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Why Choose Dental Implants?

Benefits of dental implants Dental implants are today’s top choice for tooth restoration. Whether you have a single missing tooth or several gaps in your smile, implanted teeth are the ideal solution. But why do oral surgeons, dental professionals and patients prefer dental implants? What’s so great about implanted teeth? Once you recognize their many remarkable advantages, you’ll understand. Restore a Natur

How to Sleep After Wisdom Teeth Removal

How wisdom tooth removal affects sleep Worried about how wisdom teeth removal will affect your sleep? You’re not alone – many patients share the same concern. And the truth is, the post-surgical discomfort can make getting enough shut-eye a bit more difficult. Fortunately, with the right approach, you can sleep after wisdom teeth removal. Here, we explain how to get the rest you need when you’re recovering from a tooth extrac

Maxillofacial Surgery for Facial Tumors

Facial tumors and abnormal facial growths If you have a facial tumor, or neoplasm, you may need maxillofacial surgery. Though not every neoplasm requires surgical treatment, some tumors can pose a serious health threat. Because of this, anyone who notices an abnormal growth on the face should schedule a consultation with an expert in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Facial tumors can also profoundly affect the appearance, so many pe

Do You Need TMJ Treatment? Warning Signs of Jaw Joint Problems

TMJ symptoms and treatment No diagnostic test can tell you if you need TMJ treatment. So, how are you supposed to know if you have temporomandibular joint disorder? Oral surgeons are experts in facial conditions and have the skill, knowledge and training to diagnose jaw joint problems. Often, surgeons look to the symptom patients are experiencing to confirm a suspected case of TMJ disorder. If you notice any of the

Can Dental Implants Develop Cavities?

Caring for new dental implants Dental implants are as close to natural teeth as you can get. After implant surgery, no one will ever be able to tell that you once had gaps in your grin. Since dental implants mimic natural teeth so well, you may wonder if are they just as prone to developing cavities. They’re not. In fact, implanted teeth can’t get cavities at all! However, you still need to care for your smile, or yo