Common Questions About Oral Surgery Recovery

Do you have questions concerning your recovery post-op? We have answers to the most common questions we get. Read on for more: How can I prepare for oral surgery? Make sure you have a comfortable recovery place set up at home. Having extra pillows can help you rest more comfortably, and having something to do... Read more »

What is Causing Your Halitosis?

Do you know what is causing your halitosis? If not, that’s OK, because our team is happy to help you find out. There are many reasons bad breath can be triggered, especially if it doesn’t go away after brushing or a common breath mint. Our , Dr. , is happy to help you. That is… Read more »

Learning More About Bone Grafting

Are you interested in making your jaw stronger? When people need a bone grafting procedure, it is commonly done to help the strengthen their jawbone to achieve positive oral health. Gum disease, over time, can damage your jawbone and leave your gums in a weakened and corrupted state. Luckily, there are treatments to overcome these… Read more »

The Basics of Your Wisdom Teeth

Did you know that your wisdom teeth can force your jaw and teeth out of alignment as they try to come in? Yes, it’s true! For most people, there is not a lot of space in the back of the jaw for your wisdom teeth to grow in properly. For others, wisdom teeth can sometimes… Read more »

Information You Need to Recover From Oral Surgery

Are you looking for information on recovering from oral surgery? If so, we are here to help you! Oral surgery is our specialty, and our team is happy to help you with questions or concerns you may have about any of our treatments. Our s, Dr. Aaron Ercole and Dr. Paul Geunes with in ,… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Make Your Smile Dreams a Reality

If you have lost one or more permanent teeth, dental implants may be the solution. Dental implants are a popular tooth restoration option because they are permanent and aesthetically appeasing. A dental implant is made up of a dental implant post, a dental restoration and an abutment. First, the titanium implant post is surgically placed… Read more »

Soft Food to Eat After Oral Surgery

Have you ever sipped on liquified steak? It’s not bad—especially if you haven’t eaten meat for a while. All you need to do is chop the meat into small cubes, throw them in a blender with beef or chicken broth, and puree until it has a smooth consistency. This is what you do when oral… Read more »

What Can an Oral Surgeon Do for You?

When you think about it, there are quite a few doctors that you can visit to care for your mouth. In fact, the American Dental Association has declared that there are nine official branches of dentistry, which means you can see nine different specialists. One of the branches of dentistry is oral and maxillofacial surgery…. Read more »

Three Signs It May Be Time to Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Your wisdom teeth are the final set molars that appear in the very back of your mouth between the late teen years to your early twenties. Your dentist can use dental X-rays to evaluate your wisdom teeth and determine if they need to be removed and when. Here are three commons reasons for wisdom tooth… Read more »

Severe Periodontitis Can Lead to Loss of Multiple Teeth

As the years go by poor oral hygiene and the chronic periodontal inflammation of gingivitis can exacerbate into the more severe form of gum disease, which is known as periodontitis. As it progresses your gum tissues can gradually start to recede from the gumline allowing concentrated bacterial deposits to form near the roots of your… Read more »