While our office provides many dental services, some treatments require more complex care, time, and attention to detail. Whether you need to have a dental implant placed to restore missing teeth, removal of damaged teeth that are causing you discomfort, or jaw surgery to make your mouth more functional and balanced, Dr. Walter Mick and his team are here to serve you treatments that are safe and comfortable. To schedule your first appointment, give our office a call!
While many dentists may recommend dental implants, they often aren’t able to provide every phase of treatment under one roof. Thankfully, Dr. Mick is happy to be able to perform every stage of treatment in his practice, including the surgical placement of your dental implants. Whether you need to replace a single tooth or all the teeth in your smile via All-on-4 treatment, you can receive it from the same dentist and team you know and love to visit.
Our office does everything possible to save damaged teeth through restorative treatments like dental crowns and root canal therapy. However, in the event that we determine that a tooth is too damaged to save and is more likely to cause more harm than anything else, we can safely and carefully remove your tooth, guide your aftercare, and provide you with options to replace your missing tooth based on your needs. With local anesthetics and optional sedation, we’ll make sure you’re as comfortable as possible before beginning treatment.
If you are between the ages of 17 and 25 and you begin to notice dental discomfort in the back of your mouth, it might be because wisdom teeth are beginning to erupt. In rare cases, the mouth can be large enough to accommodate wisdom teeth, but more often than not they need to be removed to prevent oral complications. This includes oral infections, crowding, and misalignment. During your consultation, Dr. Mick will perform a detailed examination of your mouth to confirm the cause and create a treatment plan from there.
If you have an issue with your jaw that cannot be solved with orthodontics alone, corrective jaw surgery may be a more appropriate option. With this treatment, we can direct the correction of irregularities of the jaw bones and realign the jaws to improve the way they function. Corrective jaw surgery can also work to improve your facial appearance. We’ll go over your unique case in order to confirm if surgery or another option is best for your needs.