Dental Implants And Jaw Surgery
This service involves replacing missing or damaged teeth with artificial ones that are attached to metal posts inserted into the jawbone. Dental implants can improve your appearance, chewing ability and oral health. Jaw surgery may be needed to correct the shape or position of your jaw before or after getting dental implants. Jaw surgery can also help with problems such as bite alignment, facial asymmetry and sleep apnea
Crowns, Bridges, Full and Partial Dentures
This service involves restoring or replacing your natural teeth with artificial ones that look and function like real teeth. Crowns are caps that cover damaged or decayed teeth. Bridges are false teeth that fill the gaps left by missing teeth and are anchored by crowns on either side. Full dentures are removable plates that replace all of your upper or lower teeth. Partial dentures are similar but only replace some of your teeth.
Wisdom Tooth Removal
This service involves taking out one or more of your wisdom teeth, which are the last set of molars that usually appear between ages 17 and 25. Wisdom tooth removal may be needed if your wisdom teeth are impacted (don’t have enough room to grow), cause pain, infection, decay or other dental problems. Wisdom tooth removal is an outpatient surgery that is done by a dentist or oral surgeon under anesthesia. You may need to take some time off work or school to recover from the procedure.