teeth that will soon need replacing, dental implants may be the right solution for you. In most cases, if you are healthy enough to undergo an extraction, you are healthy enough to receive dental implants.
Full-arch restoration is an ideal procedure for replacing a full arch of missing or damaged teeth. Full-arch restoration is the preferred method for restoring many teeth at once because it produces a long-lasting and natural-looking result.
Dental bone grafts are a common preparatory procedure that replaces or restores bone to your jaw for a future dental implant. During the surgical procedure, bone from a donor is affixed to the jawbone underneath the gum line.
The primary role of an oral pathologist is to identify and diagnose oral and maxillofacial issues as quickly and as accurately as possible, as early detection and treatment often save lives. Our facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to aid in oral pathology services.
All oral surgical procedures require some level of dental anesthesia for optimum patient comfort. Through our extensive education, our team has been trained in all levels of dental anesthesia care.
TMJ disorder is a painful condition that directly affects the temporomandibular joint. This condition is identified by its several telltale symptoms that can help us diagnose it in our patients.
Reconstructive jaw surgery is a standard procedure prescribed for patients who suffer from jaw misalignment due to an injury. We repair jaw fractures and also treat orbital fractures, zygoma fractures, certain skull fractures and nasal bone fractures.
A sleep specialist must diagnose sleep apnea and then will refer you to an oral surgeon for treatment. Lifestyle changes, such as losing weight, sleeping on your side, using a CPAP machine, or quitting smoking, are sometimes the only solution needed to treat sleep apnea.