Aspen Dental oral surgeons are highly trained, using the latest technology to treat a wide range of conditions. In the rare cases where we are unable to address your needs, we’ll help find a specialist who can resolve your dental issue—and you can get back to living your healthiest, happiest life.
Because our third molars are the last teeth to develop, they can impact the health of the surrounding teeth and gums if they are not removed.
A popular solution to replace missing teeth. Your surgeon will insert a titanium rod in your jawbone that anchors to a dental crown.
If you do not have sufficient jawbone tissue to support an oral prosthetic (such as an implant), a bone graft procedure can help improve density.
Some cases are more complex than others. In times like these, your Aspen Dental care team is here to connect you with a specialist who can help you find the relief you need.
Cleft Lip/Palate Repair
Unequal jaw growth (malocclusion)
Every surgical procedure is unique, but aftercare generally includes:
Arranging for a mode of transportation from the office
No eating or drinking at least few hours after surgery
Abstaining from tobacco or alcohol during your recovery period
Avoiding strenuous activity in the days immediate following surgery