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SMILE BACK – IT CHANGES EVERYTHING

The removal of a tooth should be a last resort. 

It is best practice to save a natural tooth whenever possible.

Learning that you need dental surgery can be intimidating and scary, but our dentists are highly qualified on the different aspects of oral surgery. Often, our dentists can perform these types of procedures in-house, but they may sometimes refer a patient to an oral surgeon if necessary. Depending on the dentist’s experience and credentials, he or she can schedule it or perform the surgery that day.

Oral surgery performed at DeJesus Dental in Bridgeton

Types of Oral Surgeries

Dental implants are one of the most common oral surgeries used to replace one or several missing teeth. For those who have adequate bone strength, this type of surgery can restore your smile and confidence with a permanent tooth replacement.

Wisdom tooth removal is another form of oral surgery that’s often needed. Because wisdom teeth are the third and final molars to come in, they sometimes create crowding or shifting problems with your other teeth. Not every wisdom tooth needs extraction, but the majority of them do depending on the situation.

Jaw-related issues, like abnormal growth, can create misalignment with the upper and lower bones. This problem can make it difficult to eat, speak, and even breathe. Oral maxillofacial surgery can realign the jaw and ease those issues. Depending on the severity of a patient’s case, we may be able to help right in our office.

Bone grafts are often needed for denture wearers if the bone begins to deteriorate over time. By strengthening the bone through oral surgery, dentures can continue to be worn comfortably. Additionally, an implant dentist may need to perform a bone graft before placing an implant due to low bone density.

A sinus lift can be performed before a dental implant procedure if needed. This procedure allows for proper implant placement. A sinus lift is not uncommon, and if you’re looking to get an implant, it may be right for you to ensure a healthy, safe procedure.

Before

Smile before coming to DeJesus Dental Group

After

Smile after coming to DeJesus Dental Group

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When Should Teeth Be Pulled?

While it’s always the goal of our team to save your natural teeth, there are some cases when extracting the tooth is the only way to relieve pain or restore full functionality to that area of your mouth. With our combination of experience, training, and anesthetic, our dentists can remove unhealthy teeth quickly and, many times, painlessly.

The DeJesus Dental Group has a trained staff, knowledgeable on how to perform intricate oral surgical procedures. Whether it’s for wisdom tooth removal or a dental emergency, our team of dental specialists will help you. You can call either office or use our appointment booking link here.

The removal of a tooth should be a last resort. 

It is best practice to save a natural tooth whenever possible.

Learning that you need dental surgery can be intimidating and scary, but our dentists are highly qualified on the different aspects of oral surgery. Often, our dentists can perform these types of procedures in-house, but they may sometimes refer a patient to an oral surgeon if necessary. Depending on the dentist’s experience and credentials, he or she can schedule it or perform the surgery that day. 

Types of Oral Surgeries

Dental implants are one of the most common oral surgeries used to replace one or several missing teeth. For those who have adequate bone strength, this type of surgery can restore your smile and confidence with a permanent tooth replacement.

Wisdom tooth removal is another form of oral surgery that’s often needed. Because wisdom teeth are the third and final molars to come in, they sometimes create crowding or shifting problems with your other teeth. Not every wisdom tooth needs extraction, but the majority of them do depending on the situation.

Jaw-related issues, like abnormal growth, can create misalignment with the upper and lower bones. This problem can make it difficult to eat, speak, and even breathe. Oral maxillofacial surgery can realign the jaw and ease those issues. Depending on the severity of a patient’s case, we may be able to help right in our office.

Bone grafts are often needed for denture wearers if the bone begins to deteriorate over time. By strengthening the bone through oral surgery, dentures can continue to be worn comfortably. Additionally, an implant dentist may need to perform a bone graft before placing an implant due to low bone density.

A sinus lift can be performed before a dental implant procedure if needed. This procedure allows for proper implant placement. A sinus lift is not uncommon, and if you’re looking to get an implant, it may be right for you to ensure a healthy, safe procedure. 

Before

After

When Should Teeth Be Pulled?

While it’s always the goal of our team to save your natural teeth, there are some cases when extracting the tooth is the only way to relieve pain or restore full functionality to that area of your mouth. With our combination of experience, training, and anesthetic, our dentists can remove unhealthy teeth quickly and, many times, painlessly.

The DeJesus Dental Group has a trained staff, knowledgeable on how to perform intricate oral surgical procedures. Whether it’s for wisdom tooth removal or a dental emergency, our team of dental specialists will help you. You can call either office or use our appointment booking link here.

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BRIDGEPORT/TRUMBULL LINE

4131 MAIN ST, BRIDGEPORT, CT 06606

SHELTON

770 RIVER RD SHELTON, CT 06484

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