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Treating a Cleft Palate

Submitted by on Tue, 28/07/2015 - 14:20
Thousands of babies are born with cleft lips and palates every year in the United States. They are the most common birth defects. Although doctors are unsure of what exactly causes this facial malformation, experienced oral surgeons are sure of how to correct them. Cleft palates and lips occur in early pregnancy, around four to Continue Reading
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The Procedure Before Prosthetics

Submitted by on Wed, 22/07/2015 - 12:44
Receiving full or partial dentures is always exciting for our patients. It can mean an end to difficulty eating or speaking, and especially a new found confidence in your smile. However, many times a pre-prosthetic surgery is necessary before the placement of a prosthesis to ensure the new teeth fit correctly and will give you Continue Reading
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Seven Truths About Wisdom Teeth

Submitted by on Mon, 20/07/2015 - 14:32
As your trusted oral surgeon, we believe it’s important for our patients to have all the facts before they undergo a procedure or surgery. No surgery is filled with as many myths and mystery as the the removal of Wisdom Teeth. To better serve our patients, and the world at large, here are seven truths about Continue Reading
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Four Tips to Recover from a Tooth Extraction

Submitted by on Thu, 16/07/2015 - 15:57
Many people undergo tooth extractions every year. The reasons behind each extraction are different; some are to relieve patients from the pain of an impacted wisdom tooth, others to make room for dental implants or surgery. Whatever the case, extraction can be a painful procedure to recover from. We want our patients to recover quickly Continue Reading
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Faster Recovery With Platelet Rich Plasma

Submitted by on Tue, 23/06/2015 - 14:33
If we told you the use of your own tissue could speed up your post-surgery recovery would you believe us? With today’s medical advances this doesn’t come to a surprise to many but it’s true, the use of platelet rich plasma, or PRP, harvested from your own blood can hasten your recovery. Traditionally separating platelets Continue Reading
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The How and Why of Bone Grafting

Submitted by on Tue, 16/06/2015 - 17:04
For people who have had teeth extracted or are suffering from jawbone loss, receiving dental implants is unattainable unless a bone graft is performed. Bone grafting is an amazing technology that can help many people, especially those who would benefit from dental implants. This process is pretty incredible. When you’re missing teeth, your jawbone is reabsorbed Continue Reading
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Detect Oral Cancer Early By Noticing These Four Symptoms

Submitted by on Mon, 08/06/2015 - 14:45
Our mouths are just as susceptible to cancer as the rest of our bodies. More than 45,000 Americans are diagnosed with oral cancer every year, and it will cause nearly 8,000 deaths. While this cancer is one of the more aggressive cancers, it can be treated with early detection. If you ever experience any of Continue Reading
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Facial Trauma Specialists

Submitted by on Mon, 01/06/2015 - 17:19
Oral surgeons do much more than just pull wisdom teeth; we specialize in many forms of oral and maxillofacial conditions, including treating facial trauma. The Sedaros team is well versed in acute treatment and emergency care, as well as reconstruction and rehabilitation. Trauma is always unexpected, and as your trusted oral surgeon we go above Continue Reading
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Basic Anesthesia Instructions

Submitted by on Tue, 26/05/2015 - 15:16
Many oral surgical procedures require the use of general anesthesia. This marvel of modern medicine makes surgery easy for both patient and doctor because it renders the patient unconscious and numb to pain, and the doctor is able to do their job. Anesthesia does carry some risks for certain people. If instructions provided by the Continue Reading
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Are You a Candidate for Orthognathic Surgery?

Submitted by on Wed, 20/05/2015 - 7:00
Orthognathic Surgery is a mouthful, and it can be even harder to say if you’re in need of it. In laymen’s terms, orthognathic surgery is corrective jaw surgery. When people have bite issues their first thought is get to an orthodontist, but sometimes it’s not that simple. Orthodontics can treat bite issues if it’s only Continue Reading