When it comes to letting somebody perform surgery on your mouth, it can be difficult to know who to trust. Always check for patient reviews, testimonials, and positive reviews on sites like Google+. It’s important to know that your surgeon is trusted by their current patients.
Here at Oral Facial Surgical Arts, Dr. Achong and his team strive to provide the best customer service possible, but you don’t have to take our word for it. You’ll find several videos on this page for your viewing. Most of them are testimonials, but a few of them are videos about some of the services we offer. If you enjoy these videos, we invite you to visit and subscribe to our YouTube Channel to see more patient testimonials and other videos.
Contact us today for all of your oral surgical needs. We offer the following services:
Dental implants give you a second chance to have fully functional permanent teeth and enjoy life to the fullest. They look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth. Patients regain the ability to eat their favorite foods and can smile with confidence, because their teeth appear natural.
When recession of the gums occurs, the body loses a natural defense against bacterial penetration and trauma. When this problem occurs, gum reconstruction using grafting techniques is an option. Gum recession can also result in a cosmetic defect and a “long in the tooth” look that can be corrected.
We understand that patients can be very nervous and anxious about their oral surgery procedure. We try to make your experience as pleasant as possible. The sedation that we offer will put you to sleep and make you comfortable during your procedure.
The average adult has a total of 32 teeth. However, the average mouth only fits 28 teeth. The four additional teeth, which are the last teeth in the back of the jaw, are your Third Molars, commonly known as “wisdom teeth.” Your wisdom teeth usually are non-functional teeth and often need to be removed.
Occasionally, you may find that lumps or sores have formed inside your mouth. These can be a sign of a pathologic process, or cancerous growth. The most serious of which is oral cancer. Do not ignore suspicious lumps or sores.
There are many different causes of facial trauma including motor vehicle accidents, accidental falls, sports injuries, interpersonal violence, and work related injuries. When necessary, an oral surgeon can treat fractures of the bone that surrounds your teeth and replant teeth that have been displaced or “knocked out”.