Why Choose Hamilton Dental?
We are equipped with cutting-edge technology and the latest tools to ensure your dental surgeries are as comfortable and painless as possible.
We are here to accommodate your busy schedule.
Mon – Fri: 7 am – 9 pm
Sat – Sun: 8 am – 6 pm
Our central location makes it easy for you to reach us. We offer free parking on site, so feel free to visit during our business hours.
Hamilton Dental Surgery Expertise
At Hamilton Dental, our experienced dental surgeons possess the skills and technology necessary to perform a wide range of dental surgeries. Our clinic offers an expansive array of high-quality dental services, including the following oral surgeries:
Dental Implant Surgery
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots. During dental implant surgery, a small post made from medical-grade titanium is inserted into the jaw and serves to support the full dental restoration. Whether you need to replace a single tooth or several teeth, dental implants are arguably the best long-term restorative solution to preserve your oral health.
With computer-guided technology, we are able to offer precise dental implant surgery at some of the most competitive prices in Ontario.
Root Canal Surgery
If root canal surgery is necessary, our sedation procedures will ensure that your experience is near-painless. We offer very competitive root canal prices while providing the highest-quality dental care in Ontario.
Our dental surgeon will start by removing damaged tissue from your tooth before performing the root canal. After the procedure is complete, the dentist will fill the space with a filling or crown that matches the shape and colour of your natural tooth.
Tooth Extractions & Wisdom Tooth Removal
When a tooth cannot be restored with a filling or root canal, or if your wisdom teeth are causing pain, visit our state-of-the-art facility.
We offer a variety of sedation techniques to ensure your comfort throughout the tooth extraction procedure. Our aftercare instructions are also tailored to the individual needs of our patients.
Cosmetic Dentistry Surgery
Hamilton Dental will give you the confidence to show off your smile once again. From simple procedures like porcelain veneers and tooth reshaping, to gum contouring, gum reshaping and dental implants, we ensure you enjoy optimal oral health and appearance with minimal pain. Our cosmetic dentists give you the look you desire using premium equipment and precise yet gentle techniques.
Gum Grafting Surgery
Gum grafts are a type of oral gum surgery used to treat receding gums and restore gum tissue. If left untreated, gum recession can lead to sensitivity and tooth loss. Our resident oral surgeon in Hamilton will transplant soft tissue from the roof of the patient’s mouth to the areas where the gums have receded.
Depending on the patient’s goals, gum grafting surgery can serve both functional and cosmetic purposes. It can serve to protect the roots of the teeth, improve a smile, and promote overall oral health. No matter why you need a gum graft, your mouth is in great hands!
Affordable Dental Surgeries
Our services are premium, but thankfully, our prices are very affordable! What better reason to get that smile back on your face? Contact us today for pricing, inquiries or to book a free dental consultation.
Emergency Oral Surgeons
Sometimes, unavoidable accidents can lead to dental emergencies. Hamilton Dental is your go-to destination for emergency oral surgery and wisdom tooth extractions. If you find that you’re suffering from a broken or chipped tooth, then we can help with that too! Give us a call today to schedule your next appointment.
Is oral surgery painful?
The surgical procedure your dentist carries out will depend on the nature of the dental problem you have. Some techniques may be more painful than others, while others may necessitate a longer period of post-operative care. At the consultation stage, your dentist will go over all the details, so you can make an informed decision. Ask any questions before and after your surgery; our dentists are always happy to help.
In terms of pain after oral surgery, some people experience minimal discomfort following their treatment. In contrast, others may be advised medicines like paracetamol or codeine for a day or two following the procedure.
Are patients awake during oral surgery?
Patients may be conscious during some procedures. These procedures typically involve soft tissue surgery. Before a surgical procedure, patients are usually given light sedatives to help them relax. Depending on the patient’s needs and desires, they may be conscious or under general anesthesia during the procedure.
Regardless of the technique used, oral surgery is only conducted with great care and forethought, as it requires a significant amount of skill and time to execute delicate procedures within someone’s mouth without injuring any of their teeth or gums.
How long does it take for oral surgery to heal?
The answer to this question varies greatly, depending on the level of oral surgery. Some stitches can heal within days or weeks, while others may take months before the wounds are fully healed.
With that said, it should be noted that healing time is dependent on other factors as well. That’s why you should always direct any questions you may have to our experienced team at Hamilton Dental.
Can patients go to work after an oral surgery?
Patients are advised to avoid strenuous activity the first few days after surgery, but this is standard protocol.
In most cases, patients can resume normal activities from the next day. However, it’s a good practice for a patient to take a few days off from work so as not to put any unnecessary strain on the surgical area and cause discomfort for themselves. And of course, if there are any health complications, they should contact their doctor immediately to avoid wasting time or worsening their condition.
What are the different types of dental surgery?
Oral and maxillofacial surgery involves operating on the teeth and jaws or other structures of the face.
Here are some of the most common oral surgery procedures:
- Tooth Extractions
- Wisdom Teeth Removal
- Dental Implants
- Gum Grafts
- Bone Grafts
- Corrective Jaw Surgery
What is included in oral surgery?
Typically, oral surgery involves a dentist removing a tooth. The most common reason for the extraction of teeth is to treat periodontal disease, remove diseased root canals, and remove impacted teeth.
What is oral maxillofacial surgery?
Oral maxillofacial surgery is a surgical specialty that focuses on caring for complex problems involving the jaws, face, mouth, and associated structures caused by trauma or disease.
Our in-house surgeons do not offer this service, however we are happy to refer you to an external surgeon if the need arises. Our clinic also doesn’t perform sinus lifts, facial, soft tissue, or jaw surgeries.
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We will provide you with a free initial consultation. One of our best oral surgeons in Hamilton will analyze your teeth and recommend a course of action.