Oral surgeries involve operating your teeth, jaw, and other structures of your face. The most common of all is tooth extractions. During events like accidents, injuries, and diseases, we may also recommend other oral surgical procedures. You can visit our clinic for the surgery, and we will take care of your concern.
They are a restorative treatment option for missing teeth. An implant is a replacement for the tooth roots that not only increases the functionality of your teeth but also improves the appearance of your smile. We recommend implants for tooth decay, disease, oral cancer, and others. The procedure involves securing artificial teeth to your jawbone using a titanium stud.
This surgery involves the removal of four adult teeth located at the back and top corner of your mouth. When your wisdom teeth do not have enough room to grow, they become impacted and lead to pain, oral infection, and other problems. This outpatient procedure involves the removal of your teeth using surgical incisions and then suturing the site of surgery.
We may have to perform tooth extraction surgery during events such as accidents, injury, tooth decay, and others. You will receive a numbing agent to make the procedure painless. After this, we will extract your teeth, clean up the sockets, and place a suture to help heal the wound.
You may want to opt for this procedure if you are experiencing severe sensitivity or suffering from advanced periodontal disease. We will safely remove the affected teeth without performing any major surgery. Reasons for simple tooth extraction include advanced periodontal disease, extra teeth or baby teeth, preparation for orthodontic treatment, removal of fractured teeth, and tooth decay.
Mini dental implants are less invasive. Unlike regular implants, they cut off the need for surgery. This procedure allows us to place anchors in your jaw. We use this procedure for the stabilization of overdentures and dentures.
This procedure is associated with other dental restorations, including dental implants, bridges, and others. We perform bone grafting surgery to alter the width, height, and depth of your jawbone at the site of the implant. Bone grafting is recommended in case of a receded jawbone.
Suppose you have lost your jawbone because of an accident, injury, or periodontal disease. In that case, we will perform sinus augmentation to raise your sinus floor so that new bone formation can be carried out for dental implants. The procedure involves making a small incision near your molar or upper premolar region to expose your jawbone and fill it with bone graft material.
Please reach out to Persimmon Dental Care in Dublin, CA, to have a consultation with our dentists. Please call us at (925) 999-8282 or schedule an online consultation, and we’ll guide you further.