Oral pathology or oral cancer can be diagnosed and treated by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. While the cause is relatively unknown, BRONJ, Bisphosphonate Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw, has been listed among the potential side effects of bisphosphonate therapy.
As an experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Dr. Peak has undergone intensive anesthesiology training, spending more than a year administering anesthesia as part of a required hospital residency.
Dr. Peak has the experience and training to meet and exceed the modern standards for treating traumatic facial injuries including soft tissue injuries, fractured bones and injuries to the teeth.
Corrective jaw (orthognathic) surgery is an effective solution when the upper and lower jaws do not fit together correctly, or when the relationship between the teeth and the jaw is mismatched.
Technically known as third molars, the wisdom teeth are the last teeth to develop in the mouth and these teeth are especially prone to a long list of complications.