The experienced doctors at Wisdom Dental provide state-of-the-art oral surgery services in a supportive atmosphere. We perform everything from extractions to dental implants placement at our Coral Springs office to keep your smile healthy. With our complete oral surgery services, we are proud to restore your smile in-house and with the same providers who know you best.
If you're getting dental implants in your upper jaw, you may need a sinus lift surgical procedure first. During this procedure, our dental team will add new bone between your jaw and maxillary sinuses. In order to make room for this bone, your sinus membrane is moved upward. A successful sinus lift will help create healthy bone mass to support dental implants.
When a tooth is too badly decayed to save, our team will perform a gentle extraction procedure. An extraction may also be recommended if the tooth is severely fractured or is crowding other healthy teeth.
At Wisdom Dental, we never want you to feel pain or anxiety in the dentist chair. Ask about our safe sedation options that are designed to make extractions easy and pain-free!
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Not all wisdom teeth need to be extracted, but if your wisdom teeth are impacted and are crowding your teeth, or if gum disease is present, you may be a candidate for wisdom tooth surgery. In many situations, it’s best to pull the wisdom teeth before they jeopardize your smile as a whole. At the earliest, wisdom teeth are removed in the mid-teen years, but third molars do not finish developing until closer to about 30 years of age so the timing for this procedure varies.
We will take a panoramic radiograph of your entire jaw, so we can see the size, location, and developmental trajectory of the wisdom teeth.
A dental implant is a titanium post that functions as the root of a tooth would. It is surgically implanted into the jawbone beneath the gum line and a replacement tooth is screwed on top. Dental implants can be used as replacements for a single tooth, or multiple implants can be installed to securely support dentures.
Implant retained denture solutions are a popular alternative to conventional dentures. After the preliminary surgical planning phase, our Coral Springs, FL dentist can place your implants and temporary prosthesis in just one appointment.