Dental Implants

Did you know that dental implants are frequently the best treatment option for replacing missing teeth? Rather than resting on the gum line like removable dentures, or sacrificing adjacent teeth to be used as anchors like fixed bridges, dental implants are long-term replacements that your oral & maxillofacial surgeon surgically places in the jaw bone. Dental implants are the most natural, stable and permanent option for replacing missing teeth.

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Oral Facial Surgery

As oral and maxillofacial surgeons, the Doctors at Berks Oral Surgery are surgical specialists of the dental profession. They have completed four to six year surgical residencies that specifically train them to diagnose, treat and manage the conditions, defects, and injuries of the mouth, teeth, jaws and face. Their expertise includes the management of impacted teeth, tooth extraction, dental implant surgery, bone grafting, corrective jaw surgery, facial trauma, oral pathology, sleep apnea, the administration of outpatient general anesthesia and all aspects of reconstructive and esthetic facial surgery.

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Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are also known as third molars. Typically, they are the last teeth to develop and are located behind the second or twelve year molars. Wisdom teeth have a high degree of morphologic variability, meaning that they often are not shaped like other molar teeth. They derive their name from the time they normally appear, which is usually during the late teens or early twenties, which has been called the age of wisdom.

John J. Ciabattoni, DDS + Andrew M. Rowan, DMD
Frederick J. Ciabattoni, DDS + Steven D. Fallon, DMD + David Sibley, DMD