Category Archives: Procedures

Lesser-Known Reasons You Need to Replace Missing Teeth Fast

Lesser-Known Reasons You Need to Replace Missing Teeth Fast

There are many reasons you can lose a tooth—even people who are otherwise vigilant about their oral health could lose teeth as a result of an accident. Dental implants make for effective replacement teeth when this happens. Because they function and look just like natural teeth, they can essentially serve as permanent replacements with proper… Continue Reading

9 Foods to Eat After Wisdom Teeth Removal

9 Foods to Eat After Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth extraction is a fairly straightforward procedure. Since oral surgeons typically use the latest tools and techniques, patients generally don’t have to worry about experiencing significant discomfort after surgery. That said, there is usually a brief recovery period. During this time, you’ll want to eat soft foods. Your oral surgeon can recommend the best… Continue Reading

What You Need to Know about Bone Grafting and Dental Implants

What You Need to Know about Bone Grafting and Dental Implants

Caring for your teeth by maintaining a proper oral hygiene regimen is key to preserving your smile. That said, accidents can happen. There are many reasons a person might lose a tooth at some point in life. This is true even if you make every attempt to guard against decay and gum disease. Luckily, losing… Continue Reading

How to Reduce Pain after Oral Surgery

How to Reduce Pain after Oral Surgery

Though you may fear the thought of oral surgery and the recovery process, it doesn’t always involve great amounts of discomfort. Qualified oral surgeons leverage advanced tools and techniques to minimize any pain during and after the procedure. Sometimes oral surgeons prescribe opioid pain medication to help during the recovery period. However, some patients worry… Continue Reading

Spotlight on the Benefits of TMD Surgery

Spotlight on the Benefits of TMD Surgery

Do you ever notice pain or discomfort around your jaw, particularly when undertaking activities that involve opening your mouth wide, such as eating or speaking loudly? Do you find it difficult to open your mouth wide at all? Does it sometimes feel like your jaw is “stuck” in a given position? Perhaps you notice clicking… Continue Reading

Here’s How Dental Implants Can Save You Money

Here’s How Dental Implants Can Save You Money

Even people who work hard to maintain their oral health can lose teeth at some point in life due to injuries or similar circumstances. Most people make the decision to replace them with some type of false teeth, such as dental implants. Oral surgeons often recommend implants because they are designed to look and function… Continue Reading

Major Benefits of Wisdom Teeth Extraction: What You Need to Know

Major Benefits of Wisdom Teeth Extraction: What You Need to Know

Your wisdom teeth are the back molars that erupt later in life than most other adult teeth. That’s how they get their name—they come in when you’re older and “wiser.” Unfortunately, by the time the wisdom teeth erupt, the other adult teeth may be taking up too much space for them to grow in normally.… Continue Reading

How to Reduce Your Anxiety about Wisdom Teeth Removal

How to Reduce Your Anxiety about Wisdom Teeth Removal

Many people feel anxious when told they need to have their wisdom teeth removed. While advanced techniques and tools make it possible for oral surgeons to minimize patients’ discomfort during and after the procedure, it’s understandable that many people still worry in the weeks and days leading up to their appointments. This could be particularly… Continue Reading

Overlooked TMD Disorder Symptoms: What You Need to Know

Overlooked TMD Disorder Symptoms: What You Need to Know

Your temporomandibular joint plays an important role in your daily life, even if you don’t know what it is. This joint connects your jaw to key areas of your skull, allowing you to perform such basic daily activities as chewing and talking. However, disorders can impact this joint’s function. This is called a TMD disorder… Continue Reading