Dr. Vickers shares a long-standing commitment to excellence.  In fact, Vickers & Associates was the first oral surgery practice in our community, established in 1978.

From extractions to bone grafting, dental implants to full-mouth reconstruction, Dr. Vickers can address virtually all of your oral surgery needs.  We provide a full range of services to get your smile in tip-top shape, using proven techniques, modern technology, and materials designed to make your smile last.

Dental Implants

Implant dentistry makes it possible to fully recover from tooth loss in a way that can have a positive impact on many aspects of your life.

 

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All-on-4®

Fully replace the teeth in the upper or lower jaw using advanced digital imaging and cutting-edge surgical techniques.

 

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Wisdom Teeth – Overview

The third molars, commonly referred to as the wisdom teeth, are particularly prone to problems both above the gumline as well as below.

 

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Wisdom Teeth – The Procedure and Recovery

The surgical procedure will only begin once your personal comfort has been established.

 

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i-Cat Cone Beam CT Scanner

Incredibly accurate images generated by i-CAT help our doctors keep your surgery minimally invasive, making your recovery easier.

 

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Oral Surgery Overview

Diagnosing and treating facial pain, injuries, and fractures that involve the bones of the face emphasizing minimal surgical intervention while optimizing comfort.

 

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Bone Grafting

Bone graft surgery provides the reinforcement that the dental implant will need to withstand the powerful chewing forces that are exerted on the jawbone.

 

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Orthognathic Surgery

Surgical procedures which are designed to straighten and/or realign the jaws. Orthognathic surgery is commonly known as corrective jaw surgery.

 

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Oral Pathology

The study and diagnosis of diseases that affect the oral cavity, not only involving diseases of the oral tissues but also conditions in the immediately surrounding areas.

 

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Facial Trauma

Sports injuries, accidents, and domestic violence are most commonly responsible for facial trauma.

 

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