Restorative Oral Surgery

Plan With The End In Mind

Restorative Oral Surgery

Plan With The End In Mind

We offer a variety of oral surgery treatment options. Whether you have a jaw bone issue or are recovering from an oral disease, we can use oral surgery to repair and strengthen your mouth. Here are a few of our most popular oral surgery procedures:

Bone grafting is a simple way of replacing a patient’s natural missing jaw bones. Grafting is often used to create a strong foundation for dental implants.
Ridge augmentations are often performed along with bone grafting. This procedure reshapes a patient’s alveolar ridge, which is sometimes needed to ensure that prosthetics fit correctly and that enough bone is available for future implant surgery. This procedure helps dental implants look and feel as natural as possible.
A socket preservation can preserve the look, shapes and functionality of your natural tooth socket after a tooth is extracted. After an extraction, a patient’s body will immediately begin to close the gaps left behind in the mouth. By using a socket preservation, your oral surgeon can save your tooth’s natural space for a better-fitting implant crown, tooth borne bridges, or other treatment options in the future.
Tooth extractions are needed for a variety of reasons. We perform routine tooth extractions as well as complex extractions to remove severely decayed or damaged teeth. Regardless of your needs, you can rest assured that your extraction will be as comfortable and painless as possible.
Sinus lifts are often used to make room along a patient’s top jawline through the use of bone augmentation. This is usually needed to create ideal length of bone for dental implants, but can also be helpful for other dental procedures. A sinus lift is sometimes necessary for people with missing teeth or a history of periodontal disease.
Like the sinus lift, nerve repositioning is sometimes needed to properly fit dental implants. This procedure makes room along a patient’s lower jawline by temporarily moving the jaw nerves that sit in the mouth.