Can Teenagers Receive Dental Implants?

Submitted by on Mon, 19/03/2018 - 8:04
Missing teeth or having giant, visible gaps in your mouth can be devastating to anyone, but it is extremely devastating if you are a teen. In an effort to correct gaps or spaces created by tooth loss many teenagers consider getting dental implants. Unfortunately, they may not be a good candidate for this type of Continue Reading

Complete Guide for Wisdom Tooth Removal Recovery

Submitted by on Mon, 05/03/2018 - 7:41
Have you recently been told that you need to have your wisdom teeth or third molars extracted?  Wisdom tooth removal is extremely common, and most individuals have their wisdom teeth removed by the age of 25. Individuals usually opt to have their wisdom teeth removed if they have not fully erupted, cause pain or are Continue Reading

Complete Oral Correction With Teeth-In-An-Hour

Submitted by on Mon, 19/02/2018 - 8:50
One of the main reasons that many people may hesitate to get the dental implants that they need is that they don’t want to undergo a very time-consuming series of procedures. This is one of many reasons that Sedaros Oral Surgery now offers Teeth-In-An-Hour, a revolutionary new way to get the stunning and highly functional Continue Reading

Types of Wisdom Tooth Impactions

Submitted by on Mon, 05/02/2018 - 8:50
Wisdom tooth impaction is a common, uncomfortable dental problem that affects the third set of molars, which are the teeth at the very back of the mouth. Wisdom teeth typically appear when a person is between the ages of 17 and 21, when their jawbones have grown large enough to fit the third set of Continue Reading

Understanding a Bone Graft: Allograft Vs. Autograft

Submitted by on Mon, 22/01/2018 - 8:18
After an injury to your jaw, face, or teeth, you may be told that you will need to undergo a bone graft procedure. To help relieve some of your anxiety you may feel about this procedure, we will explain what a bone graft is and look at the type most popular types of bone graft Continue Reading

Preventing Periodontal Disease by Avoiding Sugar

Submitted by on Mon, 08/01/2018 - 8:57
No matter how dedicated you are to your oral health, if you continue to eat a lot of sugar you may eventually develop periodontal disease. No amount of brushing and flossing or regular regularly visiting your dentist will help. It is absolutely essential that you dramatically reduce sugar if you wish to maintain your oral Continue Reading

Understanding Pre-Prosthetic Surgery

Submitted by on Mon, 18/12/2017 - 8:21
Because your teeth are so critical when it comes to your general appearance and overall well-being, it’s natural that you would want to replace a tooth when it’s missing. Whether it’s decay, oral disease, or traumatic injury that caused the tooth loss, you’re probably anxious to get a dental implant, bridge, dentures, or another prosthetic Continue Reading

Treating Facial Trauma

Submitted by on Mon, 04/12/2017 - 16:59
How an oral and maxillofacial surgery specialist approaches treatment of your facial trauma can determine your recovery and future outlook. When treatment is handled properly, patients feel comfortable and confident that they will not only regain full or partial of the impacted facial area but that their appearance will not be impacted in a negative Continue Reading

Treating Cleft Lips and Palates

Submitted by on Tue, 21/11/2017 - 7:11
  A baby’s lips develop between the fourth and seventh weeks of pregnancy. Completely formed lips are important for a normal facial appearance, making sounds, and for creating the proper suction needed for nursing or bottle-feeding. Different areas of a baby’s face, including the left and right sides of the lips and roof of the Continue Reading

Consequences of Sleep Apnea and How Your Oral Surgeon Can Help

Submitted by on Tue, 07/11/2017 - 7:04
People are all too quick to brush snoring aside and think it is a normal bodily function. Unfortunately, excessive and loud snoring could be an early sign that you are suffering from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a type of sleep disorder which can have serious, not to mention potentially fatal, consequences. It occurs when Continue Reading