Sometimes Wisdom Teeth Require Surgical Extraction

The average person has four wisdom teeth in the back of their mouth. They usually attempt to erupt from the gums in late adolescence after the permanent molars have replaced the primary molars. As this starts to happen, you might feel significant discomfort behind the rear molars or in the nearby jaw muscles. Most people… Read more »

Post Operation Instructions for Tooth Extraction

Although permanent teeth are supposed to last a lifetime, there are situations in which a tooth needs to be extracted. Dr. may recommend tooth extraction in , , if: – There is an extra tooth or teeth that keeps other teeth from coming in properly. – A baby tooth doesn’t fall out in time to… Read more »

Dental Implants Will Restore Your Missing Tooth

Accidents and even gum disease can cause a situation where you find yourself missing a tooth. If you go for a long amount of time without a tooth, did you know you can suffer bone loss? That is why having a dental implant to restore your missing tooth is a brilliant option. Here at in… Read more »

Dental Cysts Often Require Treatment

The health of your gums can be influenced by several different things. Sometimes emergent wisdom teeth or a damaged tooth can inflame a small area of gum tissue. In some cases, a small dental cyst can fill with fluid. Common symptoms of a problem like this could include a swelling at the gum line, an… Read more »

Bone Grafting Might Be Needed to Secure a Dental Implant Bridge

Losing multiple teeth in one area of your mouth can significantly impair the function of your mouth. Fortunately, Dr. and the dental restoration specialists at , , clinic can replace these teeth with a dental bridge mounted onto a pair of dental implants. Unfortunately, in many cases of multiple tooth loss, it also compromises a… Read more »

A Bone Graft Can Restore Sufficient Bone Structure for a Dental Implant Restoration

In many cases of total tooth loss, the underlying cause also results in a loss of critical bone structure in the jaw. This could prevent the ability to use a dental implant to restore the missing tooth, which would require preparatory treatment measures. In a situation like this, Dr. will recommend having a bone graft… Read more »

Wisdom Teeth Might Need Oral Surgery Extraction

Most people develop wisdom teeth in the gums at the back of their mouth. They typically have four wisdom teeth, yet there are some individuals who don’t develop any wisdom teeth while others might have two or three. In some rare instances, there have been people with as many as six wisdom teeth. These third… Read more »

Restorative Dentistry and Bone Grafts

Replacing lost teeth with dental implants are a great way to bring the “WOW” back to your smile! If you need just a single tooth or are looking to have an anchor formed for dentures or partial dentures, restorative dentistry will add the cosmetic value you’re looking for back to your smile. Implants will last… Read more »

A Full Smile Awaits with Dental Implants

Do you have any missing teeth that you would like to replace, but don’t want to deal with the hassle of taking out dentures every single night? With dental implants, you can have natural-looking teeth installed directly into your jawbone for a sturdy hold that can last a lifetime. A full smile awaits with dental… Read more »

Certain Dental Restorations May Require a Bone Graft

The art and science of dental restorations encompasses several factors. Not the least of which is supplying sufficient bone structure in the underlying jawbone. Many dental restorations, especially dental implants, need enough bone matter so the abutment can anchor. Any dental restoration process starts with Dr. examining your mouth to assess your overall oral health… Read more »