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Centereach, Park Slope, Lynbrook and Bellmore

Oral Surgery

Restore functionality, aesthetics, and comfort.

Oral surgery refers to any surgical procedure performed on your teeth, gums, jaws or other oral structures. Our highly-skilled oral surgeons perform general and wisdom tooth extractions with precision and efficiency, prioritizing the preservation of your oral health. Additionally, we employ advanced bone grafting techniques to rebuild and regenerate areas of bone loss in the jaw, enhancing the foundation for dental implants and overall oral health. Dental implants are our preferred solution for permanent tooth replacement as they are capable of replacing single or multiple missing teeth – and even a full arch – if required.

What are the reasons for wisdom teeth removal?

Wisdom teeth are often removed due to impaction, which occurs when these third molars lack sufficient space to grow properly. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, discomfort, infections, and other dental issues, necessitating their extraction.

What is a root canal?

A root canal is a dental procedure that is done to save a severely damaged or infected tooth. The procedure involves removing the damaged area, cleaning and disinfecting it, and then filling and sealing it.

How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants can last for many years, often for a lifetime, with proper care.  However, they may need periodic adjustments. All patients, including those with dental implants,  should have regular dental checkups.

Do I need to get my wisdom teeth removed?

Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth removed. It generally depends on whether they are impacted, causing pain, or leading to other dental issues. Your dentist will evaluate your condition and make a recommendation.

What are the different options for replacing missing teeth?

Options for replacing missing teeth include dental implants, dental bridges, and dentures. The best option for you will depend on various factors such as the number of missing teeth and the condition of your remaining teeth and gums.

What are the potential causes and treatments for jaw pain or TMJ disorders?

Jaw pain could be caused by a variety of factors, including TMJ disorders, teeth grinding, or even stress. Treatments can range from medication and mouth guards to surgical procedures, depending on the cause.

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