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Your third molars, more commonly known as your wisdom teeth because they tend to erupt during late adolescence, aka the “age of wisdom,” are the largest teeth in your smile. Many millennia ago, these teeth served important purposes of processing a diet that was much...

Do you have an upcoming treatment such as bone grafting or wisdom teeth removal? Perhaps you’re receiving dental implants and curious about how an oral surgeon can keep you comfortable during your procedure. We offer different types of sedation to meet the varying needs of...

When our teeth begin to fail due to disease or if their emergence - such as in the case of wisdom teeth -presents problems to our quality of life and oral health, a tooth extraction is necessary. The most common reasons for removing teeth beyond...

Tooth crowding creates an unattractive smile, and in order to fix this problem, patients may need to undergo oral surgery. Different surgical procedures may be used, depending on the issue causing the crowding. In such cases, an oral surgeon will often collaborate with an orthodontist...

Patients who must replace a missing tooth have a number of options. Only one of those restorations, dental implants, offers patients a structurally complete tooth replacement. This quality gives patients a number of advantages in contrast to conventional appliances. Dental Implant Structure Dental implants are small cylinders...

  Your jaws play a significant role in your smile’s appearance and function, so when they don’t fit together properly, it can be problematic. In some cases, jaw surgery may be needed to correct a malocclusion. Jaw Surgery Can Benefit Patients in the Following Ways Restore ability...

Bone atrophy is a common side effect of tooth loss. In the past, patients with bone loss were limited with their tooth replacement options when it comes to implant dentistry. Bone atrophy can cause dental implants to lose stability. Fortunately, our oral surgeons offer bone...