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One of the first signs of impacted wisdom teeth can be discomfort at the rear portion of the jaw. This occurs because the impacted teeth will continue to attempt to push through the bone and gums although there’s not enough room in the jaw to...

For children, tooth loss is natural. In fact, losing teeth during childhood is celebrated as a rite of passage in the Western world. Deciduous (baby) teeth are replaced over time with permanent (adult) teeth. The process of new teeth replacing older, smaller teeth is a...

Has your dentist recommended oral surgery? Perhaps you have been referred to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMS). An oral surgeon is a specialist that performs a variety of treatments and procedures that address issues affecting the entire oral health system and the face. Since...

Dental implants have changed the way we treat tooth loss. These revolutionary prosthetics provide a viable solution for the loss of a tooth’s root, which has been overlooked by conventional prosthetics until the discovery of osseointegration (the process of bone fusing to titanium implants). Not...