Dental Implants

Dental implants replace one or more missing teeth and fuse to the jaw bone, keeping it strong and preventing bone loss.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Known as third molars, wisdom teeth develop in the back of the mouth and should be extracted to avoid overcrowding, misalignment, pain, and more.


Four dental implant posts secure a fixed prosthesis, providing patients with a complete and fully functioning new smile.


If a root canal fails to fully remove an infection, an apicoectomy is performed to remove the very tip/infected portion of the tooth’s root.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafts stimulate the growth of new bone in a weakened area and help more patients become candidates for dental implants.

Oral Pathology

Any bumps, patches, or abnormalities in the mouth should be evaluated to determine if a cancerous pathology is present.

Impacted Canines

Impacted canine teeth must be exposed, then bonded to a bracket, so that it can erupt into the dental arch for proper function.

Facial Trauma

Oral surgeons treat head, neck, face, and mouth trauma to help these areas heal and regain proper function and pleasing aesthetics.

Tooth Extractions

A tooth that is damaged or decayed may need to be removed, or for orthodontic purposes to make more room in the dental arch.