Recovery From Oral Surgery

When it comes to recovering from an oral surgical procedure, be sure to listen to all advice your oral surgeon has provided. Oral surgery can be scary. However, there are many things you can do to help the healing process along in a healthy manner. Our , Dr. with in , , is excited to… Read more »

Make Your Smile Dreams a Reality With Dental Implants

Dental implants may be the solution for a patient who has lost one or more permanent teeth. Dental implants are permanent and aesthetically appeasing. A dental implant is made up of a dental implant post, a dental restoration and an abutment. What Should I Expect? First, the dental implant post is surgically placed in the… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Replicate the Root Strength of a Missing Molar or Premolar

The teeth in the back of your mouth play a very important role in your overall oral function. The molars and premolars are tasked with breaking down and grinding your food into small pieces that make it easier to swallow and digest. If one of your molars is lost to tooth decay or becomes damaged,… Read more »

Oral Surgery: Foods You Can Sip On

A long-time dilemma for oral surgeons and their patients has been what patients can do after a surgery makes it impossible to eat normally or even open your mouth. If you cannot chew for a time after your surgery, it’s time to start getting creative with your food. Different oral surgeries require different recovery times… Read more »

Dry Socket and Its Remedies

Following a tooth extraction, we encourage you to take proper care of the treatment site in order to promote and protect the formation of the blood clot, which is needed to heal the area. When a blood clot in the mouth becomes dislodged, it can expose the bone and nerves at the extraction site, resulting… Read more »

Have Your Dental Implant Questions Answered Here

The perks of receiving dental implants include their famous durability and natural appeal because they offer artificial tooth replacement that appears fully natural and can enhance the structures of your face while improving your dental health. Below, we have answered several of the big questions about dental implants to help you determine if they may… Read more »

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Can Cause Dental Issues

What are wisdom teeth? The wisdom teeth, which are also called the third molars, are the back molars. They are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth. The average adult has four wisdom teeth that begin to grow in between age 17 and 21. Why are wisdom teeth removed? Many people don’t have enough… Read more »

Replace a Missing Tooth With a Dental Implant

Have you lost a permanent tooth? Losing a tooth can render simple things like chewing and speaking difficult. In addition, a lost tooth mars the beauty of the smile. So, what can be done about a lost tooth? A dental implant can restore the beauty and functionality of your smile. A dental implant is made… Read more »

Wisdom Teeth Extraction: Is It Necessary?

Wisdom teeth usually erupt in the late teen years but can arrive as early as 14 or 15 and as late as 21 years of age. It used to be that shortly after wisdom teeth came in, it was off to have them removed. Fast forward to today and the old ways of thinking have… Read more »

Top Tips to Avoid Dry Socket After a Tooth Extraction

You might have heard some of the horror stories associated with getting a tooth extraction and then developing dry socket. The condition is painful and requires a trip to the dentist to provide relief and placing a medicated ointment to heal the socket; it is also very preventable. In fact, if patients follow some strict… Read more »