Oral Surgery in Aurora, ON

Oral Surgery in Aurora, ON

Many patients associate the word ‘surgery’ with a visit to the hospital, but this is not always the case. Your dentist can perform oral surgery in the office to achieve several results, depending on what dental condition you are getting treatment for. At Aurora Dental Studio in Aurora, ON, we use highly advanced state-of-the-art digital technology to help you with a myriad of dental problems.

Tooth Extractions

One of the most common oral surgeries performed is a tooth extraction. Teeth may need to be removed due to several reasons, including:

  • Impaction of teeth
  • Severely decayed or fractured teeth
  • Primary teeth that have not fallen out
  • Orthodontic treatment

Corrective Jaw Surgery

With jaw surgery, or orthognathic surgery, our highly trained dental surgeons will be able to take care of problems in the jaw that may cause pain, discomfort, and other problems. Some of the reasons jaw surgery may be recommended by our dentist include:

  • TMJ (temporomandibular joint) dysfunction
  • Trauma to the jaw, either major or minor
  • Clenching or grinding of the teeth
  • Incorrect bite
  • Difficulty or pain when eating, opening or closing the mouth, or speaking
  • The jaw is positioned incorrectly

If you suffer from any of these dental issues, dental surgery may be recommended to you to help alleviate any discomfort you feel.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are becoming increasingly common as more patients realize the negative effects of missing teeth, and to provide overall stability to dentures. Dental implant surgery may be performed in different ways, depending on your treatment plan, but the end result is the same: a secure implant that restores the effectiveness of your teeth, prevents teeth from shifting,and bone loss from occurring.

Our Dental Professionals – Always Ready to Help Everyone

There are several reasons when oral surgery may be recommended to you, but you can always trust an Aurora Dental Studio professional to take care of your teeth and overall oral health. We are accepting new patients, so feel free to visit our website, stop by the office, or give us a call to discuss any questions you may have and to schedule an appointment.

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