Tooth Extractions

Extractions are done as a way to preserve your oral health and remove problematic teeth. In some cases, you may need to have teeth removed because of advanced...

Nitrous Oxide Sedation

Nitrous sedation is ideal for patients who want to be relaxed and calm during their dental appointments. This type of sedative is safe, effective and can be used for...

IV Sedation

IV sedation is typically necessary for oral surgeries and more complicated dental procedures. It involves placing a small IV into the arm and delivering a safe sedative into your system.

All-On-4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 technology refers to placing four strategically planned implants to keep a denture in place. This prevents the need for more than just four implants to be...

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a permanent solution for patients seeking that perfect white smile. Implants are a great choice for patients that have broken, damaged, or missing...

Single Tooth Implants

Dental implants are a great way to completely replace a missing tooth. Single implants replace just one missing tooth at a time. The implant is typically made out of...

Bone Graft

Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that is essential for patients who have areas of bone loss around the jaw. Bone loss can often occur as a result of a variety of...

Ridge Augmentation

Ridge augmentation is a dental procedure that is typically done after a tooth extraction. This procedure recreates the natural contour of the gums or jaw that was lost...

Facial Trauma

Dealing with the aftermath of facial trauma can be devastating for a lot of people. Not only may you be dealing with lost or severely damaged teeth, but there may be damage to your jaw and underlying bone.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth will typically begin to develop around the time a person reaches adulthood. Unfortunately, if there isn't enough room for the teeth to come in properly...


Apicoectomy (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.


A biopsy is a procedure your oral surgeon performs to examine suspicious tissue for oral health concerns. It involves removing a small sample of tissue from the area in question and sending it to a laboratory for further inspection.


Jaw tumors are more common than you might think, and the vast majority of them are completely benign. However, even a benign tumor can get in the way of being able to eat, swallow, breathe properly and care for your teeth.

Botox for TMJ

TMD, also known as temporomandibular joint dysfunction, is a common condition that causes the hinge joint that attaches the lower jaw to the skull to become painful, stiff or inflamed.

Intra-Oral Camera

Intra-oral cameras are helpful in allowing us to see everything going on inside your mouth. Rather than a typical examination, this camera magnifies everything that it looks at concerning your smile.

Jaw Surgery

Jaw tumors are more common than you might think, and the vast majority of them are completely benign. However, even a benign tumor can get in the way of being able to eat, swallow, breathe properly and care for your teeth.

Cone Beam CT Scan

A cone beam CT scan involves a special type of x-ray that allows us to see the details of your oral and facial health. This scan is more than just a typical x-ray, since it allows us to identify nerve pathways, soft tissue and bone before providing you with treatment.

Sinus Lifts

A sinus lift is a procedure that aims to lift the maxillary (upper) sinuses and place a bone graft between this area. It is most often needed if you have bone loss and are looking to have implants placed.

Same Day Implants

CEREC same-day crowns are a great way to have a permanent restoration placed without needing to come in for multiple appointments.

Full Arch Rehabilitation

The “Teeth in a Day” or “All-on-X” treatment concept is a state-of-the-art procedure that provides patients permanent fixed teeth utilizing 4-6 dental implants per jaw.

Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic surgery, also known as corrective jaw surgery, is a type of surgery that is performed to correct conditions of the jaw and face. These conditions can be caused by birth defects, injury, or other problems. Orthognathic surgery can be used to correct problems with the alignment of the jaws and teeth, to improve the function of the jaws, and to improve the appearance of the face.

Salivary Stones

Salivary stones are small, hard deposits that can form in your salivary glands. These stones, which are also called sialoliths, can block the flow of saliva and cause pain or discomfort.

L-PRF Enhanced Grafting Techniques

L-PRF therapy can facilitate your body's natural healing properties for more successful results. It is an innovative product that helps wounds heal faster and with better quality.


Mucoceles, (also known as oral mucous cysts or blisters on the surface of your mouth) are painless. These small roundish cysts often appear clear and blue in color


Piezosurgery is a new technique of bone surgery that has been gaining popularity in recent years. The piezoelectric device produces specific ultrasound


The X-Guide system is designed to elevate the surgeon's control and precision over the entire dental implant process. Interactive, turn by turn guidance during live surgery gives them an ability to visualize precise movements


The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is the joint that connects your lower jaw to your skull. As with many other joints on the body, the TMJ can experience pain, discomfort, swelling and limited range of movement that gets in the way of your quality of life.

Oral Sedation

Oral sedation involves taking a small pill prior to your dental procedure. The pill is designed to relax and calm you down enough for the work to be done.

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