Curious if you’re a candidate for dental surgery?

The sooner you seek care, the better your chances of preventing further damage from pre-existing conditions

Schedule a dental check-up before any further damage occurs

Why perform oral surgery?

You may be a candidate for oral surgery for a number of reasons, such as extensive tooth decay, badly broken teeth, gum disease, impacted teeth, or even missing teeth.

In our Southpark office in Charlotte, NC, we offer tooth extractions, bone grafts and implants in-office without seeing a specialist.

Tooth Extractions

The most common type of oral surgery is tooth extraction (tooth removal). An extraction might be recommended if you have severe tooth decay, gum disease, dental trauma or wisdom teeth complications. We prefer to save natural teeth when possible, but sometimes extractions are necessary to preserve your overall oral health.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are widely considered the most reliable and longest-lasting teeth replacement option available. These small threaded posts — made of medical-grade titanium or zirconia — are embedded into your jaw to replace missing teeth roots. Once the implants are healed, they can be restored with dental crowns, dental bridges or even dentures.

Dental Bone Graft

A dental bone graft is necessary when bone loss has occurred in your jaw. If a tooth has been missing for some time, bone deterioration can occur in that area because there are no roots to stimulate the nerves. A dental bone graft restores volume and density in your jawbone so that dental implants can be placed later on.

Tired of the stress and anxiety that often can come with dental appointments?

We invite you to have a different experience with your dentist. Feel relaxed while enjoying being pampered with our spa-like services. We offer a variety of amenities to make your visit as comfortable as possible. Schedule your consultation and get a personalized treatment plan for your specific needs, with affordable options that meet your budget.

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