Our Procedures

Our board-certified surgeons perform a wide scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery. We design custom solutions for your oral health needs.

Dental Implants

Dental implants can replace broken, failing, or missing teeth and is one of the most desirable tooth restoration treatments that offer functional, natural-looking teeth.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

It is recommended to have wisdom teeth removed in the mid to late teen years to avoid a number of future oral health complications.

Full-Arch Restoration

This procedure replaces an entire arch of teeth utilizing only four to six dental plants and resulting in functional, natural-looking teeth.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting makes it possible to restore bone in a weakened area in your jaw to ensure a stable, secure implant site for a dental implant post.

Tooth Extraction

If a tooth cannot be saved by other means or if the tooth is a risk to the surrounding teeth, it may need to be extracted to preserve the health of the remaining teeth.

Impacted Canine Exposure

When a tooth is stuck beneath the gums, it is said to be impacted and must be treated so that they can emerge successfully in the mouth and avoid a number of problems.

Orthognathic Surgery

Misaligned jaws create an improper bite, which can lead to problems like TMJ disorders, pain, and the teeth not meeting correctly when they bite together.

Facial Trauma

Facial trauma treatment requires highly trained professionals who specialize in assessing and treating facial and teeth structures that suffer after trauma.

Additional Procedures

Oral Pathology

Abnormalities in the smooth, coral pink lining of the mouth could be an indicator of oral pathologies or, in some cases, a sign of oral cancers.

Stem Cells

Wisdom teeth contain a high number of stem cells, which can be preserved in a laboratory and later used to develop any specialized cell in the body.

Pre-Prosthetic Surgery

We offer the full range of pre-prosthetic surgery to guarantee your future dentures will feel comfortable and fit perfectly inside your mouth.