Our Procedures

All of our doctors are board-certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (ABOMS), which means that they are held to the highest standards of oral surgery and patient care. We are honored to provide care to patients all around The Prairie State, and we offer a variety of procedures to suit all of your oral health needs.

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Dental Implants

A dental implant can successfully replace one or more missing teeth and provide a natural look and function.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Having wisdom teeth removed prevents future oral health complications, such as impaction, cysts, or tumors.

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Full-Arch Restoration

A full-arch restoration procedure replaces an entire arch of teeth with a permanent denture supported on dental implants.

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Bone Grafting

A bone graft promotes the growth of new bone in the jaw in preparation for the placement of a dental implant.

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General Tooth Extraction

It may be necessary to extract a tooth if it cannot be saved by other means or threatens the health of the other teeth.

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Impacted Tooth Exposure

Impacted canines are treated with an expose and bond procedure, which is a coordinated treatment between an oral surgeon and orthodontist.

Additional Procedures

TMJ Disorder (TMD) Treatment

Oral surgeons can treat TMJ disorders, such as pain or clicking in the jaw, both surgically and nonsurgically.

Orthognathic Surgery

Jaw surgery can treat bite problems or misalignments in the jaw and improve breathing and sleeping abilities.

Cleft Lip and Palate Treatment

A cleft is a type of birth defect that causes an opening or split in the upper lip or palate and can be corrected with surgery.

Facial Trauma

Oral surgeons are specially trained to treat facial trauma, ensuring that the impacted areas heal and function properly.

Oral Pathology

Abnormalities in the mouth could indicate oral cancer or disease, and early detection is key to effective treatment.

Distraction Osteogenesis

Bone in the jaw can be slowly and painlessly separated, allowing new bone to grow in the empty space.