Our Dental Surgery Treatments Include

Dental Implant Surgery
Dental Oral Surgery
Ridge Preservation and Augmentation
Wisdom Tooth Removal Surgery
Periodontal Surgery and Gum Surgery
Root Canal Surgery and Tooth Crown Lengthening

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Dental Surgery Treatments

Dr. Afshar has over 25 years of experience with wisdom tooth removal surgery and complicated extractions. We offer FREE CONSULTATION for dental surgery and dental oral surgery treatments. We take care of all referral patients for difficult extraction in the comfort of our office.

We ensure you have a pleasant and stress-free experience with us.

Dental Surgeries Treatments
Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom Tooth Removal Surgery

Wisdom tooth removal surgery  is the name given to the last or 3rd molars in your mouth. They usually grow into the mouth in your late teens or early adulthood, between the ages of 17 and 21. The eruption of these teeth was supposed to correspond with the arrival of maturity and ‘wisdom’, hence the name. Generally speaking, everybody has Wisdom Teeth, though some may be missing one or more of them.

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The extraction of Wisdom Teeth refers to the removal of your wisdom teeth from their socket. Wisdom Teeth can sometimes be “impacted” (stuck and unable to grow normally), resulting in recurring gum infections unless removed. A wisdom tooth itself may also crowd or damage the molar next to it and its roots, or damage the jawbone and its soft tissues. When the wisdom tooth grows toward adjacent teeth, it can trap plaque and debris making your teeth more vulnerable to decay.

At Afshar Dental Clinic we are very fortunate to have Dr. Mehdi Afshar on staff. His over 25 years of experience with Wisdom Tooth Removal or other difficult or complex Extractions means there’s no need for most patients to see an oral surgeon, visit a hospital or go elsewhere. You can relax while having your wisdom tooth removal surgery is in the process. Extractions completed in familiar surroundings!

For those patients who might be anxious about having their Wisdom Tooth or any other tooth extracted, we offer several levels of freezing and sedation to ensure you’re safe and comfortable:

  • Local Anesthesia
  • Local Anesthesia & Laughing Gas

In general, our wisdom tooth removal goes easily in a very friendly and familiar environment. Dr. Afshar does surgical procedures patiently,  Free from anxiety and stress. Our caring and knowledgeable dental professionals will do their best to ensure you have a pleasant and stress-free experience with us.

Almost all of our dental surgery procedure goes comfortably for our patients. Although our clients while surgical procedures may feel slight pressure but there is absolutely no pain at all.

Contact us today to learn more about your options for wisdom tooth removal surgery or any other dental surgeries such as oral maxillofacial surgery, gum surgery, periodontal surgery, receding gum surgery, root canal surgery, dental implant surgery, dental oral surgery, gum flap surgery, and implant surgery .                                     


Ridge Preservation & Augmentation

Post-surgical bone resorption after tooth removal is very common in dental practice. The bone loss shows itself by concavities and thinning of bone in horizontal and loss of it in the vertical direction.

It is important to know the bone loss decreases final outcome and quality of dental implant surgery. It affects the longevity of the dental implant too.

Preservation of bone while removing a non-salvageable tooth is essential prior to dental implant placement. By the procedures, we make scaffolds in order bone forms in areas where are required to retain dental implants and surrounding soft tissues.

Pictures of Ridge preservation techniques and comparison of thickness and heights of bone in cases where the preventive measures have been considered and with cases where No Ridge preservation has been rendered.

The literature studies have approved the majority of this naturally destructive process tends to occur within the first few weeks and months immediately after extraction in susceptible individuals.

Ridge Preservation at the time of tooth extraction would be the best approach to not only minimize this adverse outcome but rather to guide the natural wound healing to increase at the extraction sockets.