Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC is a practice that performs apicoectomies 11368 for patients. An apicoectomy is also known as root end resection. It removes infection from the root tip and tissue surrounding it. Sometimes after a root canal procedure or endodontic retreatment, infection and inflammation can remain.
Apicoectomies 11368 are designed to remove this infection and inflammation with a procedure that uses an incision to expose bone in the gum tissue and surrounding inflamed tissue. Damaged tissue and the end of the root tip are removed. Over time, the bone heals naturally and full function is restored to the tooth.
Our offices are open Monday through Thursday for appointments, and Fridays for surgery. Patients can connect with us on Facebook and Google. Our dentist, Dr. Arian Sadeghi, has over 10 years of experience as an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon and extensive training and experience in advanced oral surgical procedures. Some of these include impacted wisdom teeth, dental implants, bone grafting and orthognathic surgery. He also specializes in corrective and cosmetic jaw surgery, facial trauma and reconstructive surgery. Patients who come in for emergencies such as facial fractures and lacerations are also seen in our offices. We pride ourselves on offering patients care that gives them the best aesthetic results and health for their teeth. If you are suffering a dental emergency, or need oral surgery, call us today. We do our best to accommodate patients immediately if they are having an emergency that requires immediate care. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC is committed to patient excellence, is open during convenient hours for patients and on days they need to come in for exams and for emergencies. Visit our website for convenient door to door directions to plan your next visit to our offices. We know that you’ll walk out of our office feeling happy that your teeth have been properly taken care of.
Your sinus wall must be sufficiently thick and strong if you’re thinking about getting a dental implant to replace an upper tooth. And just as bone grafting is available as a way to correct a thin jaw bone for lower teeth, so too can we at Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC offer sinus lifts as the applicable procedure for augmenting your sinus wall so that you can experience the advantages of an implant.
The process of our Corona sinus lift is that bone tissue is harvested from another part of your body, or alternatively, bone is obtained from a tissue donor bank. Our oral surgeon enhances your sinus wall structure with the tissue, and this spurs the growth of more of your own bone. The result is a sinus wall that meets the standards required for a dental implant thanks to our Corona sinus lift. It takes a few months for this new bone growth to occur, but that is time well spent. Not only does implant dentistry have a remarkably high rate of success, over 95%, but with proper care it is possible to get a lifetime of use out of one. Unlike a traditional bridge or dentures, an implant needs no messy adhesives nor the loss of material from neighboring teeth to promote stability. They’re structured to mimic the best qualities of a real tooth, with a root that extends past the gums and into your sinus wall, just like natural teeth. And with upper teeth, dentures have to contend with gravity, making them less reliable. You’ll never have to worry about that with an implant.
Contact our office so that we can book an appointment for you. Come in and find out if our Corona sinus lift is necessary for you to get your new dental implant.
Corona bone graft
When dental bone fades, so can your smile. Don’t let it get to that point. If you’re struggling with punishing consequences of gum disease, you can still undo much of the effects. With that said, don’t hesitate to reach out Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens. Step through our doors and feel free to ask about our Corona bone graft.
Periodontitis is a sneaky disease. One that chews away at dental bone one millimeter at a time. While teeth might feel firm today, don’t let it lull you into a false sense of security. If enough dental bone is lost, it’s only a matter of time before teeth fall out. While this sounds scary, it really doesn’t have to be. There’s much you can still do about it. Bone grafting takes care of the issue by replacing lost dental bone. How does it work and where does the bone come from? Any of the following: synthetic materials, animals, or another human being. A dental professional will determine the best route for you to go down. The wonderful thing about bone grafting is that it also opens up roads to other restorative procedures—like dental implants. You can’t get these unless the jaw has sufficient bone to provide stability. Bone grafting can supply the bone in spades, so you won’t need to worry about not being able to get implants. Sounds good to you? Our patients certainly think so. If you’d like more information, go ahead and reach out to Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens. And treat yourself to a Corona bone graft.
Time is of the essence, so don’t waste another second in getting this taken care of. Call or e-mail Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens. Ask our amazing staff about scheduling an appointment and they’ll take care of the rest. Then you’ll be only moments away from a Corona bone graft.
Sometimes it is wise to part with your wisdom teeth. The four wisdom teeth, or third molars as they are really known, are the last adult teeth to erupt and usually make their appearance between the ages of 17 – 24. Our doctor at Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens often recommends that these final teeth be removed because they are causing problems and are threatening the other teeth in his mouth. Corona extractions of the wisdom teeth should be performed when they are causing a crowding of the mouth, are impacted, come in at an angle, causing adjacent teeth to shift, food is lodging behind them or are causing infections, pain or discomfort. The human mouth was designed to hold 28 teeth comfortably and the four wisdom teeth bring the total up to 32, so for many people something has to go.
