oral surgery

Do you have an upcoming oral surgery for dental implants, wisdom teeth removal, or jaw surgery? After your procedure, it is important to follow all post-operative guidelines from your oral surgeon. One important aspect of your recovery will be to make temporary modifications to your...

Successful recovery following oral surgery, such as placement of dental implants or extraction of wisdom teeth, depends on the patient taking good care of the surgical site at home after leaving our office. It’s also important to be aware of the signs of post-operative complications so...

Do you have an upcoming oral surgery? If so, you might be wondering how you can minimize discomfort. Our oral surgeons will send a take-home packet of instructions after receiving dental implants, bone grafting, wisdom teeth extractions, jaw surgery, and other treatments for facial trauma....

Millions of people have worn braces for years to achieve a beautiful, healthy-looking smile. Many people have also experienced unwanted tooth movement after wisdom teeth come through the gums. This scenario is why it is important to have your wisdom teeth extracted soon after they...

An important element of a successful oral surgery experience is knowing what to expect in the post-operative recovery period. Swelling is one part of that. Fortunately, patients can take steps to manage this symptom. During the first 6-9 hours, we recommend that you apply an...

Do you experience orofacial pain like tenderness near the back of the mouth or frequent headaches? Perhaps your dentist has informed you that your wisdom teeth have erupted and that you should visit an oral surgeon for wisdom teeth removal. Removing wisdom teeth is an...

Preventing tooth decay will go a long way in preserving a healthy smile. In the most severe cases of tooth decay, patients may lose teeth and need to undergo an oral surgery procedure, such as tooth extraction or dental implant placement to restore the smile....

Oral health symptoms, such as tooth or jaw pain, bleeding, swelling or cysts, should not be ignored. If you postpone getting dental treatment, you could end up with a much more severe condition that requires an invasive oral surgery procedure to correct. Your overall health...