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Oral Surgery

At Alderney Dental Group, we offer a range of surgeries aimed at addressing dental health problems and maintaining the overall well-being of our patients.

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Oral Surgery, Dartmouth Dentist

Addressing Complex Dental Issues

Oral health problems, such as impacted wisdom teeth, missing teeth, severe decay and restricted jaw movement, can lead to chronic pain, difficulty chewing and even systemic infections.

Oral surgery is the diagnosis and surgical treatment of injuries and defects of the hard and soft tissues of the face, mouth, teeth and jaws. It can provide permanent solutions for the oral health problems listed above while also improving appearance and alleviating pain. 

You shouldn't wait until the problem worsens. Take the first steps toward a healthier smile today by scheduling a consultation with one of our dentists. We will happily answer any questions you have and walk you through the process step-by-step to help put your mind at ease.

Dental Implants

Dental implants can be effective in preventing surrounding teeth from shifting, ensuring the alignment of your entire row of teeth remains intact. When paired with a prosthetic, such as a crown or denture, dental implants can provide a natural-looking and fully functional replacement for missing teeth. 

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A frenectomy is a procedure that involves removing the frenum, a small piece of tissue that connects the cheeks, tongue or lips to the gum area. This procedure is often necessary when the frenum is causing restrictions in the way in which your jaw moves and functions.

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth typically emerge in late teens or early twenties, but can cause issues due to a lack of space or emerging at an improper angle. This can lead to pain and challenges when cleaning this hard-to-reach area, which is why dentists may recommend removing them.

Tooth Extractions

While preserving a natural tooth is ideal, there are situations where extraction is necessary. These include severe damage from decay, gum disease or trauma. Your dentist may recommend removing the tooth to prevent further complications and maintain overall oral health.

New Patients Always Welcome

We are accepting new patients! Don't hesitate to contact us and take the first step toward achieving better oral health.

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