Month: February 2021

What Happens When You Have An Impacted Tooth?

When a tooth becomes impacted, this could lead to major pain and complications for your smile’s health, function, and stability. While this could happen for a number of reasons, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons can bracket the tooth and restore alignment to your smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about possible… Read more »

Saving Your Smile With Wisdom Tooth Extraction

As we approach our late teens and early adulthood, up to four new teeth could erupt in the rear of your smile. Wisdom teeth, also known as your third molars, could then cause serious problems for the health and function of your smile. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons explain how… Read more »

Diagnosing Your Smile And Planning Care With CBCT

Oral surgery could enable our team to transform your smile, treating trauma, providing oral pathology, and of course, replacing missing teeth. But to proceed with treatment accurately, we need to gain a clear picture of your smile, above and beneath the gums and oral structures. To accomplish this, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons… Read more »

Evaluating Your Smile With Oral Pathology

When you have sores, lumps, or other changes to your gums and oral structures, then you should let your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons know. As part of our approach to oral pathology, we can examine and diagnose these issues and discover whether you need a biopsy or treatment. In today’s blog, we’re going… Read more »

Which Anesthetic Option Is Right For You?

Oral surgery could be used to transform the health and stability of your smile, while also improving overall smile esthetics too. However, we know that many people have dental anxiety, or could be concerned about their comfort during these procedures. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons discuss how we ensure comfort… Read more »

The Importance Of Dental Extractions

Often, we employ oral surgery to preserve teeth or to replace missing ones, from implant placement to ridge augmentation. However, sometimes oral surgery is needed to help the smile by actually removing a tooth. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons will look at the process of performing a general extraction.

Replacing Lost Teeth With All-On-Four

When you lose most of your teeth, an implant denture could help restore function and improve the appearance of your smile. However, often the lost jawbone density complicates this process. To help people obtain a full smile again without relying on grafting and other surgical procedures, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons may suggest… Read more »

Bracketing Your Impacted Tooth

Oral surgery means the ability to address serious oral health issues, the kind that could mean complications that harm the stability of your smile. One such issue is an impacted tooth, which could lead to misalignment, infection, or even damaged teeth. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons explain how we bracket… Read more »