When patients have had a chance to read and listen to material related to their procedure, they are much more comfortable with treatment. For this reason, we take pride in educating patients and their families about the treatments available, the benefits, and what to expect along the way. Dr. Harris, Dr. Park, Dr. Brown, Dr. Wood, and Dr. Holladay perform many oral surgery procedures, including replacing missing teeth, extracting teeth, surgically correcting jaw misalignment, and much more. We are readily available to answer questions and are happy to speak with you about scheduling an appointment. We look forward to meeting you and restoring your oral health and function.
A dental implant is a long-term tooth replacement solution that looks and functions just like a natural, healthy adult tooth.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
We recommend having third molars extracted as soon as possible to prevent overcrowding, shifting, pain, and more.
All-on-4® Treatment Concept
This life-changing procedure uses four dental implant posts to support a fixed denture, resulting in a long-term, functioning smile.
General Tooth Extractions
A decayed or damaged tooth may need to be removed if it cannot be saved. We can then replace the missing tooth with a dental implant.
A bone graft helps regrow lost bone in a desired area, enabling more patients to become candidates for dental implants.
Impacted Tooth Exposure
Impacted canine teeth must be surgically exposed and guided into the dental arch with orthodontics to allow proper function and health.
Orthognathic surgery involves surgically repositioning the jaws, resulting in a healthier bite, better facial harmony, and less facial pain.
We evaluate suspicious lumps or patches in the mouth to rule out oral cancer or disease and treat the pathology accordingly.
Our surgeons provide urgent care to facial injuries, including lacerations, broken bones, knocked-out teeth, and more.
This method of face and jaw bone regeneration slowly pulls apart the existing bone so that new bone can grow in between it.
Jaw joint clicking, popping, or pain could indicate a TMJ disorder, which we can treat both surgically and nonsurgically.