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Dental implants are the closest thing a person can have to natural teeth. When our teeth are missing, dental implants make for excellent replacement teeth that will restore oral function, support the entire oral health system, and improve a person’s appearance. From canines to molars,...

Bone grafting can help patients access dental implants when bone loss might otherwise be a barrier to this treatment. This preliminary procedure supplements bone tissue to improve the likelihood of successful dental implant osseointegration. We understand that patients may have concerns about undergoing an additional...

Often, patients who are pursuing wisdom teeth removal may be working with an oral surgeon for the first time. As such, they may have a number of questions about the process. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get from patients who...

Advances in facial surgery treat more complex issues than ever before, and many of these innovations are facilitated by modern technology, such as digital radiography that allows the oral surgeon to use three-dimensional images to develop the treatment plan. This results in more predictable procedures...

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...