Wisdom Teeth Extraction: The Treatment

Have you ever had a wisdom tooth removed? Do you assume that you’ll need to someday? Wisdom teeth extractions are common because they may not erupt properly. Because your wisdom teeth don’t typically erupt until you’re around 16, they can negatively influence your other teeth. In fact, if your wisdom teeth don’t erupt properly, you… Read more »

Laser Dentistry: The New Way to Improve Your Oral Health

Do you wish your dental appointments were more pleasant and less scary? If so, our dental team has some good news for you! Your dentist, Dr. , proudly uses dental lasers at our office! Dental lasers are small, hand-held tools that produce energy in the form of a light. Many approve of them because they… Read more »

Oral Surgery Might Be Needed to Treat an Abscess

Tooth decay that goes without timely treatment can eventually allow bacteria access to the pulp and root of the tooth. In time, this can cause a significant infection in the socket and deep within the gums. When an abscess forms in this manner, it can cause significant complications. Beyond a deep pain in the gums,… Read more »

A Bone Graft Can Rebuild the Structure Needed for Certain Dental Restorations

In many cases, severe tooth decay, periodontal disease or tooth extraction can result in a loss of bone tissues in your mouth. When this happens, there might not be sufficient bone structure remaining for a dental restoration, like a dental implant or locking dentures. In a situation like this, Dr. might recommend a bone graft…. Read more »

Recover from Oral Surgery Successfully

If you have recently undergone oral surgery, then we have news for you! Our staff here at in , , has prepared some important tips and information to help you with the recovery process. Having a healthy recovery process is vital to your oral health, so you can achieve the successful results you are looking… Read more »

Impacted Teeth: The Facts

Have you ever heard of impacted teeth? Do you ever wonder exactly what an impacted tooth could do the health of your smile? Do you know what you can do to address this issue? Fortunately, there are a number of things you could consider doing. An impacted tooth is a tooth that can’t fully emerge… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Be Used to Completely Replace a Severely Cracked Tooth

The outer layer of each tooth is very durable tooth enamel. While this enables your teeth to be strong enough to bite and chew hard foods, your teeth are still not impervious to everything. Sometimes an accidental blow to the face can hit so hard that it severely cracks the tooth enamel. In an extreme… Read more »

Why Your Wisdom Teeth May Need to be Removed

The last set of molars in our mouths, more commonly known as the wisdom teeth, is a remnant of times when humankind had to eat much tougher foods. Since then, we’ve outgrown the need to grind out food to oblivion to get the nutrients out, and now the wisdom teeth can cause many different issues… Read more »

Some Restoration Dentistry Applications Call for a Bone Graft in Advance

Strong bone structure in your jaw is important to maintaining the full function of your mouth and is crucial to certain restoration dentistry applications. This is especially true if you are interested in having a tooth restored with a dental implant. During your initial consultation involves an oral surgeon will examine your mouth to assess… Read more »

Oral Surgery Recovery Tips

Oral surgery is a serious dental treatment, and it’s extremely important to do all you can to properly recover after your appointment. If you take the recovery period seriously, you will have the best treatment results possible. To help you recover properly, our team encourages you to do the following things: -Take it easy for… Read more »