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Tips for Avoiding Dry Sockets

Submitted by on Mon, 20/08/2018 - 11:08
Dental extractions are a fairly routine procedure performed with little or no complications. However, they aren’t 100% problem free. For a very small amount of people, a very painful problem known as dry sockets can occur after a tooth has been removed. Luckily, it is a problem that can be prevented. Understanding More about Dry Continue Reading
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Your Dental Implant Recovery

Submitted by on Mon, 06/08/2018 - 10:58
Dental implants can truly be life-changing for patients who have no natural teeth. They’ll give you not only an attractive smile but also the ability to use your teeth like you used to back when you had natural teeth. However, in order to get to the place where your dental implants are fully functional, you’ll Continue Reading
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Application of Platelet Rich Plasma for Oral Surgery

Submitted by on Tue, 17/07/2018 - 16:10
Did you know that receiving platelet-rich plasma (PRP) during oral surgery can help you recover faster? Our dentist in Melbourne, Dr. Sedaros offers PRP therapy at Sedaros Facial Surgery and Dental Implants in order to improve recovery times and patient outcomes for many different types of oral surgeries. Understanding Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) When you Continue Reading
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Wisdom Tooth Removal Before School

Submitted by on Tue, 03/07/2018 - 10:07
There’s never really a good time to have your wisdom teeth removed, but for most people, the procedure is necessary. And while you’d probably rather have fun lounging on the beach with your friends during the summer, it’s also the perfect time to have your wisdom teeth removed. The biggest reason? You’ll have more time Continue Reading
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Preventing Perioimplantitis

Submitted by on Tue, 19/06/2018 - 9:17
Dental implants offer the most impressive tooth replacement solution available today — and they’re also permanent. However, when dental implants are not cared for in the right way, they can cause infection in the soft tissue and even the bone surrounding them. This can lead to serious problems like bone loss — and sometimes serious Continue Reading
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Keeping Your Implants Clean

Submitted by on Wed, 06/06/2018 - 12:54
When you get new dental implants, one of your first concerns will be keeping the implants and the rest of your mouth in good condition. Taking care of implants is not complicated or difficult, but it does require specific knowledge. To have the very best experience with your new dental implants, it’s very important that Continue Reading
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4 Things You Should Know About Anesthesia

Submitted by on Wed, 16/05/2018 - 15:20
For many patients who are in need of oral surgery the thought of being sedated is more frightening than what happens during the actual procedure. In an effort to reduce some of your pre-procedure anxiety and relieve some of your fears about being sedated, the staff at Sedaros Oral Facial Surgery & Dental Implants has Continue Reading
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Treating Facial Trauma

Submitted by on Wed, 02/05/2018 - 8:08
Patients with facial trauma have often gone through extremely emotional and painful situations that resulted in their injuries. The unique circumstances surrounding how the injuries occurred means a healthcare professional must approach treatment with compassion and understanding. Unfortunately, not every emergency room doctor or primary care physician has the experience, training, and understanding to provide Continue Reading
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Life After Oral Cancer

Submitted by on Tue, 17/04/2018 - 9:13
If you’re diagnosed with oral cancer, you’ll typically start treatment right away. Oral cancer is often treatable if it’s discovered early enough. Being proactive about treatment can not only help you feel better — it could potentially save your life. However, after oral cancer treatment, many patients worry whether they’re cured, whether the cancer will Continue Reading
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Oral Cancer Awareness Month

Submitted by on Tue, 03/04/2018 - 9:01
Awareness months – as they are sometimes called – are not official holidays recognized on any calendar but they are important. These months are dedicated to raising public awareness about important issues and topics. Oral cancer is an important, yet often overlooked issue which is why healthcare and dental professionals have declared April to be Oral Continue Reading