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How Long Will Wisdom Tooth Recovery Take?

December 10, 2021

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Woman resting at home after wisdom tooth removal

Wisdom teeth removal is an extremely common surgery, with as many as 10 million wisdom teeth being removed in the United States each year. As with most surgeries, it takes some time for your body to fully recover after the procedure. While wisdom tooth recovery is usually completed without any complications, it’s important to be aware of just how long the process takes and what you can do to speed it up. That way, you can return to your normal routine all the sooner without having to worry about any new oral health problems. The following post covers the basics of recovery that you need to know before wisdom tooth surgery.


4 Tips for Enjoying the Holidays While Recovering from Oral Surgery

December 3, 2021

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Couple watching TV on couch during holidays

Many people choose to schedule oral surgery procedures like gum grafting or tooth extraction around the holidays. This way, they can recover during an already scheduled break from work or school. Of course, you may be concerned about missing out on the festivities while dealing with the aftereffects of surgery, but don’t worry! While you may need to be a bit more mindful of what foods you can eat and what activities you take part in, you’ll still be able to enjoy a fun, fulfilling holiday season even while you’re in the middle of the recovery process. Here are 4 tips for taking care of your mouth while in the middle of holiday celebrations.


Busting 4 Common Myths About Dental Sedation

November 19, 2021

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Woman benefiting from dental sedationDo your palms sweat when it’s time to visit the dentist? Maybe you need an upcoming procedure, and you’re concerned about pain? No matter the reason, dental sedation can provide a comfortable, pain-free appointment; however, there has been a lot of controversy surrounding it. The media often features sedation dentistry negatively without reporting the benefits. It’s normal to have concerns because there’s a lot of misinformation about the services. Don’t let rumors stand in your way of getting the comfortable care you need. Here are the facts to 4 common dental sedation myths to make the best decision about your oral health needs.


Why You Should Be Thankful for Dental Implants This Thanksgiving

November 11, 2021

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family eating Thanksgiving dinner

The end of the year is approaching quickly, and the holiday season is officially in full swing. Now that it’s November, there’s one special holiday everyone is looking forward to – Thanksgiving! Not only is it a chance to feast on delicious food, but to show gratitude and appreciation for what matters most in your life. If you have dental implants, there are plenty of reasons to be grateful this season. That said, here’s why you should be thankful for your new smile this Thanksgiving.


What Can I Expect After Bone Grafting?

October 21, 2021

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Digital model of dental bone graft procedureIf you recently had your consultation for dental implants, you probably didn’t expect your periodontist to discover you’ve lost bone in your jaw. You can lose up to 25% of your jaw’s density within the first year of missing a tooth. Up to 50% of patients interested in dental implants require bone grafting. While it adds another step to your treatment plan, it’s crucial to the long-term success of your new smile. Here’s what you can expect when recovering from your dental bone graft procedure.


3 Reasons Wisdom Teeth Need to be Removed

October 18, 2021

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Image of inflammation requiring wisdom tooth removalBetween your late teen years and early 20s, a third set of molars should erupt through your gum tissue, but often there are complications. The wisdom teeth can help grind and chew food; however, evolution has caused the human jaw to narrow, which means there may not be enough room for them to erupt. Although your dentist generally does whatever they can to preserve your natural smile, here are 3 reasons they may recommend wisdom tooth removal.


Do I Need Bone Grafting for Dental Implants?

September 14, 2021

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Digital image of a bone graftAre you ready to replace your missing teeth with the next best thing to your natural smile? You can join over 500,000 people who invest in dental implants annually. Your first step to a complete smile involves a thorough consultation with your dentist. Don’t be surprised if your dentist recommends a bone graft before beginning the transformation process. Although it adds another step to your journey, the success of your new smile relies on the procedure.


Scaling & Root Planing: How Much Does It Cost?

May 25, 2021

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Man in glasses thinking with fingers crossed on his mouth

Gum disease is one of the most common dental issues, currently affecting around 50% of the US population. What starts as minimal tenderness and bleeding can lead to serious oral and overall health issues like tooth loss and increased risks of heart disease if it goes unchecked. Thankfully, periodontists can provide scaling and root planing – a nonsurgical treatment also known as a “deep cleaning.” If you think you need this service, you’re probably wondering how much it costs. Read on to get the answer and learn more about scaling and root planing!


Expectations for Recovering from a Wisdom Tooth Extraction

March 1, 2021

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wisdom tooth recovery pain medication

The large teeth at the back of your mouth, referred to as the wisdom teeth (third molars), usually emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. Sometimes, there isn’t enough room for the wisdom teeth to move into the correct position, which is called impaction. This can result in pain or an infection. The remedy is to have the teeth removed. What can you expect from the extraction process and what’s the usual timeframe for wisdom tooth recovery? Continue reading to get the answers.


How to Save Your Gums with Pocket Reduction Surgery

February 4, 2021

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Dentist measuring woman's gum pocket depth with periodontal probe

Untreated periodontal disease can lead to bone damage, tooth loss, and increased risk of serious health conditions such as stroke and diabetes. The earliest stage of periodontal disease can often be reversed by practicing good oral hygiene. However, advanced periodontitis usually requires more serious measures. Specifically, pocket reduction surgery is one of the best treatment options available to overcome serious gum infections. Are your gums chronically swollen and bleeding? Keep reading to learn more about the pocket reduction procedure and see whether it’s right for you.

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