Periodontal Surgical Treatment
- Stands for “Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure,” which allows our specialists to use a no cut and no sew laser treatment to help treat gum disease.
- The surgical removal of gum tissue to help treat gum recession and other gum issues, in order to help the overall function of the gums. This procedure can help with chewing, pain and discomfort, and more!
- The reshaping of the gum tissue at the base of the tooth in order to increase the tooth structure. Adequate tooth structure is vital for the success and support of dental crowns, and at times, crown lengthening is necessary to sustain the support the crown.
Guided Tissue Bone Regeneration
- Use of barrier membrane to direct the growth of new bone.
- Replacement of missing teeth with titanium implants.
- The use of state-of-the-art CT images for Guided Implant Surgery.
- Bone grafting procedures in order to properly and securely place dental implants.
- Removable dental implant-supported overdentures to replace all missing teeth in the upper and/or lower arch.
- All-on-Four Procedure
- Oral Biopsies allow us to remove potential risks in the mouth, which we then test to ensure non-cancerous tissues.
- Treat benign soft tissue and hard tissue pathology
Bone & Gum Grafting
- Allows us to address any bone loss, and treatment place for future bone loss prevention.
- Socket Preservation, Ridge Augmentation, & Sinus Lift
- Connective, Free Tissue Grafting, & Allografting
- Pinhole Surgical Technique
- Socket Preservation
- Platelet Rich Plasma
- Bone Morphogenetic Protein
- Intravenous (IV) Sedation
- Oral Sedation
- Nitrous Oxide (N20)
Platelet Rich Fibrin
- We use platelet rich fibrin for advanced health in grafting tooth extractions.