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Severe Tooth Decay and Tooth Loss Can Be Treated with a Bridge

Tooth decay is a serious condition that afflicts the health of millions of Americans’ teeth each year. It is primarily caused when poor oral hygiene habits allow the bacteria in your mouth to compromise an area of tooth enamel. If you procrastinate treatment, the decay will inevitably exacerbate as more and more healthy elements of… Read more »

Reasons You Might Want Your Wisdom Teeth Extracted

You probably know that your wisdom teeth usually erupt after all of your other teeth, generally between the ages of sixteen and twenty years old. Since your wisdom teeth are the last to come in, there often isn’t enough room for them to erupt properly. This can lead to a number of serious complications. If… Read more »

Important Information to Help You Recover After a Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is an invasive course of treatment designed to remove a problematic tooth. The quality of your preparation before extraction and attentive aftercare will go a long way toward minimizing your chances of having complications while your gums heal. To that end, your oral surgeon, Dr. , offers these key insights for a speedy… Read more »

Installing a Dental Implant Can Restore the Structure of a Knocked-Out Tooth

An avulsed or knocked-out tooth can have several complications. In most of these cases, the initial trauma is so severe that the tooth simply cannot be saved by conventional means. A dentist or oral surgeon needs to extract the root and suture the gums to treat the pain and prevent infection. Even if you become… Read more »

Oral Bones Can Be Restored with a Bone Graft

The bones in your mouth are essential for anchoring your teeth into their sockets. They also play a critical role in dental restorations involving dental implants. In some cases, the bone structure is lost when a tooth is extracted or lost. To compensate for this, your dentist, Dr. , might recommend a bone graft. Your… Read more »

Oral Surgery Recovery Tips

If you have recently undergone oral surgery or plan to at some point in the near future, then our team here at in , , is happy to give you some oral surgery recovery tips, to help you recover and have a more successful healing period. These tips include: -Rest: Rest after any major surgery… Read more »

When to Get Wisdom Teeth Removed

Just like getting braces, getting your wisdom teeth removed is almost seen as a rite of passage from being a teenager to becoming an adult. However, unlike braces, not everyone needs their wisdom teeth out. In fact, there are many instances in which you may not need to have your wisdom teeth extracted at all…. Read more »

A Bone Graft Might Be Needed in the Course of Restorative Dentistry

Strong, healthy bone structure in your mouth promotes good oral health. It is critical for certain restorative dentistry treatments. When a tooth is lost, it is relatively common for it to take some of the surrounding bone tissue and structure with it. This might prohibit the restoration by a dental implant. In a case like… Read more »

The Reasons We Extract Wisdom Teeth

The wisdom teeth, or the third molars in official terminology, are a remnant from human history when our foods were more difficult to chew and harder to digest. Our jaws have changed and shortened since then, so the wisdom teeth can often grow in improperly and cause a number of different problems for oral health…. Read more »

The Tips You Need to Properly Recover After Oral Surgery

If you want to have a top-notch oral health and a healthy smile, then it’s best to take advantage of the recovery period following oral surgery in , . If you don’t properly recover, your smile could suffer severe negative consequences. So, to help you heal after oral surgery, our team strongly recommends that you… Read more »