Our patients can benefit from advanced technology, including an iTero® scanner for digital impressions, an Osstell ISQ scanner to test implant stability, bone morphogenetic proteins to aid in bone growth, a panoramic digital x-ray system, soft tissue lasers, and 3-D computed tomography (CT) imaging.Learn More
Wisdom teeth often become impacted and require removal. Also known as third molars, these teeth can become infected, cause crowding and dental misalignment, form cysts, or damage adjacent teeth. Our doctors use gentle techniques to perform wisdom tooth removal and offer several types of sedation.Learn More
Dental implant patients may need a graft prior to the implant procedure to increase bone density. Bone grafting may also be necessary to address facial trauma or a congenital defect. Our doctors often use morphogenetic proteins to stimulate bone regrowth in the treatment area.Learn More
Corrective jaw surgery involves moving a patient’s teeth and jaws into a new position, resulting in a more functional bite and attractive appearance. This procedure is often used to treat temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder and sleep apnea when more conservative efforts have proven insufficient.Learn More
Due to the nature of facial injuries, specialized training is needed to achieve the best surgical outcome. We are skilled in emergency care, acute and long-term reconstruction, and rehabilitation, and can treat facial and oral lacerations, knocked out teeth, and fractured jaw and facial bones.
Teeth may be extracted for a variety of reasons, including dental crowding, severe decay or damage, or impaction. Prior to the extraction, your doctor will numb the treatment area with a local anesthetic. We can also provide sedation to keep you calm and relaxed throughout treatment.Learn More
Denture patients may require minor surgical procedures prior to receiving their restoration to ensure dentures fit comfortably and securely in their smile. Preliminary treatments may include bone smoothing and reshaping, gum contouring, and ridge reduction.
Cleft Lip and Palate
Cleft lip and palate are physical malformations that can affect your child’s ability to eat and speak, as well as their appearance. Our doctors can surgically repair a cleft lips and palate when your child is young to avoid complications from arising in the future.
Our doctors are specially trained to administer several forms of sedation and, when necessary, can bring in a nurse anesthetist to administer anesthesia. The comfort and safety of our patients are our highest priorities, and we will do everything we can to put your mind at ease during treatment.