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East Lyme Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
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Surgical Procedures


Woman smiling while oral surgeon talksOral surgery has vastly improved over the last few decades. Thanks to groundbreaking techniques and cutting-edge technology, our surgical options are safer, faster, and more effective than ever before. If you need oral surgery, you’ve come to the right place! East Lyme Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery specializes in a variety of surgical procedures that will improve your oral health and the appearance of your smile.

Bone Grafting


Successful implant treatment requires a sufficient amount of bone in the jaw. We may recommend a bone graft if your bone is too thin or too soft to support an implant. A graft can help restore deteriorated bone, and give you a second chance at implant treatment!
Learn more about bone grafting

Facial Trauma surgery


Facial trauma is a broad term that covers a number of different injuries to the face and mouth, and includes such injuries as cuts, burns, contusions, and more. While facial injuries range in severity from minor to major, it is important to have them examined promptly. At East Lyme Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, we can provide you with the treatments you need to restore your face, your mouth, and your quality of life.
Learn more about facial trauma surgery

Dental Trauma


If you experience dental trauma be sure to schedule an emergency appointment as soon as possible. Injury or trauma to the face can result in serious problems for your oral health. If one of your teeth becomes loose or knocked out, you may need oral surgery.
Learn more about dental trauma

Full Mouth Reconstruction


Some people have dental problems so severe and widespread that they need multiple surgeries. In this case, we may recommend a full mouth reconstruction. As the name suggests, a full mouth reconstruction refers to the rebuilding of all teeth in a patient’s mouth. Because we specialize in surgical procedures, we may work with other specialists to provide you with optimal results.
Learn more about full mouth reconstruction

Oral Pathology


Oral pathology refers to the diagnosis and study of problems that affect your oral and maxillofacial region. The goal of oral pathology is to cure oral diseases with causes that are not initially apparent. Once we determine the exact causes of a problem, we can develop a more precise treatment plan.
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Platelet Rich Plasma


Platelet Rich plasma (PRP) is a relatively new approach to tissue regeneration. PRP allows us to take advantage of the healing properties in your blood by isolating the growth platelets. This makes it immensely beneficial following a bone graft. It can also be an excellent tool for the regeneration of soft tissues.
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Sleep Apnea


Sleep apnea is defined as the repeated cessation of breath during sleep. In some cases, sleep apnea can be a potentially life-threatening disorder. Severe cases of sleep apnea often require surgical intervention.
Learn more about sleep apnea

Tooth Extractions


Our wisdom teeth are not the only ones that can create problems. Some teeth can become impacted or infected due to eruption issues. Dr. Matton may recommend a tooth extraction to help alleviate painful symptoms after other treatments have been exhausted.
Learn more about tooth extractions

Ridge Augmentation


Having strong support for dental implants is key for a successful surgery and post-surgery aftermath. There are multiple steps we take before we give the green light for fitting implants and one of these steps is known as ridge augmentation.

Ridge augmentation is a form of bone graft surgery that is done to repair your alveolar bone which is necessary for sturdy implants.
Learn more about ridge augmentation

Schedule Your Appointment


If you would like to learn more about our surgical procedures, call (860) 934-7809, and schedule your appointment today!

Conveniently located in East Lyme, CT.


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Phone


(860) 934-7809

Hours


Mon: 9:00am–5:00pm
Tue: 9:00am–5:00pm
Thur: 9:00am–5:00pm
Fri: 9:00am–5:00pm