Developmentally, most patients won't have room for wisdom teeth to erupt and function in the proper position. This inconvenient eruption will inevitably cause your established teeth to move and damage adjacent teeth, possibly leading to gum disease! To prevent this painful scenario, wisdom teeth are typically removed.
Wisdom teeth extractions can be done under oral or intravenous anesthesia—whichever is most comfortable for you. All anesthesia is carefully monitored for your total peace of mind.
Replacing a missing tooth does more than restore your smile, it also prevents further damage to adjacent teeth and can stabilize existing dentures. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, our dental implants feature shorter recovery times and much higher tolerance. The procedure can be done in a single visit!
Corrective jaw surgery may be an option presented by both your oral surgeon
and orthodontist. Our facilities feature the latest technology to aid in diagnostics and surgery, including 3-D X-rays.