Effective Oral Surgery Care in Arlington, VA

Often, the most complicated and persistent dental issues require that you undergo oral surgery. We know this can be very stressful for patients, but with My Face My Smile, you’ll always be treated by a team of experts. Dr. Shahrokh Soltani, Dr. Jing Chao Li, and Dr. Dong-Soo Hong have decades of experience and state-of-the-art technology on their side with each and every procedure they perform. To help you relax, our office is filled with comfortable amenities, and we can even offer or sedation. We can perform periodontal surgery, teeth extractions, TMJ treatment, cosmetic alterations, and much more. If you have any questions about an upcoming procedure, be sure to contact our office today.

Dental Implants

Do you have missing teeth? Do they make it harder for you to speak or eat? Are they always on your mind in social situations? If so, then dental implants are the solution for you. They are considered the “gold standard” of restorative dentistry because unlike traditional crowns, bridges, and dentures, they actually restore your teeth from the root up. By regaining your entire tooth’s structure, you jaw will be supported just like it was when you had your natural teeth. This will help maintain its natural fullness, which is excellent for both your oral health and your appearance.

A dental implant starts with a small titanium post to replace the root. This post will be placed directly into your jawbone, and it will bond naturally to the surround bond just like your natural teeth, providing extra hold and security. This root can then be topped with a variety of restorations that can replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, and even an entire mouthful of teeth.

All in all, dental implants are strong, versatile, and offer the best when it comes to the health and appearance of your teeth. If you’re interested in getting them, simply contact our office today for a consultation.

Tooth Extractions

Our primary goal at My Face My Smile is to preserve your natural teeth, but sometimes, the best course of treatment involves an extraction. This might be necessary if:

  • A tooth is too damaged to be restored
  • Decay on one tooth is threatening surrounding teeth
  • To make room for a dental implant
  • To remove impacted teeth (such as the wisdom teeth)

You can trust that we’ll use a gentle touch when performing your extraction. Often, thanks to local anesthetic and sedation, patients barely feel anything at all during the procedure!