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Treating Sleep Apnea with Oral Surgery  

Submitted by on Thu, 11/04/2019 - 8:00
Use of a CPAP (Continuous positive airway pressure) machine is often the most common method used to treat sleep apnea, but it isn’t right for everyone. Some people don’t respond to treatment with a CPAP machine, others find having to use a large, cumbersome machine every evening difficult. That is when oral surgery may be Continue Reading
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All About Teeth-in-an-Hour

Submitted by on Fri, 15/03/2019 - 17:00
From start to finish, the traditional dental implant process can take anywhere from six to twelve months. The amount of time involved with the entire process prevents many people from getting dental implants when they really need them. That is why many oral surgeons are now starting to offer a dental service known as teeth-in-an-hour. Continue Reading
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How to Speed Up Recovery after Oral Surgery

Submitted by on Wed, 13/02/2019 - 8:00
If you have oral surgery planned in the near future, you may be thinking ahead regarding your recovery. You know that you’ll need to spend some time in recovery, but you definitely want to minimize that recovery time — so what do you do? Below, you’ll learn about some tried and true tips for speedy Continue Reading
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Preparing for Anesthesia and Your Procedure

Submitted by on Thu, 17/01/2019 - 15:37
The majority of the medical procedures performed by an oral surgeon are considered to be outpatient. The procedure is usually performed in an office setting or hospital-like setting, but it means that you will be sent home a few hours later and you will be responsible for your aftercare. In order to avoid any problems Continue Reading
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Your 2019 Oral Cancer Check

Submitted by on Wed, 05/12/2018 - 15:36
Visiting an oral surgeon or dentist can improve your oral health, but did you know it could save your life? Requesting that your dentist or oral surgeon perform a complete oral cancer screen could lead to the early detection of this disease. The earlier it is detected and diagnosed, the better it responds to treatment. Continue Reading

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