Oral Surgery


While our primary goal is to maintain the health and integrity of your teeth, there are instances where oral surgery becomes necessary to preserve or enhance your long-term oral health. From minor procedures involving the teeth, gums, and jaw to more complex surgeries, our experienced doctors are dedicated to ensuring your comfort and safety.

Understanding the Need for Oral Surgery

In some circumstances, oral surgery may be the best option to treat particular dental problems. For instance, a badly damaged tooth that cannot be repaired may need to be extracted to avoid further issues and preserve oral health. Our team is dedicated to assisting you in locating the ideal option for your needs, as we understand that financial constraints may also play a role in your decision to have a tooth extracted. Finesse dentists use modern methods and tools to ensure a rapid and painless procedure. Sedation treatments are also offered to lessen your anxiety and improve your comfort.

Restoring Function with Dental Implants

Dental implants have transformed restorative dentistry. They are surgically implanted into the jawbone to give artificial teeth a solid and sturdy base. Our experts can help you recover ideal oral function and appearance by performing dental implant surgery.

Corrective Jaw Surgery for Improved Bite and Facial Harmony

Corrective jaw surgery, or orthognathic surgery, addresses issues related to jaw misalignment and irregularities. Malocclusion, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, and facial asymmetry can significantly impact oral health. Orthognathic surgery involves surgical repositioning of the jaws to achieve better alignment, restore useful function, and enhance facial aesthetics. Our doctors may recommend a referral to a trusted specialist to ensure you receive the best care.

Bone Grafting for Dental Restoration:

In locations where bone loss has occurred, bone grafting is a surgical treatment that encourages the regeneration of bone tissue. It is frequently done to address flaws brought on by tooth removal or gum disease or to prepare the jawbone for the installation of dental implants. Bone grafting stimulates new bone formation, fortifies the jawbone, and offers a strong foundation for the effective integration of dental implants by inserting grafting materials in the afflicted areas. To meet your unique needs, our dental professionals at Finesse Dental Lab use various grafting techniques using autogenous, allograft, xenograft, or synthetic materials.

Oral surgery is crucial in preserving and enhancing oral health, from routine procedures such as tooth extraction to more complex surgeries like dental implant placement and corrective jaw surgery. Our experienced doctors prioritize your comfort and safety throughout the surgical process, utilizing advanced techniques and sedation options to ensure a positive experience. Whether addressing issues with wisdom teeth, performing bone grafting procedures, or managing complex cases through referral, our comprehensive approach aims to provide the highest level of care. Schedule a consultation with us at Finesse Dental Care to explore how oral surgery can contribute to your oral health and overall well-being.

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