Procedure Category: Oral Surgery

CT Scanner


Our CT scanner produces high definition 3D diagnostic images that precisely show the position of impacted teeth, nerve location, sinus wall, bone height and width, which allows our oral surgeons to plan and treat patients accurately and efficiently.

There may be additional cost if it is decided that CT scan is required. The cost will always be discussed with you prior to the scan being made.

Contact our office at (704) 291-7333 for more information about our CT scanner.

TMJ Disorders

Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction What is the TMJ? The TMJ or Temporomandibular Joint is the joint that connects the lower jaw with the skull. There are two joints, one on each side of the face; located just in front of the ear. It gives you the ability to open and close your mouth, which in turn allows… Read more »

Oral Pathology

Oral pathology appointments help patients identify and resolve mouth-related concerns such as growths, small wounds, sores, ulcers, sensitivity, burning sensations, and other discomfort without an immediately recognizable cause. If you smoke or chew tobacco, you may also benefit from a simple, non-invasive cancer screening. Union Oral Surgery welcomes patients to visit our practice to evaluate… Read more »

Impacted Canines

An impacted tooth is any tooth that is prevented from reaching its normal position by the time it would have been expected. Teeth become impacted for a number of reasons; the most common is lack of space. Other reasons include but are not limited to; a tooth being in or facing the wrong direction, cysts,… Read more »

Pre-prosthetic Surgery

Pre-prosthetic surgery is a collection of procedures that revise the shape of your gums and bone and strengthen the foundation of your teeth, helping prepare you for dental implants or other restorations. You may also benefit from pre-prosthetic surgery if you have dentures already but are experiencing pain, irritation, or a loose fit. These problems… Read more »

Bone Grafting

If you are planning to have a procedure to restore missing teeth, you may also benefit from bone grafting. This routine and effective treatment can strengthen the foundation for your dental implants, ensuring that they will be durable, reliable, and functional for years to come. The surgeons at Union Oral Surgery can evaluate whether you… Read more »


Are you missing most or all of your teeth? All-on-4 can restore the complete upper or lower arch and provide the same strength and durability as your own natural teeth.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

As wisdom teeth develop, they can cause discomfort and tooth damage. To prevent these problems, consider a procedure for yourself or for your children as they are entering their teens.

Dental Implants

Dental implants offer effective tooth restoration that also helps preserve bone in the jaw. Choose the procedure to replace missing teeth, return function to your bite, and restore your smile.