Dental Surgery Windsor

Your smile: Making good first and long-lasting impressions. How do you want to create yours?
Because at Wonsch Dental, we know it is hard to feel confident if you are embarrassed by your smile.

Look no further than Wonsch Dental if you're seeking a family dentist who can deliver excellent care and beautiful dental services. We accept both adults and children as new patients at our Windsor, Ontario dental clinic. We reject the idea that there is a single best way to practice dental care. We adapt our care to your particular oral health needs.

Bright smiles for you and your family.

Are you attempting to brighten, whiten, or straighten? Perhaps you're looking for a new practice to help you keep your smile healthy, or you're introducing your child to professional dental care for the first time. You'll enjoy what we have to offer at Wonsch Dental, no matter what your dental requirements may be.

Female patient with 2 dentists during the dental surgery in Windsor, ON

What is Dental Surgery?

Though we can certainly take care of you when it comes to your more commonplace dental needs, from regular cleanings to fillings and crowns, there are times when problems do arise in oral care, and dental surgery is the solution.

Any serious dental services done on your teeth, gums, jaw, or nearby oral and face structures are referred to as oral surgery. Teeth extractions, dental bone grafts, periodontal (gum) grafts, and corrective jaw surgery are only a few of the many operations that are included.

Types of Dental Surgery Services

There are a number of different procedures that fall under the definition of "dental surgery".

Tooth Removal

Tooth extraction is the most typical oral surgery procedure. If you have serious decay, periodontitis, dental trauma, or require wisdom teeth removal, an extraction may be advised. In order to get ready for dentures or other prosthetic devices, it may be necessary to extract some of your teeth.

When possible, most dentists try to keep your natural teeth, but occasionally extractions are necessary to protect your general oral health. The removal of wisdom teeth is also frequently advised by dentists as a prophylactic strategy to lower your risk of developing cavities, losing bone density, and experiencing other issues.

Tooth-Bone Grafting

When bone loss has occurred in your jaw, you will require a dental bone graft. There are a few potential causes for this. The roots of your natural teeth activate the jaw's nerves when they are present. This tells your brain to feed your jaw nutrients to maintain its strength. Long-term tooth loss can cause bone degradation in the region because there are no roots to stimulate the nerves. In order to later insert dental implants, your jawbone needs to be restored in volume and density with a dental bone graft.

The bone surrounding your teeth may begin to erode if your gum disease is advanced. A bone graft gives a stable foundation and lessens movement. This is a type of restorative dentistry.

Implant Dentistry
Most people agree that dental implants are the most dependable and long-lasting tooth replacement alternative available. These tiny threaded posts, which are created from zirconia or titanium of the highest quality, are inserted into your jaw to replace the roots of lost teeth. Dental crowns, dental bridges, or dentures can be used to repair implants after they have healed. This is a form of cosmetic dentistry.
Surgery for Periodontitis

Gum disease treatment may be advised by a gum expert if you have moderate or severe periodontitis. Incisions are made along your gum line during this treatment, and the tissue is momentarily pulled back from your teeth. The plaque and bacteria that have built up behind your gums will then be flushed away by your surgeon as they clean the roots of your teeth. The gum tissue is finally replaced and secured in place using sutures.

Periodontitis can occasionally result in gum recession. In certain situations, a gum graft may be necessary. Your surgeon will use donor tissue to support the lost tissue during this treatment. You can either get this tissue from the roof of your mouth or buy it from a licensed tissue bank.

Jaw Surgery
Orthognathic surgery, often known as corrective jaw surgery, treats skeletal issues with your jaw bones. This technique may be advised to alleviate facial imbalances, repair misalignments, or enhance chewing performance. To relieve pain brought on by TMJ dysfunction, corrective jaw surgery is frequently used.

Contact Us Today for Your Oral Health Consultation

Our dental team of experts is dedicated to making you feel comfortable throughout the whole dental care process. They will professionally evaluate whether or not dental surgery is necessary for your smile. There may be alternative treatments available for your dental care.

Don't hesitate when it comes to your teeth. We are accepting new patients. Contact us today and get started working towards the smile of your dreams!

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