Greater Connecticut Oral & Dental Implant Surgery makes every effort to provide exceptional oral surgery services at their two state-of-the-art practices in Danbury, CT, and New Milford, CT. Dr. Kurtz, Dr. Lee, and their entire surgical and administrative care team deliver expert and compassionate care throughout the entire treatment process.
We encourage you to review our website to learn more about our team and the scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery services we offer. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment at our practice in Danbury, CT, or New Milford, CT, please give us a call. We look forward to caring for you and your family.
Patients and doctors alike agree that dental implants are the best choice for replacing missing or damaged teeth because of their stability, permanence, and natural look and functionality.Learn More
Because wisdom teeth are notorious for causing pain and other oral health issues, dental professionals advise patients to have them removed early, in the mid to late teen years, before problems arise.Learn More
Full-arch restoration using the All-on-4 treatment concept is often the most efficient and cost-effective way for patients to replace most or all of their teeth with dental implants.Learn More
Patients who are missing teeth also often suffer from jaw bone loss. Bone grafting procedures effectively replace missing bone and provide the foundation for tooth restoration options, such as dental implants.Learn More
While preserving your natural tooth is always the goal, sometimes the damage is too severe and can't be saved through other treatments. In these cases, tooth extraction is the best solution.Learn More
When a tooth is stuck and unable to make its way into the dental arch naturally, our doctors work with your orthodontist to guide the tooth into position through an expose and bond procedure.Learn More
A change in the color of soft tissues, an abnormal growth, or a sore that doesn't heal are all types of oral pathology and should be evaluated by an oral surgeon for diagnosis and treatment.Learn More »
If you are a current denture wearer or you are looking to get dentures, your oral surgeon may recommend pre-prosthetic surgery to ensure the most comfortable fit.Learn More »
Whether you were hit in the face by a line drive at a baseball game or you were in a devastating car accident, our oral surgeons can restore your facial aesthetics through reconstructive surgery.Learn More »
An apicoectomy is a surgical procedure that is performed to improve oral health or preserve a tooth if an infection in the tooth root recurs or persists even after a root canal.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 »
Your surgeon can accelerate the healing process after certain oral surgery procedures using advanced platelet-rich fibrin (A-PRF)—growth factors derived from your own blood sample.Learn More »
Wisdom teeth contain a high amount of stem cells, which can be gathered after extraction and preserved in a lab and later used to develop any type of specialized cell in the body.Learn More »
Zygomatic implants are similar to regular dental implants, except they anchor in to the zygomatic bone rather than the maxilla if bone quality or quantity is inadequate.Learn More »