Wisdom Teeth Removal
Oftentimes, many people do not have enough room in their mouth for wisdom teeth to grow in and because of that, it can potentially cause a number of problems.
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects your jaw to your skull and there is one on each side of your jaw. When the joint is damaged or injured, it can result in pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles that control your jaw’s movement.
A sinus lift is a surgical procedure performed in order to increase the amount of bone in the upper jaw and is sometimes necessary before getting dental implants on the upper jaw.
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure done to repair or rebuild bones by transplanting bone tissue. Transplanting bone tissue promotes bone recreation and supports the missing tissue.
Many people have anxiety when it comes to visiting the dentist, which is why some may opt for dental sedation. There are many different types of dental sedation, which are safe and effective.
Pre-prosthetic surgery is the preparation of your mouth before the placement of a prosthesis. Sometimes patients who are receiving partial or complete dentures require minor oral surgery prior to the denture placement and this is to ensure maximum comfort.
Maxillofacial surgery is the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of disorders affecting the mouth, jaw, face, and neck. When a dental issue is too complex to correct, a dentist or orthodontist might refer the patient to a maxillofacial surgeon.
Jaw surgery, also referred to as orthognathic surgery, is a procedure done to correct irregularities of the jaw bones and realigns the jaws and teeth to improve their functionality.
Impacted Canine Tooth
When a tooth is unable to fully emerge through the gums, it is considered to be an impacted tooth. This is a common occurrence for canine teeth.
Distraction osteogenesis (DO) is a surgical procedure involving new bone formation, which is stimulated by the gradual separation of bony segments and is a method of treatment for certain deformities and defects of the oral and facial structure.
A tooth extraction may be necessary when there is excessive tooth decay, a tooth infection, or crowding. In addition, patients who have to get braces may need a tooth extraction to provide room for the teeth to properly shift into place.
Extreme snoring can be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, which is a very common, yet dangerous medical disorder that prevents airflow during sleep.
A ridge augmentation is a common dental procedure that is performed after a tooth extraction and involves recreating the natural structure of the gums and jaw that may have experienced bone loss from the tooth extraction.
Oral pathology is the study of diseases that affect the mouth, jaw, and face. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Beverly Hills specializes in the causes, effects, and treatment of oral pathology.
Full Arch Restoration
Full arch restoration is a procedure that provides patients with an entire arch of teeth. It is best for patients who are missing multiple teeth or several decayed teeth and are interested in an alternative to dentures.
At the Oral Surgery Center, our dentists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons are experienced in treating injuries that have resulted from a wide range of facial trauma, also known as maxillofacial trauma.
Dental implants are the perfect option for restoring one’s smile. They are the closest thing to achieving a beautiful, functional, and natural smile again, allowing patients to enjoy everyday activities without worrying about their teeth.
Cleft Lip & Palate
Cleft lip and cleft palate are openings that slip in the upper lip, the roof of the mouth, or both. A cleft lip and a cleft palate occur when an unborn baby does not fully develop its facial structures and consequently, they do not close completely.
Botox is known for treating a number of factors, including wrinkles, excessive sweating, chronic migraines, and more. But besides its aesthetic benefits, Botox has also shown to help patients with TMJ disorders, bruxism, and facial pain.
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Wisdom Teeth Removal
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