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Dental implants


Dental implants are anchors that integrate into the surrounding bone to provide a stable platform for tooth replacement or to secure a denture. Crowns (in the form of your teeth) or dentures are then attached to the implants.

Temporary Anchorage Devices

Temporary Anchorage Devices/mini implants provide an anchorage point for a pushing or pulling force that would otherwise need to be applied from outside the mouth to level and align teeth (as dictated by an Orthodontist).

Orthognathic Surgery


Corrective jaw surgery or orthognathic surgery is performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMS) to correct a wide range of minor and major skeletal (position of the facial bones) and dental (tooth position) abnormalities, including the misalignment of jaws and teeth. Surgery can improve chewing, speaking and breathing. While the patient's appearance may be dramatically enhanced as a result of the surgery, orthognathic surgery is primary performed to correct functional problems.

Impacted tooth exposure and bonding

This surgical procedure is performed on an unerupted tooth, used by an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon and Orthodontist to guide the tooth into a functional position.
The unerupted tooth is surgically uncovered, and a small bracket and chain are attached onto it (usually adhesive tooth filling like material). Soon after, the chain is attached to an orthodontic bracket/wire and the orthodontist will use it to gently pull on the tooth and guide it into the proper position.

Wisdom Tooth (3rd Molar) Removal


It is important to consider your current health when determining if it is the right time for you to have your wisdom teeth removed. In general, people are healthier today than they will be in 10 or 20 years. Therefore, it is usually prudent and safer not to procrastinate having problematic wisdom teeth removed. This situation is more pressing when 3rd Molars are abnormally developing, malposed, causing pain, damaging other teeth, hard to clean, have periodontal pockets, have pathology (cyst or masses) surrounding them, or have cavities. Having your wisdom teeth removed is often a proactive step that will prevent a potentially more serious procedure in the future.

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