Our Services

Whether single or full-mouth implants are right for you, this is a safe, longterm solution that provides countless benefits. In your consultation, you’ll learn more about the best route for your specific medical and financial situation.

A dental implant can be used to replace one or more missing teeth and can serve as a permanent replacement option.

A popular and highly successful option for replacing an arch of teeth is the use of All-on-4® Dental Implants.

With a full service surgical center, Red Rock Oral & Facial Surgery provides in-house orthographic services like sinus and bone grafting.

Having your wisdom teeth removed can be incredibly important for protecting your other teeth and quality of life. When you meet with our doctors, we can address your specific concerns and discern the best way forward.

Your canine teeth, also known as cuspids, may be impacted and struggle to make their way down without a little help.

Going through a car accident or other injury that affects your face can be devastating. But with a trustworthy and capable doctor, your mind can be put at ease.

In addition to Wisdom Teeth removal, we can care for your Impacted Teeth, help treat your Sleep Apnea, and All-on-4 Dental Implants.

We provide a wide range of procedures that involve surgery of the mouth, teeth, jaw, and face. This includes Bone Grafting, treatment for Facial Trauma, and more.

When teeth do not successfully erupt, they are considered to be impacted. This can lead to unwanted complications, but is easily treated with an expose and bond procedure.

Advanced screenings help prevent the development of oral cancer and other diseases. It’s important to see a doctor when something doesn’t seem right.

Surgical intervention can be an excellent treatment for patients that struggle with severe sleep apnea.

Safe and effective sedation medication might be the answer you’ve been looking for! A stress-free dental procedure is not just possible, but important for your overall health.

TMJ disordered, and so are their treatments. But when non-surgical intervention has failed, it may be important to meet with an oral surgeon.

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