Our oral surgeons perform a broad scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery services to restore your oral health in a comfortable, state-of-the-art setting. We make your care our top priority and strive to ensure you feel confident about your decision to come to Michigan Oral Surgeons.
A dental implant is a popular tooth replacement option that looks, feels, and functions like a natural tooth. It can be used to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Most dental health professionals recommend removing wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, to protect oral health and prevent complications.
All-on-4® Treatment Concept
Combining the technology of dental implants with the look of a natural prosthesis, the All-on-4 treatment concept replaces an entire upper or lower arch of teeth.
Bone grafting is a common procedure before a patient can receive a dental implant to ensure there is enough bone for successful treatment.
Oral surgeons can restore facial aesthetics and proportions, correct the functionality of the jaw, and replace missing or damaged teeth due to injury.
Impacted Tooth Exposure
An orthodontist and oral surgeon work together to expose an impacted tooth and bring it into the dental arch successfully.
Corrective Jaw Surgery
Also known as orthognathic surgery, corrective jaw surgery is intended for patients with moderate to severe jaw misalignment to improve eating, speaking, and breathing.
A tooth may need to be removed due to damage, decay, disease, or as a part of a larger dental health treatment plan, such as dental implants or braces.
Any abnormality in the mouth should be evaluated by a dental health professional, such as the oral surgeons at Michigan Oral Surgery.
Also known as endodontic microsurgery, an apicoectomy treats an infected tooth root and ensures it does not develop additional infections or complications.
Dentures should provide a snug and comfortable fit. Pre-prosthetic surgery can enhance the look, feel, and function of a patient’s denture.