Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that provide a permanent base for replacement teeth. A dental implant consists of three parts – the post, the abutment, and the crown. The post is a titanium screw that anchors the crown into your jaw. The abutment is the extension of the post that is attached after the jaw is healed.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are molars found at the very back of your mouth. They are called wisdom teeth because they usually do not come in under the age of 17-21 – old enough to have gained some “wisdom”. However, not having them removed is not always wise. Some patients keep their wisdom teeth their whole lives, but others need to have them removed.

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Tooth Extractions

Tooth extraction is the process of removing teeth from the jaw bone. At Stonewood Hills OMS, there are many reasons why a tooth needs to be removed including infection, risk of infection, crowding in the mouth, tooth decay and trauma, as well as wisdom teeth removal.

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Jaw & Facial Fracture Surgery

Whether your fracture is the result of a sports injury, motor vehicle accident or another trauma, at Stonewood Hills Oral Maxillofacial Surgery, we are confident we can repair it. With over 15 years experience with facial and jaw fractures, Dr. Cullens can fix most broken noses, cheekbones, and jaws as an outpatient surgery.

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Alveoloplasty is a common type of dental procedure involves the surgical smoothing and re-contouring of a patient’s jalveolar ridge. The procedure is most often performed as either after a tooth extraction or as a stand-alone procedure intended to prepare a patient for a denture or dental implant. In most cases, alveoloplasty is associated with reshaping the patient’s jawbone after teeth have been removed or lost due to gum disease or dental trauma

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Orthodontic Extractions

When a tooth is impacted, it means that it is stuck inside the jawbone. The most common impacted teeth are the wisdom teeth. However, any tooth can be impacted. If left untreated, the tooth can develop a cyst and become painful.

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