If one of the wisdom teeth is impacted or causing a problem many dentists recommend pulling all four arguing that the four wisdom teeth should be pulled even if they are not causing any immediate problem just to prevent a problem from arising at a later date. Corona extractions are often done through a simple surgical procedure on an outpatient basis in our office. To extract a wisdom tooth our doctor will first numb the tooth using a local anesthetic, if the patient is uncomfortable with the local anesthetic sedation or even general anesthesia can be used to put the patient to sleep during the procedure, especially if all four molars are to be pulled. Once the area is numb our doctor will make a small incision in the gum to expose the tooth and bone and then the doctor will remove the tooth and bone that blocks access to the tooth’s roots. Generally, the doctor will then break the tooth up into several pieces, which are easier to remove than the whole tooth at once. After the tooth has been removed the site will be cleaned to make sure there is no debris left from the tooth or bone and the wound is closed using a few stitches.
The wounds from the Corona extractions generally heal quite quickly if the patient refrains from eating the wrong types of food and irritating the area. Any post-operative pain should be relatively mild and controlled by the use of over-the-counter pain relievers. So, be smart and lose a little wisdom by having your third molars extracted whenever it becomes necessary.
Corona dental emergency
At Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC, we serve patients who are suffering from a Corona dental emergency as quickly as possible. We know that a dental emergency cannot wait, and needs to be treated within hours. Sometimes even as little as an hour is crucial when it comes to teeth that have been knocked out or dislodged from the gums. The tooth may die if it’s out of the mouth for too long. If a tooth has been knocked out, we recommend placing the tooth in milk to help it stay alive until you can make it in to our offices.
Facial trauma is also considered a dental emergency. Patients can come to our offices or call us to see how quickly we can fit you into our schedules and handle your Corona dental emergency. For more information, give us a call or check out our website. Learn about our friendly staff and our dentist, learn more about our procedures, and view our visiting hours and directions. We hope that you’ll like our friendly and inviting offices, and experience the great atmosphere we try to provide patients with when they come in for their dental procedures.
We not only handle patients who are having a Corona dental emergency, we also specialize in services like implants, sinus lifts and replacements such as fixed or removable partial and full dentures. We can also perform apicoectomies, removal of abscesses or cysts and do bone grafting. Our doctor, Dr. Arian Sadeghi, is trained in advanced oral surgery procedures such as orthognathic surgery, corrective and cosmetic jaw surgery and reconstructive surgeries. Facial traumas include facial fractures and lacerations, maxillofacial tumors and surgery for TMJ. Call today to experience the best in emergency and regular dental care with Dr. Sadeghi and his staff.
Corona jaw surgeon
Jaw pain is not only uncomfortable, but it can be frustrating, too. It’s easy to take your jaw function for granted, but when they’re bothering you, everything from speaking to laughing; chewing to yawning is a chore. At Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC, you can benefit from corrective jaw surgery. You’ll be in the hands of an experienced specialist in this type of procedure, so you can be confident about the results from our Corona jaw surgeon.
Jaw issues can occur without any warning, or they may develop steadily over a period of a time. Sometimes, they can be the result of a birth defect. Trauma to the jaw area due to an injury or accident is also common. The possible results of a jaw condition can range from having difficulty opening your mouth wide enough to eat to clicking or other noises when you move your jaws up and down or side to side. The effects can even extend to the upper part of your face. Double vision and numbness in the skin below your eyes can also occur. Our Corona jaw surgeon will examine you to determine if you are a good candidate for a corrective procedure. Fortunately, the surgery is done at our office on an outpatient basis. There is no need for an overnight hospital stay, or even a hospital visit at all. Your jaws might need to be wired, though this is not always the case. Healing occurs gradually, typically over the course of six weeks or so. By that time, the bone will heal and you will be able to resume eating solid foods. Until that time, you will be confined to liquid foods.
Arrange an appointment with our Corona jaw surgeon. Reach out to our office right now to schedule a convenient time.
A Corona toothache is a sign of a dental problem. While the dentist will try to save the natural tooth, there are some situations in which the tooth may be too damaged or decayed to do so. Under these circumstances, your dentist might recommend that you see an oral surgeon like ours at Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC for a tooth extraction.
There’s no need to be concerned if your Corona toothache requires you to have a dental extraction. Due to modern day advancement in technology, oral surgery is much easier for patients than it used to be. This is especially true when you have a well-trained professional like ours at Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC performing your extraction. You’ll be in excellent hands with our oral surgeon at Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC. Dr. Arian Sadeghi is an experienced oral surgeon who is passionate about his profession. You can rest assured that you’ll be well taken care of with Dr. Sadeghi. To him, oral surgery is not a job; it’s rewarding for him to help his patients feel confident and leave with a smile. Dr. Sadeghi has extensive advanced training more than ten years as a maxillofacial oral surgeon. Due to his exceptional skills, experience, training and expertise, our patients receive the outstanding care they need and deserve. He’s equipped to handle many oral surgery procedures such as: impacted wisdom teeth, dental implants, corrective and cosmetic jaw surgery, orthognathic surgery, facial fractures and lacerations, maxillofacial tumors and reconstructive surgery, TMJ surgery, bone grafting and facial trauma and reconstructive surgery. Our expert oral surgeon and the rest of our highly trained, friendly team are committed to providing you with the exceptional care you need. We do everything possible to make your experience as anxiety-free and as pain-free as possible.
