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Surgical Dentistry

Precision matters

Our specialist can diagnose and treat a wide variety conditions. The following are just some of the many conditions,

  • Dental Implants
  • Tooth Extractions & Impacted Teeth
  • Wisdom Teeth
  • Moderate/advanced gum disease – This occurs when the gums are bleeding, swollen or red around most teeth and the jawbone has begun to recede.
  • Localized gum recession – The infection which propagates moderate or advanced gum disease often begins in one area.  Gum recession may also be caused due clenching or grinding the teeth ,due to over brushing with a hard bristle brush, or to a tooth that is not positioned properly.  Immediate treatment is required to prevent further spreading.
  • Before crown lengthening – The periodontist may lengthen the crown of the tooth by removing surrounding soft tissue to provide more tooth exposure.
  • Ridge augmentation – is a common dental procedure often performed following a tooth extraction to help recreate the natural contour of the gums and jaw that may have been lost due to bone loss as a result of a tooth extraction, or for another reason.  

Focus areas

Dental Implants

With advances in dental technology, teeth replacement techniques have progressed remarkably. Dental implants have revolutionized the way teeth were replaced with traditional means like full or partial dentures. In just 30 years, they have become the best teeth-replacing option. Dental implants are the closest you can get to natural, healthy, and fully-functional teeth.

A dental implant is a titanium screw which is surgically placed in the jaw to act as a false tooth root for dental prosthetics like crowns, bridges, or dentures. The basis for dental implants is osseointegration. It is a biologic process which allows biocompatible materials like titanium to integrate with the natural bone and become a part of it. Due to osseointegration, dental implants or false tooth roots become well integrated with the jawbone. Connectors or abutments are attached to implants to hold dental prosthetics in place.

How are dental implants placed?

Dental implants require a surgical placement

The dental implant placement begins with a comprehensive examination with a CT Scan to determine whether you are an ideal candidate to receive dental implants or not. The following criteria should be met to undergo a dental implant placement:

  • The patient should be in good oral and overall health and not suffering from any serious diseases.
  • The patient should have a healthy jawbone. It should be dense enough to support a titanium screw. In case of low jawbone density, a bone grafting surgery may offer a solution, during which,  bone tissues  will be used to the recessed area.

Tooth Extractions

Tooth extraction is the process of removing a tooth that cannot be saved with restorative treatment, or that poses an immediate risk to the rest of your oral health.For instance, impacted wisdom teeth that push against existing molars can lead to severe tooth damage and discomfort, and therefore are often extracted to prevent further problems.

Other causes for tooth extraction can include:

  • Severe tooth infection (when a tooth filling and root canal treatment are insufficient)
  • Severe tooth damage (when a dental crown cannot restore it)
  • Damaged teeth roots
  • Severely crooked teeth that interfere with orthodontic treatment
  • And more

Wisdom Tooth Extractions

A wisdom tooth is the third molar that erupts through the gums on each of the four quadrants of the human dentition during the age of 17-23. Most people have four wisdom teeth but it is also possible to have none, fewer or more.

Why do wisdom teeth require extraction?

Wisdom teeth are considered valuable assets for the mouth when they are healthy and correctly positioned. They are the last set of teeth to appear on the dental arches and often don't have room to accommodate themselves. As a result, they become malpositioned and may potentially require extraction

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7027 Hickory St. Ste. 100
Frisco, TX 75034
(972) 668-7398
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