Oral Surgery Services At Vintage
Wisdom Tooth Removal
In most cases a set of 20 teeth erupt by the age of two to three years. However, teeth eruption process does not complete till the third molars also erupt. These are the wisdom teeth that are located at the far end of the mouth.
X-Rays & Imaging
In addition to a thorough examination of your oral cavity, Dr. Millwala relies on x-rays and imaging to provide information about your teeth and oral cavity. The information he gets from these two important devices provides for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
A lost tooth makes us conscious of our health and also makes eating a little difficult. A dental implant is a solution to all these problems. Because of having roots and a crown, an implant works the same way a natural tooth does.
People can lose teeth with age, either due to decay or to periodontal disease. However, if the space from where the tooth has been removed is left unattended, it can affect the jaw bone. It also forces the remaining teeth to move from their position, changing the facial structure.
Your comfort is one of our top priorities at Vintage Oral Surgery, and to that end we provide various levels of sedation. Some patients may need a minimal level, just enough to help them relax, while others may need more.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons receive extensive training in treating facial trauma. They also study the occlusion of teeth, how the jaws come together, in great detail. Such training gives the oral and maxillofacial surgeon an edge over medical colleagues when it comes to treating injuries of the face and jaw.
Many people are not aware of the serious problems that can occur in the face and neck area. Each year millions of people are not screened for oral cancers. Of those who do get screenings, close to 50,000 will be diagnosed with oral oropharyngeal cancer.
Some dental problems occur alone, while others occur as a set with many concerns. Such disorders are Temporomandibular joint (TMJ). These are a family of several problems connected to the jaw joint.