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Surgical Procedures
Honolulu, HI


Female patient smiling while relaxing in dental chair and speaking with oral surgeon at Pacific Maxillofacial CenterOral surgery is a branch of densology necessary for the treatment of certain diseases of the oral cavity, for installations of dental implants, and much more. This is an aspect of dentistry that has improved considerably in the new millennium, also thanks to technological and medical development. Our techniques allow you to know that even if you come in and see us while in pain, we can help reduce and eliminate that pain through oral surgery to correct the problem. You may need oral surgery for several problems, in this case you just have to reach us at Pacific Maxillofacial Center and talk to one of our professionals.

Wisdom Teeth Removal


Removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common and widespread types of oral surgery. Wisdom teeth come out late compared to the rest of the teeth, even after the age of 20 for some people. Therefore, this can create problems in the structure of the teeth. Some even come out crooked, which can happen if the other teeth impede how the wisdom teeth erupt. The removal of wisdom teeth is often carried out to prevent problems because many tend to cause more issues than any benefit they could provide.

Tooth Extractions


Tooth extraction is another very common operation. Often a tooth can be irreparably damaged and must first be extracted and then replaced with a new dental implant. There are many reasons for removing a tooth: damaged tooth, infection, space for installation of a dental implant (such as an All on 4), and even severe cavities can lead to a tooth being extracted.

Full Mouth Restoration


If dental or mouth problems are very serious and widespread, a complete restoration of the mouth can be achieved. It is, as the name may suggest, the total reconstruction of all structures, including the teeth. It is a type of surgery that is used only in case of very serious problems, but it is necessary to be able to fully restore the functions of the mouth.

Bone Grafting


To install dental implants, the bone must be solid and sufficient. In the event that the bone is too soft or worn, we can opt for a bone graft to carry out the implant procedure. The graft serves to regenerate the worn bone and to promote osseointegration, essential for the success of the implantation.

Orthognathic Surgery


Orthognathic surgery is a type of surgery needed to correct the jaw. It is used to correct small and large jaw imperfections that can cause pain or cause problems with chewing, speaking, or even just yawning.

Oral Pathology


Oral pathologies are those pathologies that affect and influence the mouth or maxillofacial region. It is believed by some that these are diseases that should be treated only through drugs, but this is not the case. Often there is also need for surgery to be able to cure this type of disease, which, if left untreated, can also lead to serious problems.
Oral surgery may be necessary for a variety of conditions or applications, but it shouldn't worry you. You can ask for information on all the procedures we use simply by calling 808-585-8455 and making an appointment to speak with one of our professionals in Pacific Maxillofacial Center.
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Honolulu


1060 Young Street #312
Honolulu, HI 96814

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Office: 808-585-8455
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Waipi'o


94-1221 Ka Uka Blvd #B-204
Waipahu, HI 96797

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