At Oral Surgery Hawaii, we offer a full scope of oral and maxillofacial procedures to treat a wide range of oral and facial afflictions. Dr. Yamamoto, Dr. Kitamura, and Dr. Kiezik have all undergone extensive training in all aspects of oral and facial treatment and are highly qualified to perform all of the procedures listed below. Each procedure page focuses on a specific service offered at our office and the details surrounding treatment, from disorders that require the treatment to information about the procedure process itself.
These pages are a great resource for patients looking for more information about their upcoming treatment. Knowing what to expect from a procedure is a great way to feel more comfortable in a potentially anxiety-provoking situation. We want to ensure you are always comfortable in our office, which is why we encourage all of our patients to review these procedure pages before their appointment. The more prepared patients are, the more comfortable they feel with treatment.
Made with medical-grade titanium that fuses to your jaw bone, dental implants are a permanent tooth replacement that looks, feels, and functions just like your natural teeth.Learn More
Wisdom teeth are well-known for causing pain and oral health problems. That's why dental professionals recommend getting them extracted early, before they cause problems.Learn More
Patients who are missing most or all of their teeth can experience the benefits of dental implants as a tooth replacement solution with a treatment called full-arch restoration.Learn More
Jaw bone atrophy is often a result of missing teeth and makes dental implant placement nearly impossible. Fortunately, our surgeons can change that by restoring bone through bone grafting.Learn More
Repairing and saving your natural tooth are always the top priorities, but when that's not possible, extracting the damaged or decaying tooth can be the only alternative solution.Learn More
Repairing and saving your natural tooth are always the top priorities, but when that's not possible, extracting the damaged or decaying tooth can be the only alternative.Learn More
Orthognathic surgery, or jaw surgery, corrects disharmonies in the jaws and treats several conditions that cannot otherwise be corrected through orthodontics alone.Learn More
Our doctors are highly skilled and qualified to perform the surgical repair and correction of a cleft lip and palate, improving your child's facial aesthetics and function.Learn More
Replacing unhealthy or missing teeth is important for preserving your oral health, functionality, and aesthetics. We offer several tooth replacement options for you to choose from to suit your needs.Learn More »
Oral pathology refers to everything from a sore or lesion in the mouth to an abnormal growth in the jaws and more, so it's important to have any changes evaluated by an oral surgeon.Learn More »
If you are considering getting dentures or your current dentures are causing discomfort, your surgeon might recommend pre-prosthetic surgery to help you acheive the most comfortable fit.Learn More »
A fractured bone, a knocked-out tooth, and a serious cut on the face all qualify as facial trauma. If you've expereinced facial trauma, our surgeons can help you look and feel better!Learn More »
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) consists of growth factors generated from your own blood that can accelerate the healing process after certain surgical procedures.Learn More »