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Missing Teeth? Here’s Why You Should Replace Them ASAP

Missing Teeth
Many patients replace their missing teeth for aesthetic reasons. After all, tooth loss can affect your smile and make you feel sel...

Your New Dental Implants and How to Care for Them

Dental Implant Care
The overall success rate of dental implants is 95 percent, according to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon...

Are Dental Implants Possible for Diabetics?

Diabetic Dental Implants
Patients get millions of dental implants every year, and the procedure is widely considered to be a safe and effective means of re...

When Is Tooth Extraction Really Necessary?

wisdom tooth removal murray utah
Is tooth extraction always necessary if you have a severe toothache or other dental problem? Although this was the common school o...

Are Implant-Supported Dentures Right for You?

Dental Implant Supported Dentures
Implant-supported dentures are an excellent alternative to traditional dentures for restoring a full set of teeth. In fact, many o...

Impacted Wisdom Teeth — Watch for These Warning Signs

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Signs
Impacted wisdom teeth affect 9 out of every 10 U.S. residents, according to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Sur...

Dental Implant Surgery — Questions to Ask Your Oral Surgeon

Dental Implant Surgery Questions
Has your dentist recommended dental implant surgery as a way to replace your missing teeth? If so, you may be in search of a good ...

Do You Need an Oral Surgeon for Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Do You Need an Oral Surgeon for Wisdom Tooth Extraction Procedure
Is it necessary to see an oral surgeon to have your wisdom teeth extracted? Or can you go to your regular dentist instead? Most ge...

Tips for Relieving Oral Surgery Discomfort

Oral Surgery Discomfort Relief Tips
Any oral surgery procedure — from a routine wisdom tooth extraction to a complex jaw reconstruction — is likely to result in s...

What to Eat After Oral or Maxillofacial Surgery

Post Oral Surgery Foods
After oral or maxillofacial surgery, you won’t be able to eat certain foods for at least a few days. You can’t eat anything cr...