Apicoectomies (also known as “Root end surgery) involve removing the very tip of the root of one or more of your teeth. The surgery can be done in-office and prevents the need for the tooth to be extracted.
Trauma and injuries are often caused without much warning, leaving you in severe pain and requiring immediate treatment. Our highly trained staff members are here to help with all types of traumatic injuries.
Cosmetic surgery includes several different surgical techniques that focus on enhancing the appearance of your body. Cosmetic dentistry can help you feel more beautiful, confident and more like yourself.
Full Arch Replacement
Restoring your teeth so that you have a full, healthy smile is crucial when it comes to instilling your self-esteem.
Jaw surgery, known as orthognathic surgery, is a procedure that involves correcting the alignment of the jaw. In some patients, their upper or lower jaw does not meet properly.
A mucocele is a benign (non-cancerous) swelling that occurs when the lining of a salivary gland or the inside of the cheek is damaged, causing saliva to leak out and collect in a small pocket.
Orthognathic surgery is a type of corrective jaw surgery that is used to correct problems with the alignment of the jaws and teeth. This type of surgery is often used to correct facial imbalance, problems with biting or chewing, and other issues that affect the function and appearance of the teeth and jaws.
Salivary stones, also known as salivary gland stones or sialoliths, are small, hard masses that form in the salivary glands. These glands produce saliva, which helps to moisten and lubricate the mouth and throat.
Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment
Trigeminal neuralgia, also known as tic douloureux, is a chronic pain disorder that affects the trigeminal nerve, which is one of the largest nerves in the face.