Schedule your Corona toothache oral surgery consultation today. Our staff looks forward to your call and to assisting you.
Dental Implants in Corona
The only thing better than getting implants to replace your missing teeth is to have them done expertly by a specialist. That’s exactly what you get here at Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC.
Our dental implants in Corona are typically completed in three stages. First, a titanium post is surgically placed in your jaw. The bone tissue grows around it and eventuality fuses with it to create a strong and dependable foundation, similar to the root of a natural tooth. And that’s a good thing, because it means you won’t need any messy adhesives to keep the tooth in place, and your other teeth will not be affected or lose any of their material just to get out dental implants in Corona. When the fusion of post and jaw bone has occurred, our oral surgeon will uncover the post and add a support post, or what is sometimes called a collar or abutment. Then your new tooth, made to precise standards from impressions, is cemented to the titanium post. The support post/abutment keeps the tooth steady and reliable. Depending on your individual circumstances, you may be able to get your implant without the support collar, which will reduce the overall time and effort from start to finish. In fact, you might be able to have your implant post placed immediately after having a tooth removed, for maximum convenience and the quickest possible results. No matter what, you can count on your implant for the long term. With proper care, it can last you a lifetime. It will never decay or need root canal like a natural tooth, but you can speak, laugh, and chew with it as if it were.
To discover if our dental implants in Corona are the right option for you when it comes to tooth replacement, contact our office and arrange a consultation and exam.
11368 root canal
A toothache may signify the need for a filling or 11368 root canal. If the tooth is cracked, the cracked pieces of the tooth can move and irritate the pulp inside, which ends up being painful. Root canals are done when the pulp inside a tooth becomes infected. The pulp nourishes the tooth around it, keeping it healthy and fed. If the pulp becomes damaged, a root canal procedure is needed to clean out the damaged pulp and seal the tooth. This is done to save the tooth before it can be capped off with a crown to protect the area.
At Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens, LLS, our dentist will perform a 11368 root canal procedure as a way to save the tooth from extraction so that it doesn’t have to be pulled. If you do need an extraction, we can have the tooth out quickly and in just one visit. It’s better to remove the tooth if it is deeply infected so that the infection doesn’t spread. An infection, called an abscess, can create serious problems down the road. An emergency root canal, or emergency endodontic treatment, is designed to save the tooth from needing extraction so that it doesn’t have to be pulled.
A 11368 root canal is designed to clean the inside of the tooth and remove the damaged and infected pulp, while saving the entire tooth surrounding it. We first clean and seal the tooth while the patient is under local anesthesia. It is not painful and once completed, a crown is placed over it to protect the area. An emergency root canal may be performed if there is an infection, or abscess, under the tooth’s root or along the gum line. Call our offices today for more information on root canals and the process under which they are done.
Corona NY Wisdom Tooth Extractions
The typical schedule for wisdom teeth to grow in is in the late teens or early 20s, but can happen after that, too. The need to extract them is not automatic, but it probable. At Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery of Queens LLC, we are dedicated to minimizing your pain and that means being available for the prompt removal of your wisdom teeth when necessary.
Whether or not you are suffering at the moment, if your wisdom teeth have begun erupting, you should come in for an evaluation. Being pro-active is a good idea and can spare you the worst consequences that are possible when wisdom teeth grow in crooked, partially, and/or become impacted. Our Corona NY wisdom teeth extractions are done under local anesthesia to ensure your comfort. And if you are nervous or fearful about undergoing the procedure, we’re happy to provide sedation to make certain you feel at ease. The gum tissue covering the tooth will be opened and then any bone tissue blocking access removed. It’s not uncommon for the teeth to have to be removed in several pieces. When the procedure is complete, your gums will be stitched. Don’t worry if there is a minimal amount of residual bleeding. That is perfectly natural after oral surgery like our Corona NY wisdom teeth extractions. For 24 hours after, eat only soft foods, avoiding smoking, and use a combination of ice packs on your face and over-the-counter medication to manage any swelling and pain. We also recommend that you don’t exert yourself during that time period. It may take up to a few days for you to experience a full recovery.
When you consider that wisdom teeth can cause damage to surrounding teeth, bone, and even nerves, it makes perfect sense to act quickly in seeking our our Corona NY wisdom teeth extractions. Call us to book a prompt appointment.