For over 25 years, Claremont Dental Institute has provided patients in San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, and Upland California with modern, safe oral surgery from the comfort of our state-of-the-art oral surgery center. Our expert team brings unparalleled experience and skill to each patient.
Our dentist office incorporates state-of-the-art dental technology for less invasive, more effective surgical solutions for a range of advanced dental concerns.
“We have built the top Oral Surgery Center in Southern California, with an expert team of Dentists, Specialists, and Support. Importantly we have also invested in the top state fo the art technology. Results, comfort and your safety are our top priority. I am so proud of our team!”
—Dr. Vijay Patel
Oral Surgical Procedures
Impacted & Wisdom Tooth Removal
Removing impacted teeth may become necessary to prevent infection or overcrowding. When a developing adult tooth is overcrowded in the jaw, it can fail to emerge from the gum line properly. The tooth can become “stuck” partially or completely within the gum line and is susceptible to bacteria growth. Impacted teeth are commonly removed to prevent secondary dental concerns from developing.
Patients in their late teens and early 20s often require the removal of their wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are the final molar to form and often cause overcrowding or discomfort due to a small jaw. Removal of wisdom teeth can prevent pain, decay, infection, and overcrowding.
I had my wisdom teeth removed yesterday and the whole staff, from the front desk to the nurses, to the surgeon were amazing. Everyone was so friendly and everyone worked hard to put my nerves at ease. I even got a call from the surgeon later in the day to check in on me! I’ve never had a surgeon do that before. You can tell this organization truly cares about their patients. — Erika G.
Advancements in implant dentistry have made implants the gold standard in replacing missing teeth. Claremont Dental Institute provides biological ceramic dental implants and traditional titanium implants to replace missing teeth.
The implant post is surgically implanted into the jaw and is finished with a custom-designed dental restoration. Patients may receive a single dental implant or upwards of eight implants depending on their personal treatment plan and needs.
For children with an underdeveloped jaw, jaw surgery may be necessary to allow for normal tooth development. For adults, jaw surgery can repair and restore the bite and smile. Patients who have difficulty eating, swallowing, or breathing should talk to their dentist about jaw development and surgical options to repair the function of their jaw. Our
Endodontic therapy is better known as a root canal procedure. When an infection spreads to the pulp of the tooth, the pulp becomes painful and swollen, resulting in tooth loss if not treated early enough. Claremont Dental Institute offers root canal surgery to remove the diseased pulp and restore the tooth’s structure.
Claremont Dental Institute offers patients the unique Gentle Wave Procedure. A minimally invasive treatment for an infected tooth, Gentle Wave uses advanced fluid dynamics to harness the energy and thoroughly clean the interior chambers of the tooth to remove infection and debris. Patients benefit from a treatment that produces minimal discomfort and is complete in one visit.
Sedation Dentistry for Oral Surgery
Going to an oral surgeon can cause dental anxiety. Our dentists have advanced training in anesthesia for a safe and effective way to overcome the fear of the dentist. Sedation dentistry requires a complete medical history and oral health exam.
Your dentist will help you choose the right sedation options for you based on your needs. A certified anesthesiologist will closely monitor all patients undergoing sedation dentistry.
Your dentist and our dental care team will outline all phases of your oral surgery and treatment plan. We ensure that patients are given ample time to ask questions before surgery. To discuss your surgical options, call us at (909) 277-6919 to request a personalized consultation with one of our highly trained oral surgeons.