Have You Had a Recent Oral Cancer Screening?

Have you had a recent oral cancer screening? 42,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every single year in our country. The good news is that treating oral cancer is much easier if it is found early. That’s why Cannon Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery offers oral cancer screenings at every dental checkup. If you find yourself wondering whether you might... read more »

Simple Recovery Tips Following Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Your dentist, Dr. Daniel Cannon, often recommends having your child’s wisdom teeth extracted as a preventative measure against future complications. Thoughtful preparation and quality aftercare will help your child get back on their feet as soon as possible. In some cases, your child’s wisdom teeth can be extracted at Cannon Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. However, if one or more wisdom... read more »

Aftercare Tips to Help Your Recover After Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Having your wisdom teeth extracted is a good preventative measure to help reduce your chances of developing tooth decay or gum disease on those teeth. After the wisdom teeth are extracted, there are a few things to keep in mind for speedy recovery. While your gums are healing, after having your wisdom teeth extracted, you will need to stick to... read more »

Aftercare Tips for a Speedy Recovery After Gum Surgery

Thoughtful preparation and aftercare greatly increases your chances for speedy recovery after gum surgery. At the initial appointment you should let your oral surgeon know about any medical conditions or medications you are taking. Most people undergoing gum surgery opt for deep sedation for their own comfort. This means you will need to arrange to have someone drive you and... read more »

Preparation and Aftercare Is Important for Gum Surgery Recovery

Being thoroughly prepared for your gum surgery and thoughtful aftercare greatly improve the chances for a successful recovery from gum surgery. During the initial consultation you should let your periodontist know about any medical conditions or medications you are taking at the initial appointment. Most gum surgery procedures require deep sedation to insure your comfort. If this is the case... read more »