At Akeso Oral, Facial & Dental Implant Surgery, we provide a range of oral surgery procedures to children, teens, and adults. With offices in Columbia, Catonsville, Lutherville, and Westminster, we proudly provide patients in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan areas with compassionate, personalized, and positive oral surgery care. Learn about the many procedures we offer to feel more informed about your treatment and feel free to contact our practice if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment.
Dental implants look and feel like natural teeth and can restore a single tooth or multiple teeth with beautiful long-term replacements.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Having wisdom teeth extracted prevents complications like pain, overcrowding, and infection, and contributes to better long-term oral health.
If you desire a brand new smile, one or both arches of teeth can be replaced with an implant-supported prosthesis that looks and feels natural.
Bone grafts rebuild facial bone to create a healthy foundation for implants, repair injuries or deformities, or prevent further bone recession.
If a tooth is damaged or infected beyond the point of repair, extracting it may be recommended to restore your oral health.
There are surgical and non-surgical treatments available for jaw joint disorders to help your jaw function properly and alleviate pain.
We promptly respond to facial injuries and begin treatment to restore function and aesthetics.
We can screen for oral cancer, perform biopsies, and create surgical or nonsurgical treatment plans to manage oral diseases.
We offer minimally invasive BOTOX® and corticosteroid injections to manage myofascial pain, such as TMJ disorders.
Corrective jaw surgery can improve the way you breathe, speak, and eat, and significantly improve harmony of your facial features.
By working closely with your orthodontist, we can expose an impacted canine tooth to help it erupt and function properly.
If root canal therapy doesn’t fully remove the infection, we can perform an apicoectomy to remove the end of an infected tooth root and surrounding gum tissue.
Find out how our oral health experts can improve your life through oral surgery and learn about the many services we offer.