At Kansas City Dental Implants and Oral Surgery, our goal is to help you smile again. We are here to remove the pain or embarrassment from chronic oral health concerns and improve your quality of life through tailored treatment plans. We achieve these goals through a full spectrum of oral surgery services.

Full Arch Restoration

When you are missing multiple teeth, it makes it challenging to chew, speak, or smile with confidence. Full arch restoration is an advanced technique that allows us to fully rehabilitate the form and function of your smile, offering long-lasting results with a small number of carefully placed implants.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are considered to be the gold standard for tooth replacement. If you are missing one or more teeth, you may qualify for the placement of dental implants. These artificial replacement teeth look and behave just like your natural teeth, providing both mechanical and aesthetic restoration.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

When left untreated, wisdom teeth can contribute to a number of ongoing oral health problems. These include chronic pain, crowding, alignment issues, and beyond. Our oral surgeons can help you avoid these problems altogether through safe, efficient wisdom teeth removal procedures.

Bone Grafting

When you lack sufficient jawbone material, it can make dental restoration a challenge. However, simply lacking bone does not make you ineligible for dental implants. Through a procedure known as bone grafting, our oral surgeons can regenerate bone where you need it the most.

Nerve Repositioning

If your nerve position is compromising your chances for dental implants, we can address the problem through a surgical procedure called nerve repositioning. This technique moves the nerve out of the way to make dental restoration possible.

Jaw Surgery

Our oral surgeons provide a range of treatment options for jaw misalignment, including jaws that are either tilted forward or backward, or that cause facial asymmetry. Through corrective jaw surgery, we can move your jawbone back into place, restoring both form and function.

Pre-Prosthetic Surgery

Before having dental prostheses added, you may need additional procedures to prepare your mouth. These can include extracting unhealthy teeth, or simply preparing your jawbone for a denture to be placed on top.

Oral Pathology

The presence of a strange or unidentified growth in your mouth can naturally be disconcerting. Our practice provides full oral pathology and biopsy services. We will identify and diagnose any lesions or growths, then get you started down the correct path for full, effective treatment.

Impacted Teeth

When a tooth is impacted, that means it has not fully erupted through the gum tissue. This can lead to a number of potential problems, but our oral surgeons can help you prevent those problems by creating a path for the impacted tooth to erupt as it is meant to.

Emergency Dentist

Since any damage to your teeth or gums can have serious long-term implications, you should visit an emergency dentist as soon as possible if you ever experience a dental emergency.