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Call Us Today!
(910) 793-0440
Call Us Today!
(910) 793-0440


Compassionate Dental Care for Residents in Wilmington, North Carolina

Our Philosophy
Our philosophy has always been to provide our patients with quality oral surgery care while treating everyone with dignity, respect and compassion. It’s something we demand of ourselves. Earning and keeping your trust is our commitment to you.
​You can be assured – we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide.
Dental Implants
Dental implants have been helping dentists restore function and aesthetics to their patients for almost fifty years. With a proper plan between the patient, dentist and surgeon, an excellent result can be achieved. In fact, the success rate for dental implants is almost 100%. If you have missing or failing teeth, talk to your dentist or contact us to see if dental implants are right for you.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth have been recognized as a source of chronic infections for years. Even in the absence of symptoms such as pain, swelling and fever, a chronic infection can still occur and put a burden on the body’s immune system. An oral surgeon can remove the source of infection in a safe and comfortable fashion. Please contact us if you have any questions about your wisdom teeth.
Dental Extractions
Teeth are the hardest structures in the human body, yet they are vulnerable to fractures, cavities and infections of the gum and bone that supports them. Improper oral care, cavities, infections, periodontal disease or a crowded mouth are all reasons to consider tooth extraction. If you are experiencing discomfort, then contact us today for more information on which options will best suit your situation. 
Dental Trauma & Facial Injuries 
Facial trauma can create small problems such as chipped or loose teeth, but oftentimes it's more complicated. Oral surgeons are trained in all aspects of diagnosis, repair and reconstruction of facial trauma. Of all specialties, we are best prepared to coordinate treatment involving practitioners of diverse backgrounds, from your neurosurgeon to your dental hygienist.
Bone/Tissue Grafting
Replacement of teeth for function or aesthetics should be viewed as reconstruction of a missing structure. Sometimes only one missing tooth needs to be replaced, but oftentimes replacing bone and soft tissue is necessary for the tooth to look, feel and function normally. Taking treatment in steps or phases allows the patient, dentist and surgeon to reach an ideal result with more precision.
Oral Pathology
Whenever patients hear the terms "lesion," "mass" or "biopsy," cancer is usually their first thought. But, that is not always the case. While oral cancer can be a concern in some situations, most oral pathology has nothing to do with carcinoma of the mouth. A thorough history and clinical examination are necessary prior to proceeding with a biopsy. We work with both general and oral pathologists, as well as your dentist and physician, to provide you with the best care possible.
General Anesthesia/I.V. Sedation 
Dentists and physicians have been providing anesthesia to remove pain and anxiety for 100 years. Oral surgeons are trained by anesthesiologists on how to safely administer anesthesia in an outpatient setting. Routine continuing education, testing and accreditation keep our office at the forefront of safe and effective anesthesia. 

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