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Tooth (wisdom teeth) Extraction
When a tooth develops, it migrates to its appropriate position in the dental arch. If insufficient space doesn't allow for the tooth's eruption through the gum, the tooth will become partially or totally blocked (impacted).
Dental Implants
Dental implants are substitutes for natural teeth and can restore chewing function. Anyone missing natural teeth can be a candidate for the benefits that dental implants provide. Improvement in appearance, speech and increased chewing efficiency are some of the benefits provided by dental implants.
Correction of Abnormal Condition
One or both jaws may grow too much or too little. The resulting abnormality can interfere with the proper teeth alignment, speaking and chewing. The tongue and lips may be forced to move awkwardly during speech, and swallowing, in an attempt to compensate for the jaw malrelationship. There could be a speech defect, mouth breathing, snoring or other symptoms.
Orthognathic Surgery (jaw alignment)
This surgical procedure allows the oral and maxillofacial surgeon to reposition one or both jaws. Moving the jaws also moves the teeth; therefore, this surgery is usually performed in conjunction with orthodontics so that the teeth are in the proper position after surgery. Orthognathic surgery is used to correct a wide range of minor and major facial and jaw irregularities and aids the patient in an improved ability to chew, speak and breathe. In most cases an enhanced appearance can also result.
Correction to Facial Bones (due to trauma)
Each year people of all ages sustain facial injuries from automobile accidents, boating accidents, bike accidents and recreational vehicle accidents. Athletic activities and altercations also rank very high in causes of facial trauma. Many of these traumas cause maxillofacial fractures to the upper and lower jaw, cheekbones, nose, bone surrounding the eyes or a combination of these injuries. Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons are specially trained to deal with the injuries to the mouth, jaws and face. The Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon is also skilled in correcting facial lacerations and broken teeth.

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