Our Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons offer a full scope of oral and maxillofacial services ranging from the removal of impacted teeth to the repair of facial trauma.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Is the specialty of dentistry that is concerned with the diagnosis and surgical treatment of oral and maxillofacial pathologic conditions, including epithelial diseases and mesenchymal disorders of soft and hard tissues. These diseases and disorders affect your mouth, jaws, face and neck.
Dr. Ramon Perez Rosich, fully understands and promotes the principle of NIRISAB (Natural Implants Restored in Stable Alveolar Bone).
Wisdom teeth is another name given to third molars. They usually erupt at
around 17 years old to 20 years old. Not every patient needs to have
third molars extracted. However, there are many indications to do so.
The most common impacted tooth is the wisdom tooth which serves no specific function (i.e. it is not needed to fill gaps in the teeth nor for chewing) and most often an impacted wisdom tooth is simply removed from the mouth.
Our goal is to provide you with a safe surgical environment in which you are comfortable and the surgeon can concentrate on the operation. For us, it is important the patient not feel pain, not move, and have stable vital signs within a normal range (heart rate and rhythm, blood pressure and blood oxygen level.)
Bone grafting may be necessary for a number of reasons. If you are having dental implants and it is determined that the bone from lip to tongue, whether depth or thickness is not sufficient then we will discuss bone grafting procedures with you, since if an implant is too shallow it can cause a jaw crack or fracture.
The practice of oral and maxillofacial pathology includes research, diagnosis of diseases using clinical, radiographic, microscopic, biochemical or other examinations, and in many instances the management of patients, most typically for oral cancer.
More commonly known as Root End Surgery and also called Endodontic microsurgery because it is often done using an operating microscope. This procedure is done on the root tip or apex. Is not the same as a root resection.
Prior to being fitted for either a partial or a full denture, you may require surgery to prepare your mouth.