Oral Surgery News & Blog

Have you lost all or most of your teeth? Imagine a complete restoration of your smile that looks and functions just like biological teeth. With implant supported dentures, a beautiful and secure smile is possible. This tooth replacement method anchors a set of lifelike, custom-made dentures...

One of the many considerations in preparing to have your wisdom teeth extracted is planning for follow-up and aftercare at home. In the initial days of healing, you will need to make certain adjustments to your routine, including your diet. Your oral surgeon will give...

When it comes to replacing lost teeth, dental implants are the wave of the future. These durable prosthetics perform like natural teeth for ideal oral function and comfort. If you have suffered with tooth loss, we recommend learning about your treatment options. Following is helpful...

Before any type of oral surgery, such as wisdom teeth removal or placement of dental implants, patients will first have an initial consultation. At this first meeting, your oral surgeon will assess your case and discuss the planned procedure with you. To set the stage for...

The emergence and retention of wisdom teeth increases the risk for gum disease. The gingiva around wisdom teeth is prone to infection since these teeth tend to erupt partially or come in sideways. Since gum disease is a serious threat to our patients’ oral health,...

Do you need dentures but fear that they will be uncomfortable and limiting? Perhaps you already wear dentures and you’re disappointed in the way they fit and perform. Edentulous patients have hope for comfortable oral function and a beautiful appearance with dentures supported by dental...

Dental implants, which offer structurally complete replacements for missing teeth, are associated with a variety of benefits, including convenience in care. Patients find that there are minimal differences in maintaining their dental implants and taking care of their biological teeth. This is just one of...

Has your dentist or physician referred you to an oral surgeon? An oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMS) diagnoses and treats a variety of conditions that affect the oral cavity and the face. These specialists do many things including the removal of wisdom teeth, treating traumatic...

Patients who have impacted wisdom teeth can experience certain symptoms or no symptoms at all. When your large third molars cannot erupt properly into the jaw, they can cause a number of issues. However, the timing of such problems can’t necessarily be predicted in advance. If...

If you’re missing most or all of your teeth, implant supported dentures might be the perfect solution for your tooth loss. This tooth replacement method involves stabilizing custom dentures to dental implants. Implant supported dentures support the entire oral health system, improve oral function, and...