Dental Surgery Treatments

Dental Implants

Dental implant therapy is a modern solution for missing teeth that offers a natural-looking, long-lasting, and functional replacement for individual or multiple missing teeth. The treatment involves the surgical placement of a small titanium post, which acts as an artificial tooth root; the post is then topped with a custom-made crown or bridge, creating a seamless and durable restoration that looks and feels like a natural tooth.

Your dentist can place dental implants as part of the process to replace missing teeth and restore your smile. A dental implant, together with a tooth replacement such as a crown or bridge, looks and feels much like a natural tooth.

The dental implant process typically involves several stages, including an initial consultation and examination, implant placement surgery, healing and osseointegration (fusion of implant with jawbone), and finally, attachment of the crown or bridge. The entire process may take several months to complete, depending on the patient’s individual needs and oral health.
Dental implant therapy offers several benefits over other tooth replacement options, such as dentures or bridges. Implants are long lasting and can be cared for quite easily with regular oral hygiene. Implants also prevent bone loss in the jaw, which can occur with missing teeth, and they also provide superior support and stability for adjacent teeth.
If you are interested in dental implant therapy, please ask for a consult and we will assess your oral health and determine if dental implants are the best option for you.
With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can provide a beautiful and long-lasting smile for years to come.

Bone Grafts & Socket Preservation

A bone graft is a procedure where your dentist adds bone tissue to your jaw bone, making it strong enough to support a dental implant. Socket preservation is a type of bone graft where your dentist adds bone material to fill the void left from the removal of a tooth. This helps restore the natural architecture of the jaw and makes the replacement of your missing tooth/teeth with dental implants possible.

Tooth Extractions

While it’s always preferable to save a natural tooth, there are some cases where it’s not possible. If a tooth is too badly damaged as a result of decay, gum disease or injury, it may need to be removed by your dentist.

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that erupt in the back corners of a normal adult mouth. If the wisdom teeth are causing problems for your oral hygiene, your dentist may recommend removing them to help preserve your oral health.


A frenectomy is a procedure that modifies a frenum, which is a small piece of tissue that connects your cheeks, tongue or lips to your gum area. Sometimes the location or length of a ferns can compromise the health of the gums (lip-tied or cheek-tied), or cause speech problems (tongue-tied).
Our dentists use a soft-tissue laser to correct the frenum position and improve function. Using the soft-tissue laser, this procedure typically takes one to two minutes and is minimally invasive.

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