Our Services

Thank you for visiting our services page. Regardless of the type of service you need, we go to great lengths to provide complete information and answer all patient questions thoroughly. If you cannot find the information you are looking for here, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help you via email, phone or in person at our office. Patient comfort and satisfaction is a top priority for Dr. Farole and all staff members, so if you need something just let us know.

We offer a wide range of services including, but not limited to, wisdom teeth extraction, cosmetic facial surgery and Botox wrinkle removing. Dr. Farole uses advanced techniques for hair restoration, hair transplant surgery and hair replacement services. Please review all our services below and you can see more information about Dr. Farole at Anthony Farole, D.M.D.


Cleft lip can be an isolated event or can be found in conjunction with a cleft palate. It is caused by the failure of the normal structures to fuse together during the formation of the lip. The cleft is an opening in the lip. The skin, muscle, and oral lining tissue is present but has

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Life’s simple pleasures can cause problems and pain for the millions of adults who suffer from permanent tooth loss. Men and women of all ages are self-conscious about their dentures, bridges or missing teeth. Some have difficulty speaking because their dentures slip or click. For others, the irritation and pain caused by dentures are constant

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To begin the procedure an oral surgeon will typically use a local, sedation or general anesthesia to help you relax. Deciding what type of anesthesia to use is based mainly on the complexity of your situation. The surgeon will then begin the process of extraction using different methods depending on how difficult the tooth or

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Facelift (Rhytidectomy) In this procedure the muscles and ligaments of the face are repaired beneath the skin and the excess skin is then pulled back and removed. There is typically a scar left behind the ears. Many times an endoscopic brow lift and blepharoplasty are also completed during this procedure. Nasal Reconstruction (Rhinoplasty) This surgery

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Proper growth of the jaw is a complex process and problems can occur, which may require surgery to resolve. Unbalanced Jaw Growth Abnormal growth of the jaw can result in problems with the alignment of teeth, speech and even chewing. To compensate for the misalignment of the jaw, it may force the tongue and lips

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Procedure 1-Laser Assisted Uvulopalatoplasty (LAUP) Procedure 2-Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) Snoring and Sleep Apnea Just under half of adults snore on an occasional basis, with approximately a quarter of adults qualifying as habitual problem snorers. Habitual snoring is much more common in males and individuals who are overweight, normally growing worse as a person ages. The sound

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You laugh. You frown. You concentrate. And over time, those expressions leave their mark upon your face. Until today, there wasn’t a lot you could do about it. But today there’s BOTOX® Cosmetic. A simple, non-surgical procedure that can dramatically reduce even your toughest wrinkle within days. One ten-minute treatment-a few tiny injections-relaxes the muscles

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The temporomandibular joint is located where the lower jaw joins the skull and is aligned with the front of the ear. This joint facilitates the movement and function of the mandible (lower jaw). TMJ problems can present various symptoms, such as difficulty opening the mouth, severe headaches and earaches. Patients may also experience grinding or

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Maxillofacial surgeons are highly trained and skilled physicians who deal with treating diseases and injuries to the mouth, jaw and facial areas, including hard and soft tissue regions. Maxillofacial surgery is a specialty and surgeons complete many years of education to become certified. Minor and Major Facial Injury There are many different types of facial

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Everyone loses hair each day throughout the course of normal activity. However, new hair is typically growing at the same time, so there is no noticeable loss of hair or bald spots. For those who are losing hair permanently, it means hair follicles have been damaged, which means the cycle of hair loss and regeneration

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