A Bit About Us First …

Our CVOS Oral Surgery office opened up all the way back in 1979 in Mississauga but quickly grew into a highly demanding practice. So, in 1981 another oral surgery office was opened in Milton, then in 1987 in Oakville, and in 2013, we finally came to Burlington to best serve the Halton Region. Our four offices have been dedicated to helping patients with surgical dental procedures, whether it’s dental implants, wisdom teeth removal, or helping to improve overall health, our oral surgeons truly go above and beyond.

What Is Considered Oral Surgery?

Any time patients need tissue removed, a tooth extracted, their jaw corrected or reshaped, a cleft palate repaired, or an implant placed, they’ll be referred to a maxillofacial surgeon who specifically specializes in these treatments. A dental surgeon is a bit different than a dentist. After completing dental school, they will also need to complete another four to six years of training in a hospital-based program and gain experience with anesthesia, emergency care, intensive care, and more.

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Our Burlington Office Services Include …

Our oral surgeons can treat patients of any age. Your teeth, mouth, and overall oral health and wellbeing mean a lot to our team, therefore, we’re proud to offer services like:

JAW SURGERY

Before receiving orthodontic care, there may be times where they refer you to us first, particularly if you have problems chewing or biting, have trouble with your speech, have trouble breathing, or experience chronic jaw pain. This means your jaw may have to be realigned first before proceeding with further dental care. We’ll clearly explain the procedure to you during your consultation appointment, and discuss how you should prepare before receiving general anesthesia.

TMJ DISORDERS

TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint disorders and it’s quite common, affecting at least 30% of the Canadian population. TMJ can include problems like jaw pain or dysfunction, lockjaw, difficulty chewing/biting, extremely sensitive teeth, frequent headaches or earaches, and more. Unfortunately, there are no known ways to completely rid patients of TMJ, but there are certainly ways our oral surgeon can reduce your symptoms and improve your quality of life.

BONE GRAFTING & DENTAL IMPLANTS

If you’re missing one or more teeth, dental implants are a great way to preserve your jawbone and prevent your teeth from shifting and filling in the gaps. They look and feel natural and can drastically improve your confidence! But there are times where a bone graft may need to be placed beforehand in order to fully support your implant. A bone graft can be taken from another part of your body and fused to your jaw bone. When that heals, we’ll be able to place a titanium screw that will act as your new “root”. When that heals, it’s time for your customized crown!

IMPACTED CANINES

Upper canines don’t always erupt properly, especially in children aged 11 to 14. It plays an important role in allowing your jaw to close properly and play an extremely important role in your bite. We want to ensure it erupts properly so no other teeth are impacted and cause unnecessary pain.

JAW SURGERY

Before receiving orthodontic care, there may be times where they refer you to us first, particularly if you have problems chewing or biting, have trouble with your speech, have trouble breathing, or experience chronic jaw pain. This means your jaw may have to be realigned first before proceeding with further dental care. We’ll clearly explain the procedure to you during your consultation appointment, and discuss how you should prepare before receiving general anesthesia.

FACIAL TRAUMA

Suffering from a facial injury can be physically and emotionally traumatic, but our surgeons here at CVOS Oral Surgery can drastically help improve your quality of life. Their hours aren’t just spent in our Oakville office, but also in local emergency rooms to treat people with facial lacerations, knocked out teeth, and fractured facial bones.

Our Burlington Office is Located at…

Our Burlington office is located at 3600 Dundas Street, Unit 200. Our phone number is 905-336-0303. Our staff look forward to meeting you and ensuring you’re as comfortable as possible during your visits and surgical procedures.

CONTACT US

  • #302-2300 Eglinton Ave. West Mississauga, Ontario L5M 2V8
  • 905-828-2273
  • 905-828-2358
  • Mon. – Thur. 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Fri 7:30 am – 4:00 pm