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The removal of wisdom teeth is another feared dental procedure, although it is usually a very quick and painless experience with only a few days of recovery required afterwards. Some circumstances make the procedure a bit more complicated, but our team will walk you through the experience one step at a time to make it as pleasant as possible.Request Service
Extracting wisdom teeth or teeth in general can sometimes seem daunting especially if you’ve heard about negative outcomes. Our clients have been extremely satisfied with our procedures to date. We take extreme precautions and over prepare so your extraction goes as smoothly as possible, thus ensuring minimal recovery time.
If you suffer from damaged tooth bones, or teeth weakened by gum disease, consider seeking out bone grafts with Popper Dental, located on the Upper East Side of New York City. Bone graft procedures, such as sinus lifts and crown lengthening, help you regrow bone in your jaw bone in order to save a tooth or set up a hospitable environment for dental implants.Request Service
A frenectomy is the removal of a frenulum, a small fold of tissue that attaches to the gum or mucosa in the mouth. Done mostly for breastfeeding or orthodontic purposes, a frenectomy is either performed inside the middle of upper lip, which is called labial frenectomy, or under the tongue, called lingual frenectomy. Frenectomy is a common dental procedure and is performed both on children and adults.Request Service
We provide a wide range of procedures to address unique requirements. Clients receive an in depth assessment to ensure they get the best treatment for their current needs.Contact Us
Gum graft is a periodontal surgery performed to treat the condition of receding gums due to moderate or more severe periodontal disease. Gum grafting can be carried out on gums that have receded, and while it may improve the appearance of a smile, it can also protect your teeth against the effects of gum recession.
While we always prefer to save a natural tooth, in some cases this will be impossible. If a tooth is too severely damaged as a result of decay, injury or gum disease, your dentist may need to remove it. Your dentist will discuss potential tooth replacement options with you, including bridges or crowns.