Oral surgery is a branch of dentistry that treats more serious, complex dental cases. There are many procedures under this branch. Read our blog post to learn more about the different types of oral surgery procedures and when they may be necessary!
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Sedation therapy eases dental anxiety and helps patients get the dental care they need. It’s safe for most patients, including kids, but what procedures do you need sedation therapy for? Read our blog post to find out.
Most of the time, patients undergo wisdom tooth removal to avoid serious complications these teeth may cause. If you fall under needing wisdom tooth removal, read our blog post for some tips for successful aftercare!
When the third molars erupt, it can be hard to avoid the pain or discomfort as they sprout through the gums. Unfortunately, wisdom tooth growth can make brushing and flossing difficult and impact the teeth around them, which is far more hurtful than wisdom tooth removal. Read our blog post to learn more about wisdom teeth removal.
Tooth extraction is never a fun experience, but thanks to modern dentistry and technology, extractions can be comfortable and stress-free. Will you always need oral surgery? Or are there other options? Read our blog post for details.
Dental extractions may seem intimidating. However, they’re nothing to fear! Extractions can be a life-changing dental procedure that can help preserve your overall oral health and prevent the spread of infection. Do you need a tooth extraction? Read our blog post for some key tips to having a smooth and speedy recovery!
Tooth extractions are a pretty common part of dental care. Whether it's wisdom teeth or something else, many of us will have at least one extraction in our lifetime. Read our blog post where we go over the dos and don’ts to help you heal quickly after a tooth extraction.
If you’ve had oral surgery, whether it’s a tooth extraction or root canal, there are a few measures you can take to manage your pain and ensure a speedy recovery. Read our blog post for some of our staff’s tips on pain management after oral surgery.