As surgical specialists,
we offer a wide range of oral health solutions.


You are in good hands. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons receive more anesthesia training than any other doctor except anesthesiologists. Our doctors are licensed by the State of Ohio to provide General Anesthesia. They have completed at least four years of training in a hospital-based surgical residency program that includes four to six months focused on anesthesia.

Dental Implants

Whether you need to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth, we design personalized dental implants to be a perfect match for your natural-looking, lifelong smile.

All-On-4/Hybrid Denture

With just four dental implants, we can replace all of the teeth on the top or bottom of your mouth. Ordinary dentures sit on top of your gums, leading to eating and speaking issues, slippage, oral sores, and overall discomfort. All-on-4 dental implants are securely fused to your jaw to promote bone growth. Without a plate covering the roof of the mouth, speaking and eating is more comfortable and food tastes better.

Facial and Oral Pathology

From the removal of moles and skin tags to cysts and tumors, we specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of head, neck and oral lesions. Lesions are typically discovered by your general dentist and referred to our team for treatment.

Facial Trauma and
Reconstructive Surgery

We have extensive experience with facial injuries and trauma requiring surgical treatment. Because of our comprehensive understanding of the maxillofacial skeleton, our surgeons are uniquely qualified to perform reconstructive hard and soft tissue grafting.

Cleft Surgery

Children born with dentofacial deformities including teeth issues or facial, lip and palatal clefts require surgical intervention. Our surgeons are not only well trained pediatric surgeons, they have a heart for serving children.

Bone Grafting

Missing teeth cause the jawbone to atrophy and become absorbed by the body. If a tooth has been missing for an extended period, we may first recommend a bone graft to strengthen the jaw. Our experienced team of oral surgeons utilizes modern techniques to augment weakened jaws typically in preparation for dental implants.

Corrective Jaw Surgery

If you were born with a jaw and teeth that do not align properly, jaw surgery can resolve these issues. Our experienced oral surgeons will reposition your teeth and related facial bones to create a balanced appearance and improved jaw function.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

The eruption of four wisdom teeth (also called third molars) can pose a threat to your oral health. Wisdom teeth often become impacted and can severely disrupt the alignment of your smile, cause infection, damage the jawbone and lead to long-term oral health issues. Our surgeons specialize in virtually pain-free wisdom teeth removal.

Impacted Canines and Other Teeth

An impacted tooth is blocked, stuck, or otherwise unable to fully erupt for proper function. Wisdom teeth are the most commonly impacted teeth, but canines are second in line. Whether the impacted tooth is caused by overcrowding, extra teeth or unusual growths, our treatment process is designed to return your mouth to optimum oral health.

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