Anasthesia in oral and maxillofacial surgery is used to ease patient’s comfort and anxiety during procedures.
A frenectomy is the removal of a membrane or tissue in the mouth that connects moveable parts of the mouth, such as lips, cheeks or the tongue to your jaw and gums.
In some cases, the upper and lower jaw may grow at different rates, causing misalignment or other problems. Surgery can correct jaw alignment.
Much like molars, or ‘wisdom teeth,’ your canine teeth can sometimes be impacted. An oral surgeon can perform treatments to pull the tooth into place over time.
Temporary anchorage devices are surgical screws that are placed in the jaw to aid in the movement of some teeth.
THIRD MOLAR SURGERY
Third molars, or ‘wisdom teeth,’ often don’t have enough space to come in and become impacted. Extraction can help prevent problems, such as gum disease and cavities.