I truly enjoy providing patients with excellent surgical care while ensuring that they are comfortable and well informed.
So I had the frenectomy done. The string underneath your tongue - they laser cut it to eliminate tongue tie, I guess, to where your tongue is more pulling down. We figured out if you could eliminate your tongue tie, your tongue will sit back in the proper position in your....
At Granger Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, we ensure our patients are well informed and help them make the best decisions for their oral health and overall well-being. Dr. Taite Anderson, DDS and his highly skilled surgical and office staff offer individualized treatment plans and provide outstanding patient care. If you need a dental implant placed, your wisdom teeth removed, a bone grafting procedure, or a full-arch restoration with the Teeth in a Day procedure, you can undergo your treatment with complete confidence knowing that Dr. Anderson and his dedicated team of trained professionals are performing your procedure in a state-of-the-art surgical facility with the utmost compassion.
Patient satisfaction is our number one priority here at Granger Oral Surgery & Dental Implants. We understand the uncertainty and stress that surgical procedures may cause, which is why we work so hard to make our patients feel comfortable moving forward with procedures. We will give you the individualized attention you deserve through the entire process—from your initial consultation to your recovery. Please feel free to contact our office in Granger, IN, with any questions or concerns.
Dental implants are the most cost-effective, long-term, and natural-looking restoration option for people who are missing one or more teeth. Dental implants look and function like normal teeth and, with proper care, they can last a lifetime. This is why most oral surgeons recommend them as the best option for tooth restoration. A single tooth restoration has three parts that include the implant, the abutment, and the crown. A dental implant is a small titanium screw that is placed in the jaw and acts as a replacement for your missing tooth root. The crown is designed to look exactly like a natural tooth and connects to the implant through the abutment. This combination offers the closest resemblance to the rest of your teeth, giving your full smile the most natural look.
Granger Oral Surgery & Dental Implants strives to be known as a center for excellence in implant surgery. Our surgical center adheres to and meets rigorous patient safety, technology, and anesthesia administration standards to provide you with the highest quality of dental implant surgery possible. If you are interested in restoring your smile and learning more about dental implants, please contact our office for a consultation.
While some wisdom teeth grow in without issue, most people need to have them removed to prevent or treat oral health problems such as misalignment and crowding of teeth, infections, gum disease, or even development of cysts or tumors. Dr. Anderson highly recommends that the wisdom teeth be removed early—usually around the mid- to late teens—before they are fully established. Even if you are no longer a teen, it is important to schedule a consultation with an oral surgeon, as wisdom teeth may be undetectable without regular dental examinations.
Our staff will gladly schedule you a consultation with Dr. Anderson, who is highly experienced in the removal of wisdom teeth. Dr. Anderson will review the positioning of your wisdom teeth, develop a treatment plan, and go over what type of anesthetic is recommended for your procedure. At Granger Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, we will ensure that you are fully informed and feel comfortable with the treatment you are receiving.
There haven’t always been many options for affordable, permanent, full-arch tooth restoration. Fortunately, here at Granger Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, we offer an advanced treatment called full-arch rehabilitation, which restores an entire upper or lower arch of teeth. Rather than replacing teeth with costly individual dental implants or a temporary prosthesis, like a removable denture, Dr. Anderson can place implants that will fully support a custom, fixed denture. The result is a beautiful smile with a prosthesis that looks and functions like your natural teeth almost immediately after placement.
Many times, this procedure can be completed in a single day, which is why it is often referred to as “Teeth in a Day.” To learn more about the full-arch rehabilitation and discover if it is right for you, contact our office at (574) 277-6637 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Anderson. He will review your condition, develop a comprehensive plan for tooth replacement, and answer any questions you may have.
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