Our Services

Our team has furnished the office with state-of-the-art equipment and materials to provide exceptional care for our patients! We offer a wide range of services – all right here in our conveniently located Muncie, IN office! 


Tooth removal varies from a simple and routine procedure to the complex surgeries, depending on the type of extraction you will undergo and the reason you need the surgery. Because of this, your recovery time will vary accordingly; therefore, for more complex procedures such as the removal of wisdom teeth, a consultation is highly recommended. 

Wisdom Teeth

Third molars, commonly known as wisdom teeth, are often removed during the teenage years; however, removal can occur at any age. Wisdom teeth are the teeth located directly behind your second (12 year) molars and are typically not visible in your mouth due to impaction. 

Dental Implants

Dental implants are small titanium screws or rods placed in the upper or lower jaw to support a crown or denture. The implant procedure is very comfortable and performed in an office setting. Implants can often be placed immediately into the extraction site of the tooth to be replaced if there is adequate bone remaining. 

Pathology (Biopsy)

Your general doctor or practitioner may refer you for evaluation and biopsy of tissue from within your mouth, jaws, or on your face and lips, and can be hard or soft tissue. 


Dr. Hornaday is pleased to offer Botox® Cosmetic as treatment for lines and wrinkles of the forehead, brow, and crow’s feet regions. 

Exposure and Bracketing of Impacted Teeth

There are times that teeth do not erupt into proper position and get “stuck” or impacted. The cuspid, or canine tooth, is often the one that becomes impacted and needs assistance in bringing it into proper position; however, it can occur with any tooth. 


When a person sustains trauma from car accidents, altercations, or other extreme experiences, it may be necessary to undergo surgery to correct anything from a jaw/skull fracture to complex soft tissue injuries. 

Preprosthetic Surgery

Preprosthetic surgery prepares your mouth for dentures, partials, or other prosthetics and allows them to be placed comfortably and precisely in your mouth. This procedure normally takes place in the office and will range from 5 to 45 minutes. 

Bone Grafting

When a bone from your jaw atrophies this leaves you in a condition of poor quality and/or quantity of bone that is suitable for dental implants. When this does occur, many patients are candidates for bone replacement procedures, which can allow for dental implants. 

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