More than 30 million Americans are missing all of their teeth in one or both jaws. By the age of 74, 26% of adults have lost all of their permanent teeth . . .
The last molars to erupt in the back of your mouth are commonly known as Wisdom Teeth (Maxillary and Mandibular Third Molars). Normally . . .
All types of anesthesia can be administered intravenously. Anesthesia is a drug that helps you undergo a procedure by either numbing the area . . .
Our practice utilizes Cone Beam CT (CBCT) technology in both our offices. This state of the art, invaluable resource allows our surgeons to examine . . .
Your jawbone is stimulated by your tooth roots; much like exercise stimulates your muscles. When you have missing teeth, your jawbone is no longer . . .
Dentoalveolar surgery is the removal of impacted teeth and difficult extractions, and the treatment of diseases of the teeth, soft tissue, and the jawbone. . .
Pre-prosthetic Surgery is an Oral and Maxillofacial procedure to prepare your mouth before your dentist places a prosthesis (complete or partial dentures). . .
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are highly trained, and skilled to evaluate and treat facial trauma. Naturally injuries to the face bear a lot of physical and emotional trauma. . .
The key to the success of your dental implants is the quality and quantity of the bone where the dental implant will be placed. The most difficult area to. . .
Oral and maxillofacial pathology is the specialty that deals with the identification and nature of oral disease. This is generally done from the specimens. . .