Dental Implants

Dental implants are designed to replace missing, severely damaged, or diseased teeth. Our surgeons collaborate with restorative dentists using advanced surgical technology, creating replacements that mimic real teeth in appearance and function.


All-on-4® is a procedure using 4-6 dental implants to support a full-arch prosthesis. It provides fast, functional, and aesthetically appealing results, allowing patients to eat comfortably and care for their implants like natural teeth.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting replaces lost jawbone with bone from a donor site, creating a stronger foundation for dental implants. Somerset OMS Group patients benefit from this procedure for effective tooth replacement and a healthy smile.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth, the last adult teeth to erupt, are the third molars situated at the mouth's back. Lack of space often causes functional, comfort, and aesthetic problems, necessitating their removal.

Oral Pathology

The mouth's interior is lined with a special skin called mucosa, typically smooth and coral pink. Changes in its appearance could signal pathological processes, including oral cancer, the most severe.


An apicoectomy is performed by Somerset OMS Group to address persistent infections after root canal treatment. It involves removing infected tissue and the root tip, and potentially extracting the tooth if a crack is present.

TMJ Disorder

TMJ disorder is a medical condition that affects the temporomandibular joint, occurring when these joints malfunction. Treatment aims to provide a healthier, comfortable jaw, reducing pain and improving life quality.

Tooth Extraction

Tooth extractions may be necessary due to severe decay, facial injuries, misalignment, impacted teeth, or infections. Somerset and Hunterdon County oral surgeons prioritize patient comfort and well-being during the extraction procedure.

Facial Trauma

Somerset Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Group specializes in managing and treating facial trauma, including lacerations, avulsed teeth, and fractured facial bones or jaws, exceeding modern standards for care.