Oral Surgery Procedures
When it comes to selecting an oral surgeon for your needs, it’s important to choose one with plenty of service options, provided by the experienced and highly skilled professional. In Londonderry and Salem, New Hampshire, Dr. Malik at Granite State Oral Surgery will maintain your dental health and take care of any problems that may arise.
We offer an extensive list of oral surgery procedures, some of which are included below. If you have questions about any of our treatment options please give our friendly staff a call to see about scheduling an appointment so we can go over your specific treatment options in more detail. You can click on any of the topics listed below to learn more.
Dental implants offer the best long-term solution for dental restoration. A post is placed in the jawbone to act as the root of the tooth. Then, a crown, bridge, or implant-supported dentures can be placed on the post to create an implant.
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Wisdom Teeth Removal (3rd Molars)
Your dentist may have recommended that you have your wisdom teeth evaluated. It is usually recommended that your wisdom teeth be extracted even before problems develop. This is done to avoid a more painful or more complicated extraction that might have to be done later. Removal is easier in young people, when the wisdom teeth roots are not yet fully developed and the bone is less dense.
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At Granite State Oral Surgery, we offer a wide range of specialized treatments that benefit from an oral surgeon's expertise.
A tooth that can not be saved with restorative materials may need to be removed.
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Platelet Rich Fibrin
The use of PRP in tooth sockets after tooth extractions is capable of improving soft tissue healing and positively influencing bone regeneration.
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Exposure and Bracketing
Occasionally, an adult tooth has insufficient room to erupt into the mouth or may form at an angle that does not allow it to erupt properly. When this occurs the tooth is said to be impacted. To save these teeth and bring them into a normal position in the mouth, we can work in conjunction with your orthodontist to expose the teeth and slowly guide them into position.
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Oral and maxillofacial pathology refers to diseases of the mouth and the jaw. Treatment options vary based on the patient’s specific needs.
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Any concerns with the skin in the mouth, a sore that is not healing properly or a lump on the inside of the cheeks, palate, gums or lips, may merit a biopsy so that the tissue sample can be tested for oral cancer.
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Here at Granite State Oral Surgery, it is our wish to make your experience with us as safe and comfortable as possible. One of the ways in which we accomplish this goal is through the administration of anesthesia.
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