Author: Commonwealth OFS

Facial trauma can have devastating effects on patients. Not only does the nature of these injuries inflict tremendous pain and damage to hard and soft tissues, it takes an emotional toll on patients as well. Although facial trauma can be distressing, our patients take comfort...

Are you struggling with facial pain and headaches? Perhaps you feel discomfort at the back of your mouth, particularly with your gums. If you experience these symptoms, you might have impacted wisdom teeth. Impacted wisdom teeth cannot emerge in healthy positions like other teeth. They also...

Dental implants make wonderful replacement teeth because they address the loss of both a tooth’s crown and its roots. This means that dental implants can look and perform like biological teeth. If you’re reviewing your tooth replacement options, we recommend looking into whether dental implants...

You’ve probably heard something about dental implants from friends, news programs or online. You might be surprised to learn about the many advantages to choosing implant dentistry for tooth replacement. These biocompatible replacement teeth are long-lasting and low maintenance. If you have suffered with tooth loss,...

  Accidents and injuries can result in facial trauma that may affect teeth, bone and soft oral tissues. There are certain steps that you can take to reduce your risks of suffering such injuries, but it’s important to know how to proceed if you do experience...

Your third molars, more commonly known as your wisdom teeth because they tend to erupt during late adolescence, aka the “age of wisdom,” are the largest teeth in your smile. Many millennia ago, these teeth served important purposes of processing a diet that was much...