At dentalhouse Liberty Village, our dentists perform oral surgery procedures to treat dental issues.
Our Surgical Services
The diagnosis and surgical treatment of injuries, defects, and diseases of the hard and soft tissues of the face, mouth, jaws, and teeth is known as oral surgery.
Illness, trauma, infection, poor oral hygiene, or a combination of these factors can cause problems in this area.
While we normally prefer the least invasive treatment option for any given dental problem, there are times when less invasive treatment options are insufficient and oral surgery is required.
Dental implants are small titanium screws that mimic natural tooth roots in function. Dental implants will be placed as part of the procedure to replace missing teeth and restore your smile.
A dental implant should look and feel like a natural tooth when combined with a tooth replacement such as a bridge or crown.
The dentist removes a frenum, a small piece of tissue connecting your lips, tongue, or cheeks to your gum area, during a frenectomy procedure.
When the frenum restricts function, our dentists perform frenectomies on babies, children, and adults. Lip-tied, tongue-tied, and cheek-tied are all terms used to describe this condition.
While it is preferable to save a natural tooth, this may not always be possible. Your dentist may need to extract a tooth if it has been badly damaged by gum disease, injury, or decay.
The tooth is extracted from its socket in the bone during this procedure. Your dentist will talk to you about tooth replacement options like dental crowns, bridges, and dentures.
Wisdom Tooth Removal
Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars that appear between the ages of 17 and 25 in some patients. These teeth may crowd the mouth and cause dental problems.
If your wisdom teeth are causing you problems with oral hygiene, your dentist may recommend wisdom tooth extraction to help you maintain your oral health.
A bone graft is a procedure in which your dentist adds bone tissue to your jaw to strengthen it so that it can support a dental implant. Special bone grafting material or bone from another part of your body is surgically placed on your jaw bone during this procedure. A dental implant can be placed after the graft has healed.
A sinus lift is a bone grafting procedure that involves the addition of bone material to the upper back jaw to prepare for a dental implant.
This procedure will increase the amount of bone in your sinus area, making room for an implant.