Jaw Surgery

Nowadays, certain dental procedures are becoming more common. Millions of people in the United States already have dental implants. Hundreds of thousands more become patients every year. One of the most common and complicated dental procedures is jaw surgery.

needs wisdom teeth removed

Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth that develop in your mouth. Wisdom tooth extraction is a dental procedure where your dentist removes your last molars’ set. Removal can get done when issues arise that affect your oral form and the state of your teeth. These teeth are not necessary for oral health or survival, and certain people are better off with extracted wisdom teeth.

Oral Surgery

Anesthesia is a treatment administered to patients through injection or as gas. It works to alleviate feeling pain during surgical procedures. Anesthesia prepares you physically and emotionally for surgery.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth do not make anyone wiser, despite their name. So when your dentist tells you that you need to have yours removed, you should do it, especially if they are causing problems. When they erupt from your gums and crowd your teeth, they can cause significant discomfort.

Dental Implants

The All-on-4® dental procedure is a treatment technique for the upper and/or lower arch using implants. The dental implants are fitted to a bridge. The treatment involves a complete set of permanent teeth to provide a permanent solution. 

Jaw Surgery

Orthognathic or jaw surgery corrects dentofacial issues. However, some issues are not too advanced, making orthodontic treatment the better option. For you to be an ideal candidate for jaw surgery, your condition should be severe enough. Maybe you are too old for the use of growth modification or your condition is too advanced.

woman with her hands on her face smiling

It is important to restore your smile after losing teeth in your upper jaw to maintain oral wellness and health. There are various options to choose from in getting dental implants. Zygomatic implants are one option. However, most people do not know much about this type of implant since it is relatively new.

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