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Oral Surgery

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Wisdom teeth usually emerge from the gum between the late teens or early twenties. They are types of molars found in the very back of the mouth. Some people never develop wisdom teeth but you could have up to four. Due to lack of space in the jaw or angle of entry, wisdom teeth may become impacted and cause pain, swelling or infection. Having your impacted wisdom teeth surgically removed (extracted) can help relieve your symptoms.

Complicated Teeth Extractions

A tooth that cannot be saved with restorative materials may need to be removed. Complicated tooth extraction involves surgical processes. Surgical extractions are performed on teeth that are either invisible or inaccessible. When a tooth is extracted you may need replacement options, Dental implants and Dentures.


Dental implants are the replacement of tooth roots in the mouth. Implants provide a strong, lightweight, non-corrosive foundation for fixed or removable replacement teeth.

Bone Graft

The replacement or enhancement of bone around teeth.
When a tooth is lost, the surrounding bone collapses. Bone grafting is performed to reverse bone loss or enhance bone. The bone can be taken from parts of the body or from synthetic material. Bone grafting allows for proper support of dental implants or prostheses.

Gum Graft

Commonly used to treat root exposure resulting from the receded gum tissue. The tissue is removed from the roof of the mouth or from gum tissue near the tooth and stitched into the area needing gingival repair.