The team at Yorkville Oral Surgery is there for you, our patient. Our staff members are a knowledgeable team of compassionate, respectful and caring people whose goal is to provide individualized patient care, treatment success, and satisfaction.
We believe that each patient is unique. Our attentive and detail-oriented surgeons discuss treatment plans and take the time to determine the best treatment for each individual patient. We want you to feel involved in the decision-making process.
We aim to provide compassionate patient care and strive to develop strong relationships with our patients and our professional colleagues. We guide our patients through their surgery, from initial consultation to follow-up appointments, to alleviate anxiety and to ensure optimal results.
At Yorkville Oral Surgery it’s all about YOU: your health, your trust and comfort, and ultimately your treatment success and satisfaction.
When it comes to picking an oral surgeon, we know that you have options. Personalized, gentle, comprehensive patient care is our number one priority. Here are just a few things that make our practice unique: From the front office to the exam room, our practice is made up of professionals who take your oral health very seriously. Using state-of-the-art equipment designed with safety and efficiency in mind, we are able to offer top-notch care. As you walk through our office, you will notice that everything is clean, comfortable and thoroughly sterilized.
Third molars are commonly referred to as wisdom teeth. They are usually the last teeth to develop and are located in the back of your mouth, behind your second molars. Their development is usually completed between the middle teenage years and early twenties, a time traditionally associated with the onset of maturity and the attainment of wisdom. Call Yorkville Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Phone Number 416-923-2100 to schedule your wisdom teeth consultation. We were so happy to be referred to Dr. Meisami for my daughter's wisdom teeth removal.
A natural tooth consists of a root and a crown. If you compare natural teeth to implant-supported replacement teeth, you’ll see they have the same basic parts. Both have a crown (the visible part used to chew food). Both have a root that holds the tooth securely under the gum and is anchored into the jaw. The difference is that the implant is made of titanium – the same time-tested material used by surgeons for artificial joints. When you lose a tooth, you lose both the root and the crown.