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Information About Oral/Maxillofacial Services

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Orofacial pain can be caused by a number of concerns and situations. In order to regain a comfortable life, treatment must be sought out immediately.

If any abnormalities are detected during your yearly dental examination, you may be referred to one of our skilled doctors to treat your condition.

Depending on the cause of your temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD), there are a large number of treatment options available to improve your joints.

Our skilled oral surgeons perform corrective jaw surgery to realign the upper and lower jaws and improve biting, speaking, and breathing abilities.

The jawbone is the foundation of your oral health and provides structure to hold your teeth in place. If this tissue is lacking, you may need a graft.

Ridge preservation is a special kind of bone grafting procedure that is performed to add healthy bone tissue directly into a dental implant site.

Our oral surgery specialists routinely remove problem teeth that no longer support oral health through simple and surgical extractions procedures.

A sinus lift is a procedure performed for patients who require a bone grafting to the sinus floor to increase the quality and quantity of tissue.

Platelet-rich plasma is derived naturally from your own blood to stimulate the quick and healthy healing and regeneration of surgical sites.

BMP (bone morphogenic protein) is commonly used by our specialists during many bone grafting surgeries, such as sinus lifts and ridge preservations.

Considered the current gold standard for tooth replacement in modern dentistry, dental implants are fixed restorations that function like real teeth.

At our Colorado offices, our skilled team of specialists performs surgical wisdom teeth extractions with your care, comfort, and needs in mind.

Our oral surgeons have advanced expertise in managing and treating facial injuries with acute, emergency, and long-term rehabilitation services.

IV sedation dentistry and general anesthesia can be used during your procedure to provide comfortable, safe, and positive treatment experiences.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.