William F. Hohlt DDS


Oral Surgeon (Maxillofacial Surgeon)

Oral surgeons (also called maxillofacial surgeons) are dentists who specialize in surgery of the mouth and jaw. Oral surgeons treat and reconstruct areas of the face, head, or neck after an injury or surgery. They prepare the jaw for denture construction, and they treat temporomandibular (TMD) joint problems. Also, they…

Oral Surgeon (Maxillofacial Surgeon)

Oral surgeons (also called maxillofacial surgeons) are dentists who specialize in surgery of the mouth and jaw. Oral surgeons treat and reconstruct areas of the face, head, or neck after an injury or surgery. They prepare the jaw for denture construction, and they treat temporomandibular (TMD) joint problems. Also, they…

Orthodontist

Orthodontists are dentists with extra training who specialize in straightening teeth and correcting a poor bite (malocclusion). They can diagnose, prevent, and treat problems with teeth and jaws. Orthodontists are skilled in any combination of extraction, braces (fixed appliances), and removable appliances that move the…

Orthodontist

Orthodontists are dentists with extra training who specialize in straightening teeth and correcting a poor bite (malocclusion). They can diagnose, prevent, and treat problems with teeth and jaws. Orthodontists are skilled in any combination of extraction, braces (fixed appliances), and removable appliances that move the…

Occlusion of the teeth

Occlusion is how the upper and lower teeth fit together (how they align). This is also known as “bite.” Perfect bites are rare. Most people have some form of malocclusion (“poor bite”). With an overbite, the upper teeth stick far out over the lower teeth. With an underbite, the upper teeth are positioned behind the…