Collaboration for Teeth-In-An-Hour

Submitted by on Mon, 27/03/2017 - 11:36
Teeth-In-An-Hour offers a new way to transform your mouth with a full set of functional, natural-looking teeth secured on a base of dental implants. The procedure, which is performed in a single session, takes only about an hour to complete. The concept for Teeth-In-An-Hour was first introduced by Nobel Biocare and permits the effective collaboration Continue Reading

Diagnosing Sleep Apnea

Submitted by on Tue, 14/02/2017 - 11:57
  Sleep apnea does not often come up in conversations about oral surgery. But, this condition can have some catastrophic effects on the mouth, it’s tissues and surrounding musculature, and more concerning the entire body. Thankfully awareness of sleep apnea has risen in recent years, yet many people still are unaware of the signs and Continue Reading

Understanding Facial Trauma

Submitted by on Mon, 06/02/2017 - 10:55
As spring begins in the sunny state of Florida, so too does the chances of becoming a victim of facial trauma.  Although this sort of trauma is apt to happen to anyone under any circumstances, the start of team sports, balmy surf weather, and family vacations, the risk of suffering from a broken jaw or Continue Reading

Bone Health and the Success of Your Oral Surgery

Submitted by on Sat, 14/01/2017 - 13:51
  The health of your body is tantamount to the success of any surgery, and the health of your bones is one of the most important factors in oral surgery. Understanding how to keep your bones healthy can increase your odds of a quick and healthy recovery as well as a long and healthy relationship Continue Reading

X-rays and Oral Surgery

Submitted by on Thu, 05/01/2017 - 22:16
  Few accidents in history have had the profound and lasting effect as the x-ray. One hundred and twenty two years ago the practice of medicine was forever changed and the ability for physicians to operate on their patients reached new heights. Since then, surgeons of all disciplines have been able to see inside their Continue Reading

Do You Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Submitted by on Thu, 15/12/2016 - 16:22
As the year ends and another begins, many people, parents in particular, begin to look at their new set of dental benefits and wonder if it is time for their children to have their wisdom teeth removed. Wisdom tooth removal is a very common procedure and it may seem as though every child goes through Continue Reading

Bone Grafts in Oral Surgery

Submitted by on Mon, 05/12/2016 - 16:08
Bone is one of the most amazing tissues in the human body. As the hardest tissue in the body, many people think of it as a stone, however this tissue has the ablitity to regenerate large portions of itself if assisted with a bone graft. Bone grafting procedures Have been around for centuries thanks to Continue Reading

Orofacial Clefts and Oral Surgery

Submitted by on Tue, 22/11/2016 - 12:31
Every year more than two thousands babies are born with a cleft palate, and more than four thousand are born with a cleft lip. Orofacial clefts are one of the most common types of congenital defects in the world. Luckily, because this is such a common occurrence, dedicated oral surgeons like Dr. Sedaros are well Continue Reading

Recovery from Oral Surgery

Submitted by on Wed, 09/11/2016 - 0:34
Recovering from oral surgery can be difficult for some patients. With the functionality of the mouth impaired, it is important to know what to expect and how to best heal after your operation. While most people will undergo an oral surgery in their life, every healing experience is different; however, by following the instructions of Continue Reading

Anesthesia and Your Appointment

Submitted by on Thu, 27/10/2016 - 13:26
As an oral surgeon, Dr. Sedaros has been working with anesthesia for many years. He understands that many surgery patients are very nervous and even afraid that they will need to use these drugs for their operations. 27 Simply put, anesthesia is the group of pharmaceuticals that will cause a patient to become unconscious in Continue Reading