A number of factors could complicate your ability to receive dental implant dentures, from the stability of your jawbone to the presence of gum disease. However, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons talk about All-On-Four, and how this could help people receive implant dentures in one visit, even if they have weakened jawbones.
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Tooth extraction is one of the most common procedures within the field of oral surgery. While no one ever wants to lose a tooth, when your dentist or oral surgeon recommends it, it is medically beneficial and can improve the overall health of your mouth. Despite how daunting the procedure may seem, you will be… Read more »
Maintaining a healthy mouth requires more than just brushing and flossing regularly. You also need to visit your dentist or oral surgeon for thorough examinations, so they can detect any potential issues that may be looming. The study of irregularities and their subsequent treatment is known as oral pathology. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa… Read more »
Dental implants offer the most lifelike and durable option to replace a missing tooth, or to even secure a set of fixed dentures. But how do they look and function so much like natural teeth? In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons talk about the different parts of a dental implant.
When you have problems with your jaw, whether due to injury or occurring due to issues with growth and development, then this could impact how you eat and speak. This could also complicate orthodontic treatment too! In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral and maxillofacial surgeons talk about how we address these concerns… Read more »
Losing your teeth doesn’t just leave a gap in your smile. Over time, your jawbone itself could lose mass and density, which means an aged appearance, further tooth loss, and complications with dental implant placement. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons talk about augmenting smiles with jawbone grafting.
Facial trauma refers to damaged or lost teeth, or breakage and injury to the jaw and cheek bones. You could also develop facial lacerations and other injuries. Our team of oral and maxillofacial surgeons have experience in treating these concerns and restoring beauty and function to your smile. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa ,… Read more »
When a tooth is impacted, this means it has only partially erupted, which could lead to serious trouble for your smile. In some cases, we could help treat them with a bracketing procedure. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons discuss how we treat impacted teeth and restore your oral health.