Canyon Oral & Facial Surgery offers a broad scope of oral and facial procedures, including cosmetic surgery. In keeping with our philosophy to provide an exceptional patient experience, we believe in making as much information available to you as possible to help you feel confident about your course of treatment. The following pages explain more about the oral surgery and cosmetic treatments that we offer at our practice. Patients living in and around the greater Las Vegas area can learn more about us, the treatments we offer, and what to expect by clicking below.
A dental implant is a common and effective tooth replacement option that can restore one or more missing or failing teeth.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth should be removed early to prevent future complications from arising, such as impaction, infection, pain, and more.
All-on-4® Treatment Concept
The All-on-4 treatment concept restores an entire arch of damaged or decayed teeth with a new row of natural-looking replacement teeth.
Orthognathic surgery improves oral health by correcting the alignment of the jaw to restore function and facial balance.
If there is not enough stable bone in the jaw, a bone graft can be performed to promote new bone growth in the desired area.
When a canine tooth is impacted, or trapped beneath the gums, an expose and bond procedure is done to help the tooth emerge.
When a tooth is badly decayed or damaged, it may need to be extracted to protect the health of your remaining teeth.
Stem Cell Banking
After your wisdom teeth are removed, your oral surgeon can harvest stem cells from them to be stored in a lab for future use.
Tooth Replacement Options
Whether you’re missing one tooth or multiple teeth, we have a tooth replacement solution that can restore your smile and confidence.
Facial Trauma Treatment
Trauma to the mouth, face, or head requires special attention from highly trained oral surgeons to ensure proper healing.
TMJ Disorder Treatment
Oral surgery can treat temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, which can cause pain or clicking in the jaw and an improper bite.
Sleep Apnea Treatment
When conservative treatments have failed to work, oral surgery can be performed to treat severe sleep apnea to ensure proper airflow during sleep.
If you have noticed a change in the way your mouth usually looks, feels, or functions, it could indicate the presence of an oral pathology.
Pre-prosthetic surgery is the surgical alteration of your mouth’s structures to allow for a more comfortable and secure fit for your dentures.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can be harvested from the patients' own blood and applied directly to the surgical site to naturally accelerate the healing process.
Find out how our oral health experts can improve your life through oral surgery and learn about the many services we offer.