Surgical Exposure of Un-Erupted Teeth (Orthodontic Teeth Eruption)
If the teeth aren’t spontaneously coming through the gingiva, then a simple oral surgery can be helpful to bring those teeth to the surface. Often, an orthodontic and periodontist work together in a combined effort. For example, the orthodontist can open a space using braces on the teeth, then the periodontist exposes and brackets the tooth, which pulls the tooth into the correct position.
Periodontal Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontic Teeth Movement (PAOO)
This surgical method promotes tooth movement using surgical procedures, helping to decrease treatment time and promote faster healing. The goal is to encourage new bone growth in the jaw, with an orthodontist and periodontist working together to combine braces with bone growth treatments. A personalized treatment plan can be designed using a combination of methods, such as corticotomy and bone grafting.
TAD or Mini-Implant Placement for Orthodontic Anchorage
Complex orthodontic cases sometimes require the use of orthodontic mini-implants (OMIs) that provide anchorage for multiple dimensions: vertical, transverse, and antero-posterior. This process applies force on the teeth to promote minor movements and is used along with braces or other types of orthodontic appliances.
We Accept Most Insurances
We work hard to make the process of paying for your dental care as simple as possible! Soltani Periodontics & Implant Dentistry accepts all PPO insurance plans, and we file your insurance for you so the benefits will come directly to us. We accept Delta Dental, Metlife, Cigna, Blue Cross BlueShield, Guardian, United Healthcare, and more!