No matter what your needs, from first inquiry to post-operative follow up and beyond, you can rest assured of receiving the finest care at every step. In our soothing and impeccably clean environment, Dr. Jones will perform your procedures with the personal attention required by your unique case.
In a perfect world, every jaw would be the ideal size to accommodate all 32 teeth that the average person has by about the age of 18. After all, each tooth has a name and specific function. However, that is seldom the case and wisdom teeth usually need to be extracted.... more
Orthognathic Surgery corrects abnormalities of the maxilla (upper jaw), the mandible (lower jaw) or both. Dr. Jones performs this procedure when a patient’s jaws do not meet correctly and/or teeth do not seem to fit with jaws. In conjunction with this procedure... more
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons are trained, skilled and uniquely qualified to manage and treat facial trauma. Professionals like Dr. Jones must be well versed in emergency care, acute treatment and long term reconstruction and rehabilitation—and not just for physical reasons. By their very nature, facial injuries bring not only physical trauma... more
Dental implants change the way people live. They are essentially replacement teeth that look, feel and function like natural teeth. Implants do more than just restore your ability to eat normally and give you an aesthetically pleasing mouth and smile. They also help preserve facial structure, actually preventing bone deterioration that occurs when teeth are missing.... more
Dr. Jones takes every measure to ensure that your dental implants give you a lifetime of confidence in the function and aesthetics of your teeth. Sometimes due to trauma, pathology or length of time since an extraction... more
The soft tissue of the mouth is normally lined with mucosa, a special type of skin that appear smooth and pink under normal, healthy circumstances. Any alteration of the color or texture of the mucosa may be the sign of a pathologic process in its early stages. These changes may occur on the face, neck, gums, tongue, lips—anywhere in the mouth. The most serious... more