This term refers to all those surgical techniques used to treat diseases of the soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Generally, oral surgery is done using local or regional anesthesia; this means that patients can be treated on an outpatient basis in most cases, even when the procedure is complex.
Maxillofacial surgery treats all those who suffer from diseases or malformations of the mouth, jaw, head, and neck that require surgical intervention. Some of the most common procedures offered at Brush Dental include:
Extractions consist of removing the tooth from its cavity due to irreparable damage or infection.
Removal of a wisdom tooth becomes necessary when the tooth is impacted, meaning there is not enough space for it to erupt through the gum line. This procedure helps prevent serious complications, such as damage to neighboring teeth or misalignments. Impacted teeth tend to erupt at odd angles toward the adjacent teeth, shifting them away from their normal position.
A dental implant is a metal post that replaces the root portion of a missing tooth. It also provides a base for a dental crown, which replicates the appearance and function of natural teeth.
Here at Brush Dental, we offer all kinds of oral surgery procedures to adapt to each patient's needs. We have a team of highly qualified experts in constant training with the mission of providing solutions to your oral health problems. Give us a call now for an appointment!