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When facing a surgical tooth extraction, such as wisdom teeth removal, many patients are concerned about discomfort that they may experience during the procedure. This fear can be driven by previous negative dental treatment experiences or just from stories they’ve heard from others. Fortunately, your oral...

Many people may be operating under incorrect assumptions about their oral health that can ultimately lead to serious consequences. It’s important to check and make sure that you have accurate information available when determining how to approach your oral health and treatment you might get from...

Do you have an upcoming procedure for wisdom teeth extraction, dental implant placement, treatment for facial trauma, or jaw surgery? When patients are referred to an oral surgeon, one of their first concerns is whether their treatment will be affordable. Our practice offers a few...

Tooth loss has far-reaching consequences. One unwanted and often undiscussed side of effect of tooth loss is bone deterioration in the jaw. Bone loss occurs when teeth are no longer present to keep the jaw stimulated. Fortunately, the tooth replacement solution that most closely resembles...

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) are a collection of issues that can develop when one of the jaw’s many components malfunctions. TMD can cause a list of symptoms, the most noteworthy of which is significant discomfort in the jaw. It can be helpful to know the risk...

Our oral surgery practice offers a number of procedures to help our patients enjoy comfortable and healthy oral function. Procedures such as wisdom teeth extraction, jaw surgery, placing dental implants, and treatment for facial trauma might seem daunting to new patients. While any oral surgery...

If you are anticipating some type of oral surgery procedure, you likely will have a number of questions about the process, including about how long the procedure will take. Your oral surgeon will review this aspect of your treatment, along with other pertinent details, at...

When you have an unsightly gap in your smile, you likely want to address it as soon as possible so that you can smile with confidence again and be able to chew and speak properly. Therefore, it’s helpful to know what treatment timeline to expect...