City Square Dental’s progressive attitude toward dentistry and oral surgery combines time-honored techniques with the cutting-edge technologies that didn’t even exist ten years ago. Our team works meticulously to keep your best interests in mind as we consult, perform, and provide aftercare: whether you are in search of restoration or improvement to oral function, facial appearance, and/or health.
Our dentistry and oral surgery service has a long-standing reputation for unequaled excellence in specialized care and oral surgery. Our mission is to improve the oral, maxillofacial, dental, and craniofacial health of patients through research, service, and education.
Oral surgery is a specialized branch of dentistry that treats a wide range of diseases and conditions. Most people will need to have oral surgery within the first twenty years of their lives. Some of the conditions oral surgeons treat include tooth loss, extractions, implants, TMJ corrections, unequal jaw growth, injuries, cleft lip and cleft palate repair, teeth extraction, and aesthetic surgeries.
Most conditions require sedation of some sort along with local anesthetics and prescriptions.
We have seen many different surgeries come through, as each on, no matter if it is the same surgery, is unique to the patient. We have seen victims with facial injuries due to accidents or other illnesses, patients with tumors and cysts located in or around their jaws, and people who are going for a more streamlined, youthful look. Our expertise also includes orthodontics, prosthodontics, and general dental care.
No matter what you are looking for in terms of your oral health or appearance, we will walk you through every step of the procedure from your initial consultation to ways to keep everything looking and feeling the best it possible can. To schedule an appointment, please call our office at 289 521-2555 or visit our office at 3660 Hurontario St.Suite 20.
When you come in for your initial appointment, please bring a list of all medicines you currently take, with dosages. Some medicines can cause dry mouth, which increases the risk of cavities in some patients. Your dentist also will want to check that any drug he or she prescribes to you throughout the process doesn’t interact with any drugs you are already taking.