Exposure & Bonding of Impacted Teeth

Exposure & Bonding of Impacted Teeth

Restoring Proper Alignment and Function

Exposure and bonding of impacted teeth is a specialized dental procedure designed to address teeth that have failed to emerge fully through the gums and into their proper position within the dental arch. Southern California Center for Surgical Arts, located in Los Angeles, offers expert care for patients with impacted teeth, providing tailored treatment to restore proper alignment and function to their smiles. Here’s a deeper dive into exposure and bonding of impacted teeth:

Understanding Impacted Teeth

Impacted teeth commonly occur when there’s insufficient space in the dental arch for a tooth to erupt properly. This condition often affects wisdom teeth (third molars) but can also involve other teeth like canines or premolars. Impacted teeth can lead to various dental problems, including crowding, misalignment, and oral discomfort.

Exposure and Bonding Procedure

The exposure and bonding procedure involve several key steps:

  1. Evaluation: Your oral surgeon conducts a comprehensive examination and may utilize imaging studies to assess the position of the impacted tooth and plan the surgical procedure.
  2. Surgical Exposure: During the procedure, your oral surgeon makes an incision in the gum tissue to access the impacted tooth beneath. Any obstructing bone may be carefully removed to create a pathway for the tooth to emerge.
  3. Orthodontic and Dental Assistance: Depending on the tooth’s position and alignment, orthodontic appliances such as braces or aligners may be used before or after surgery to guide the tooth into its proper place within the dental arch.
  4. Bonding: After the tooth is exposed and aligned, your dentist or orthodontist bonds it to adjacent teeth or orthodontic appliances using dental materials like composite resin or orthodontic brackets. This helps stabilize the tooth and maintain its position within the dental arch.

Benefits of Exposure and Bonding

Exposure and bonding of impacted teeth offer numerous advantages, including:

  • Correction of dental misalignment and malocclusion.
  • Prevention of future dental issues such as crowding or discomfort.
  • Restoration of proper dental function and aesthetics.
  • Improvement of overall oral health and well-being.

Why Choose Southern California Center for Surgical Arts for Exposure and Bonding of Impacted Teeth?

  • Expertise: Our team comprises skilled oral surgeons and dental professionals with extensive experience in performing exposure and bonding procedures, ensuring safe and effective treatment.
  • Advanced Techniques: We utilize state-of-the-art surgical techniques and technologies to achieve precise results and minimize post-operative discomfort.
  • Patient-Centered Care: We prioritize patient comfort and satisfaction, providing personalized treatment plans tailored to individual needs and goals.
  • Comprehensive Services: Alongside exposure and bonding of impacted teeth, we offer a comprehensive range of dental and surgical services to address various oral health concerns.

Contact Us to Schedule Your Visit

For more information about exposure and bonding of impacted teeth or to schedule a consultation at our Los Angeles office, please reach out to Southern California Center for Surgical Arts. Let us help you regain a healthier, more functional smile through expert care and customized treatment options.


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