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Retaining your wisdom teeth could lead to the development of serious oral health concerns. Not only does keeping wisdom teeth lead to problems like orthodontic issues and painful infections, it can drastically affect your quality of life. Wisdom teeth are associated with frequent discomfort like...

Patients who are consulting with an oral surgeon about a tooth extraction may never have undergone an oral surgery procedure in the past. They often have numerous questions. We’ve compiled some of the most common questions posed by patients who are facing surgical tooth extractions,...

If you need to restore a complete smile after tooth loss, you probably don’t want to wait for weeks until you can smile confidently again. All-on-4, which may also be called Teeth in a Day, offers patients an alternative with a streamlined timeframe, along with...

Dental implants are unique among tooth replacement solutions because they are structurally complete, consisting of both a root-like structure and an artificial crown. Because the dental implant acts as a pseudoroot, one of the many benefits of this treatment method is the ability to stand...

Do your dentures move when you speak and eat? Perhaps you wish your dentures fit more comfortably or looked more natural. We offer All-on-4 dentures supported by dental implants to improve the lives of our edentulous patients. Also known as “Teeth in a Day”, All-on-4 is...

Have you ever wondered what happens when a person loses a tooth or breaks a facial bone to a traumatic injury? Facial trauma can be extensive, debilitating, and incredibly distressing. Our team of dedicated oral surgeons provides surgical treatment for facial trauma so that our...

Bone grafting can help patients who might not otherwise be suitable for dental implant placement access this valuable treatment. Read on to learn more about how bone grafting can assist these patients, as well as safety considerations associated with the procedure. Why Bone Grafting May be...

When our jaws are broken or misaligned, our health and quality of life suffers. Jaw surgery can be corrective or reconstructive in nature and sometimes, the temporomandibular joints require treatment as well. Our oral surgeons utilize medications to increase comfort during treatment. Sometimes local anesthetics...