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After an oral surgeon performs a surgical tooth extraction, the incision site is stitched back together to allow the area to heal. If you’ve never had oral surgery before, you may not know what to expect from these stitches. Often, the oral surgeon will use dissolvable...

Patients are considering a number of concerns as they prepare for oral surgery, and cost is one of those issues. While insurance coverage varies from plan to plan, many insurers will pay for or reimburse the patient for at least some costs associated with oral...

If you want to get maximum comfort and functionality when restoring your entire smile after tooth loss, you should consider All-on-4. This treatment approach, in which a denture is supported by four dental implants, outperforms conventional appliances in a number of ways. While the benefits of...

Impacted wisdom teeth cause a variety of oral health issues that can cause significant consequences for patients. To avoid these issues, many patients opt to have impacted wisdom teeth extracted, often before they become symptomatic. Your oral health will gain a number of benefits from wisdom...

Technology touches on every aspect of care from an oral surgeon, from patient records to imaging to surgical procedures themselves. Modern technology, such as CBCT imaging, helps to make surgical procedures more predictable and efficient. When an oral surgery practice features state-of-the-art technology, it also indicates...