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When it comes to choosing an oral surgeon by New Rochelle, NY, it’s important to know their qualifications and capabilities. Are they board-certified, i.e., trained in all the latest techniques? Are they equipped to handle complex dental problems?

As a team of board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons, we’re the recognized experts in dental implants, wisdom teeth removal, TMJ treatment, and more.

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The Oral Surgeon Difference

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are dental specialists who have taken additional years to study dental surgery in a hospital-based atmosphere. As part of the board certification process, oral surgeons must demonstrate that they’re on the forefront of all the latest advances in dentistry.

Led by Dr. Marlon Moore, Parkchester Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates strives to provide as smooth and rewarding a dental experience as possible through our advanced technology and capablilites. We want to give you something no other oral surgeon by New Rochelle, NY can, and achieve that by setting a high standard of care.

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Our Featured Treatments:

Dental Implants

Have one or more missing teeth? Those gaps can make you too self-conscious to smile. We want you to know that we have a solution that will allow you to smile, eat, and speak without any worry.

Dental implants return the look, health, and function of your smile and never develop cavities or root canal complications. We can change your life with a single or multiple dental implants. 

With our surgical expertise, we’ve placed over 10,000 of them!

Full Mouth Dental Implants

While dentures or bridges may seem like a cost-effective and quick solution to replace missing teeth, neither option addresses existing jawbone loss nor encourages new bone growth.

If you’re considering dentures, we recommend full mouth dental implants because they eliminate the discomfort, movement, and insecurity often experienced with traditional dentures.

With a full arch dental implant treatment, you’ll leave surgery with a full, working prosthesis so you can start showing off your permanent new look right away!

Wisdom Tooth Removals

It would be great if wisdom teeth slid right into place. Unfortunately, they often become impacted or partially erupt. And even if they manage to push into place, they may nudge the teeth around them out of their natural positions. This can create crowding, which may lead to higher risk of tooth decay or development of gum disease.

When you choose an oral surgeon for your wisdom teeth extractions, you are benefiting from years of experience, education and technology to give you optimum results!

IV Sedation Dentistry​

A high proportion of adults experience some level of dental anxiety, with estimates ranging from 25–50%, depending on the study.

When you entrust our team with your smile, we offer several types of sedation dentistry to ensure you’re relaxed and free of anxiety during treatment.

IV sedation is an ideal choice if you suffer from moderate to severe dental anxiety, or need more complex treatments that require a long time in the dental chair.

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Why Consider Dental Implants?

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If you have one or more missing teeth, you may be struggling to bite and chew or feel embarrassed to talk, laugh, and socialize. Missing most or all your teeth can result in changes in your facial appearance, a decline in your health, and increased discomfort or self-consciousness.

Dental implants in New Rochelle, NY offer patients many benefits to both their health and quality of life. Your new teeth will be just as strong and stable as natural teeth, giving you the confidence to go about your daily routines without any anxiety, discomfort, or embarrassment.

No matter how many teeth you are missing, dental implants are the “gold standard” solution! These permanent tooth replacements restore your oral health, smile aesthetics, and dental function – and do so for decades!

Whether you replace a single tooth or even a full arch of teeth, your benefits will include:

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Why Remove Wisdom Teeth?

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Wisdom teeth typically begin to erupt during our late teens or early 20s. Also known as third molars, these teeth are often problematic and are prone to becoming impacted. Wisdom teeth may grow at odd angles that cause them to press against adjacent teeth, potentially causing misalignment, and can damage your jaw. They’re also difficult to clean, making them susceptible to decay. 

Wisdom teeth removal is a surgical procedure best performed by a specialist. If you need a wisdom teeth extraction in New Rochelle, NY, a highly trained and skilled surgeon is best qualified to perform it.

Dr. Marlon Moore is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who performs wisdom tooth extractions multiple times a week. As an oral surgeon, he has years of advanced surgical training beyond the dental school level. To maintain his board certification, he completes ongoing training in the latest treatments and techniques in the field. Rely on his expertise at the first sign of trouble!

If you think that you’re suffering from impacted wisdom teeth, watch out for these syptoms:

Frequently Asked Questions

Although you can replace missing teeth with bridges or partial dentures, dental implants make it possible to fully recover from tooth loss in a way that can positively impact many aspects of your life! Implants are a long-term solution and typically last patients for the rest of their life with proper oral care. Schedule a consultation to find out more!

Wisdom teeth are very prone to cause problems for your oral health, such as causing infections and shifting the alignment of your other teeth. Wisdom tooth removal is the only reliable relief. Look no further than Parkchester Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery for your wisdom tooth extractions!

Wisdom teeth are also known as your third molars. They are the last teeth to erupt in your mouth. Often, they have little room to erupt, which is why they are frequently removed by oral surgeons.

Impacted wisdom teeth cannot break through the surface of the gums because there is not enough room for them to erupt. This can cause pain, swelling, jaw discomfort, and even bad breath.

Ignoring impacted wisdom teeth or wisdom teeth that are partially erupted can put you at risk of developing other problems such as gum disease, tooth decay, and misaligned teeth. By removing them, you could improve the overall health of your mouth.

No. Wisdom teeth just don’t have the ability to move around enough to make a correction. For this reason, you are better off talking with an oral surgeon about performing an extraction.

A dental implant is made up of three parts: a titanium or ceramic post, an abutment, and a restoration. Built to function like natural tooth roots, dental implants provide bone support and a stable foundation for a single dental crown, a dental bridge, a denture or a full arch prosthesis.

One of the biggest benefits of dental implants is that they are a dental restoration created to last a lifetime. While you may need to have a new prosthesis made every 10-20 years, your titanium implants should remain in your mouth permanently.

Wisdom teeth are very prone to cause problems for your oral health, such as causing infections and shifting the alignment of your other teeth. Wisdom tooth removal is the only reliable relief. Look no further than Parkchester Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery for your wisdom tooth extractions!

Candidacy for dental implants varies depending on your health history. Some patients with minor bone loss may be immediate candidates for some types of dental implant treatments. Others may do better if they undergo other treatments first, like bone grafting or a sinus lift. When you visit us during your initial free consultation, we’ll talk about the best options based on your experiences.

Recovery from dental implant surgery will take a few weeks as your mouth adjusts to having a new set of replacement teeth. However, the closer you follow your post-surgical instructions and care, the sooner you’ll feel like your dental implants are a part of your body.

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