At Michigan Oral Surgeons, our oral and maxillofacial surgeons, along with the entire team, strive to provide every single patient with the highest level of oral surgical care to achieve optimum results. Our entire team is dedicated to ensuring you receive excellent personalized care and service to make your visits as comfortable and pleasant as possible.
Dalbert W. Fear Jr., DDS, MS, Paul C. Lopez, DDS, MD, Anthony Fasi, DDS, MD, and Christopher Sanker, DDS, MD, are available to deliver exceptional care, whether you need wisdom teeth removal, dental implant placement, corrective jaw surgery, or facial trauma treatment. With convenient office locations in Plymouth, Ann Arbor, and Adrian, Michigan, please contact one of our office locations today!
Many teens and adults have developed a full set of permanent teeth and are unaware of their wisdom teeth developing in the far back of the mouth. These molars are undetectable without regular dental examinations. Unfortunately, wisdom teeth can cause significant oral health problems such as infections, bone loss, and tooth decay if they are not removed.
Recent research supports the fact that wisdom teeth can cause both oral and systemic health problems. At Michigan Oral Surgeons, we recommend proactive management of wisdom teeth through early removal when indicated. This will reduce the risk of complications associated with wisdom teeth. To find out if your wisdom teeth are in need of removal, please contact our office to make an appointment.
Dental implants are arguably the most popular dental restoration option if you are missing one tooth or even multiple teeth. A dental implant is the best solution because it offers the most stable, natural-looking and long-term option for patients to regain their oral health, function, and facial aesthetics.
The oral and maxillofacial surgeons at Michigan Oral Surgeons are uniquely qualified oral surgery specialists and are happy to meet with you and perform your dental implant placement. Our doctors have placed thousands of dental implants since modern implant techniques were first performed in the United States in 1982. To make a consultation appointment with one of our surgeons, receive an oral exam, and discuss your dental implant options, please contact our office.
When a patient’s jaws do not meet properly or have another form of misalignment or improper bite, corrective jaw surgery may be necessary. A misaligned jaw can cause numerous problems like sleep apnea, digestive problems (due to the inability to properly chew), impaired speech and other oral health problems.
If you think that you may be a candidate for corrective jaw surgery, we encourage you to contact our office for an initial consultation with Dr. Fear, Dr. Lopez, Dr. Fasi, or Dr. Sanker. All four of our oral surgeons have undergone extensive surgical training and education, making them uniquely qualified to examine and treat irregularities of the jaw and face. Call one of our conveniently located offices in Ann Arbor, MI, Plymouth, MI, and Adrian, MI, today to schedule your consultation.