Learning More About Bone Grafting

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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 »

Information You Need to Recover From Oral Surgery

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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 in a Nutshell

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Are you considering a dental implant? If so, we can help! Did you know, dental implants have left a lasting and positive impact in smiles for over 40 years? With that kind of success, you can feel good about your dental implant restoration. Here at in , , our team is excited to talk to… Read more »

FAQs about Jawbone Grafting

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There are many reasons why you might need a bone graft. A weak jaw, gum disease, misaligned bite, and preparation for dental implants are just some of these reasons. Here are some introductory FAQs: What exactly is a jawbone graft? A jawbone graft is a type of oral surgery in which a portion of bone… Read more »

Impacted Teeth: The Facts

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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 »

Why We Remove Wisdom Teeth

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Your wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) often require removal because they cause many dental problems because they do not fit in the mouth. We extract wisdom teeth from your jaw in order to protect you from: Cavities and Periodontal Disease: Often the wisdom teeth only partially erupt, which means that they easily trap… Read more »