Our Services: Dental Surgery Glendale Residents Can Count On
A common reason that patients contact LTS is to replace missing teeth. In some cases, teeth have been lost to disease, cavities, or erosion. In other cases, patients have sustained trauma that broke or knocked out the teeth.
Most of these situations can be addressed with dental implants. Glendale patients can replace the lost teeth with artificial teeth that look and feel natural. Implants utilize a post and crown system that is meant to serve as a long-term solution to missing teeth. Because of their design, dental implants provide greater strength and longevity than many alternatives, such as dental bridges or dentures. They also help to stimulate bone growth in the area of missing teeth.
Wisdom Teeth Extraction
Wisdom teeth extraction is many patients’ first experience with dental surgery. Glendale patients may be interested in removing their wisdom teeth when they first begin to develop between the ages of 17 and 25. Other patients contact LTS after their wisdom teeth have erupted from the gums, causing discomfort, or damaged other teeth.
Lytle, Tate and Stamper develop a surgical approach in consultation with the patient, and on the day of the procedure, LTS doctors work in a fast and pain-free manner to remove the wisdom teeth. While some soreness may be expected following the surgery, patients typically recover fully within two to three days.
More about Lytle, Tate and Stamper
Glendale patients recognize LTS as experts in the practice of dental surgery.
• LTS doctors are acknowledged by the American Dental Association as specialists in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Their training and years of experience help provide patients with quality care.
• Our doctors use techniques and materials that are both advanced and proven. For example, we employ high-quality appliances from Straumann, the largest dental implant company in the world.
• LTS doctors have been working for years on behalf of dental surgery patients in Glendale. Lytle, Tate and Stamper opened its doors to Southern California residents in 1929. Since that time, we have emphasized high-level, customized service for all of our patients.
For these and many other reasons, we encourage you to learn more about what Lytle, Tate and Stamper can do for you. Call our offices or email for a dental surgery appointment now.