There are times in your life when you will need to go to an oral surgeon. When that happens, just like with any kind of surgery, you want the best you can find. Of course, your dentist may recommend a qualified colleague, but how can you trust they are the right one for you? Here… Continue reading Consider These 4 Things When Looking for an OK Oral Surgeon
Oral surgery isn’t something most of us need on a regular basis. Just the prospect of oral surgery can be scary, and searching for the right surgeon for your procedure can be overwhelming, to say the least. Thankfully most oral surgeons are aware of their patients’ fears and offer a pre-surgery consultation beforehand to ease… Continue reading 5 Questions to Ask Before Picking an Oral Surgeon
Maxillofacial trauma is devastating, both physically and emotionally. Once the injuries you’ve sustained are stabilized, finding a reputable and skilled oral surgeon to perform the needed corrective and restorative surgeries is essential for having the best outcome possible. What is maxillofacial trauma? “Maxillofacial trauma” is used to describe injuries to the face, mouth, and jaw.… Continue reading Why You Need An Experienced Oral Surgeon to Treat Your Maxillofacial Trauma
Patients who are facing oral surgery typically want the most streamlined recovery possible. Technology used throughout the treatment process can help them to achieve this goal. As such, it’s important to consider the types of technology that your oral surgeon will incorporate into the process. Technology can make an oral surgery more predictable and precise,… Continue reading How Advanced Technology Can Affect Recovery Time
Your recovery after oral surgery, such as jaw surgery or facial trauma repair, makes significant contributions to the overall success of your treatment. Therefore, it’s important to closely follow all post-operative instructions provided by your oral surgeon. Being prepared for your post-operative needs can go far in promoting treatment success. You should also know what… Continue reading Oral Surgery Recovery Guidelines
Patients may see an oral surgeon for any number of treatments that will help to boost their oral health and may also have aesthetic benefits. These specialists address problems ranging from impacted or missing teeth to misaligned jaws. Regardless of the type of oral surgery procedure a patient is facing, it is helpful to prepare… Continue reading Most Common Procedures Performed By An Oral Surgeon
Patients who need to restore their smiles after experiencing tooth loss are advised to consult with an oral surgeon to see if dental implants might be the right treatment for them. This intervention offers the only structurally complete tooth replacement, which is associated with a variety of benefits. Don’t delay in scheduling your dental implant… Continue reading How An Oral Surgeon Can Restore Your Smile With Dental Implants
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 a specialist, such as an oral surgeon. Misconceptions About… Continue reading Common Misconceptions About Dental Health
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 ways to help our patients finance oral surgery so that… Continue reading Oral Surgery: What are my financing options?
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 your initial consultation. In addition to preparing for the procedure… Continue reading How long will my oral surgery procedure last?