Oral Surgery in Sunnyvale, CA
When looking for an oral surgeon near Sunnyvale, CA, look no further than Derek H. Tang, DDS.
We have the best oral surgeons in Sunnyvale and beyond because we believe in treating the whole person. Our in-house oral surgeon, Dr. Phan, is the top oral surgeon near Sunnyvale and beyond because he considers total-body health when working on your mouth. His holistic approach is designed to deliver the most comfortable, healthiest outcomes possible!
If you're missing one or more teeth, consider Dr. Phan's expertise in dental implants for permanent tooth restoration. Dental implants provide long-lasting and natural-looking results using titanium posts implanted into the jawbone to support beautiful crowns. They have no dietary restrictions and are designed to last a lifetime.
We offer a variety of dental implant systems, including:
- Single Dental Implants
- All-on-4® Dental Implants, offering new teeth in a day
- Hybrid Dental Implants
- Implant-Retained Dentures
For patients with insufficient bone height or sinuses that are too large or too close for a dental implant, our team performs sinus lift surgery, also known as maxillary sinus elevation. This procedure uses a bone graft to improve dental implant stability.
Our team offers tooth extractions for patients experiencing pain, discomfort, or infection due to irreparable tooth damage. Extractions can be surgical or straightforward, depending on the tooth's position above the gum line. Before your extraction, we will conduct a thorough dental exam with digital x-rays to fully assess the affected tooth.
Wisdom Tooth Removal
Dr. Phan uses advanced diagnostic tools to determine the best time for patients in their late teens or early 20s to undergo wisdom tooth removal. While not all patients require this procedure, it can prevent pain, orthodontic issues, and severe infections for those who do.
Root Canal Therapy
A root canal, or endodontic therapy, is an oral surgery that removes the dental pulp inside the natural tooth to treat infections or injuries. After disinfecting the tooth's inner canals and refilling them, your dentist will seal the tooth with composite resin bonding. A dental crown is often fabricated and placed to strengthen and protect the tooth from future damage.