Most Common Procedures

TMJ Treatment Ft. Lauderdale FL This time of year, we tend to run into old friends, and may of us notice the little things that have changed since we last saw them. We may obsess over the few pounds we gained after high school, or try to suddenly fix the wrinkles that have developed on our faces.

For some of us, our teeth and our dental situation cause us the most stress. If you have damaged teeth that you are looking to correct, keep reading. We have a few of our most common procedures highlighted below. We offer many more procedures and treatments, so make sure to visit our page for more.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

These teeth can cause a lot of trouble if they develop poorly. This is likely why many people choose to have their wisdom teeth removed. If your wisdom teeth are impacted, you may need to opt for full and complete removal of the teeth in question. An impacted tooth is one that cannot full erupt and grow like a normal tooth. This can cause pain and discomfort. If you need your wisdom teeth, or any teeth removed, please give us a call.


If you’ve lost a tooth due to illness or accident, you know how it can affect your self-esteem. We can help repair that smile with an implant that has been tailored to your concerns and your ideal smile.

If you’re interested in learning how we can help repair a smile with gaps from missing teeth, give us a call. Implants are especially desirable, as they are placed into the jaw bone, replacing the root of the tooth. Implants are sturdy and allow you to eat and chew normally. They also help keep the jaw bone strong and healthy, while also giving you a more aesthetically-pleasing smile.

If you’re interested in improving your smile, give us a call. Call us today at (954) 771-8772 to schedule an appointment. We are here to help you feel more confident when you smile everyday. Along with teeth extractions and implants, we also offer reconstructive surgery for jaw and facial injuries, and surgery to help sufferers of TMJ.

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