Here at Reno-Tahoe Oral Surgery & Dental Implant Center in Reno, NV, as an oral surgeon, Dr. Redlinger performs a variety of surgical procedures to correct injuries, defects, and diseases to the teeth, jaws, and tissues of the oral region. He is highly-qualified and expertly-trained to perform the following procedures:
Dental implants offer our patients the most impressive tooth replacement option available today. Dental implants can support permanent dental prostheses for many decades, giving you back a look, feel, and function of real teeth!
The All-On-4® Treatment Concept is currently the most beneficial way to replace a full set of teeth. We can give you permanent dental prosthetics that fill out your face and your smile with beautiful, permanent teeth that will give you back the ability to eat and speak as you did before tooth loss.
Most people don't have enough room in their mouth for their wisdom teeth to fit, which is why we offer wisdom teeth extractions. This is an extremely common oral surgery, and we are more than happy to make sure that you are comfortable and well taken care of.
When we are planning our oral surgeries, we like to take advantage of our 3D imaging hardware to help us design a treatment plan that will work for you.
Many times, before oral prosthetics are placed, we must prepare the mouth to receive them – this is where pre-prosthetic surgery comes in. We will modify the parts of your mouth that need to be changed to better accommodate the new prosthetic.
Over time, tooth loss will lead to bone loss in the jaw. Dental implants need a certain amount of healthy bone in the jaw to be successful, so sometimes we will need to place a bone graft to boost healthy bone levels in the jaw before dental implant placement.
Canines are the second most commonly impacted teeth, but they are also essential to the way your teeth fit together. When canines are at risk of impaction, we can intervene and make sure that they come in properly.
We make sure to look for and test all issues that look out-of-place in your mouth. Many times this will help us to find signs of oral cancer while it's still in its early stages.
We understand that the prospect of having to undergo oral surgery might be daunting and even a little scary, so we work to carefully explain the process to each of our patients. We want to make sure that you fully understand what will happen during your procedure, and we will walk through your pre- and post-surgery instructions step-by-step so that you are fully prepared for your appointment.
If you are in need of any of the numerous surgical procedures that we can perform, you may receive a referral from your dentist, or you can certainly contact us directly. We'll work with your general dentist to find an appropriate treatment plan to correct your issue.