The oral surgeons at Fresno Oral Maxillofacial Surgery & Dental Implant Center perform a wide range of treatments. Whether you need a simple tooth extraction or you have a more complex oral surgery need, we have the procedure to help. Learn more about the procedure you’re interested in here, or contact our office for more information.
A dental implant replaces one or more missing teeth, including the root, to create a long-term solution that looks and functions just like a natural tooth.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth develop in the back of the mouth and should be removed as soon as possible to avoid pain, overcrowding, infection, and more from arising.
Corrective jaw surgery alleviates facial pain, corrects bite misalignment, treats a prominent or receding chin, and produces better facial harmony.
As few as four dental implant posts can support a fixed prosthesis in one or both dental arches, creating a lasting and fully functioning smile.
Bone grafts regrow bone in an area that has atrophied and make it possible for more patients to have dental implants placed with enough stable bone to support them.
A canine tooth that is trapped beneath the gums is treated with an expose and bond procedure to help the tooth successfully erupt.
An adult tooth may require extraction if it is badly damaged, decayed, or for orthodontic purposes. We can then replace the missing tooth with a dental implant.
Facial Fractures and Trauma
Our surgeons help the facial structures heal following a traumatic incident, helping to ensure proper function and aesthetically pleasing results.
An oral pathology or abnormality could indicate disease, and early detection is key to the early treatment of oral cancer or other diseases.
Cleft Lip and Palate
During pregnancy, an infant’s lip or roof of the mouth may not develop correctly, resulting in a cleft or gap that we repair for proper function and aesthetics.
Stem Cell Banking
After your wisdom teeth are removed, we can ship the stem cells from inside them to a secure lab where you can access them in the future for regenerative health benefits.