We understand that visiting your oral surgeon or dentist can feel daunting. In fact, many of us have anxiety when we go to our oral health care provider. This is completely normal and you should always feel comfortable expressing your concerns and stress to your dentist. We put the comfort of our oral surgery patients… Read more »
Month: February 2022
While we focus on oral surgery, we are also dedicated to oral pathology, which is the study and treatment of diseases that can affect the interior areas of your mouth. We love to provide our patients with healthy smiles, jaws, and mouths, and a major component of this is focusing on their overall oral health…. Read more »
When you have facial trauma, or issues with the growth and development of your smile, then this could cause complications with your oral health and facial esthetics. To correct these concerns, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons could recommend orthognathic surgery.
After the loss of your teeth, the changes to your smile could weaken the jawbone and complicate your ability to replace missing teeth with dental implants. However! Your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons can help make your smile ready with jawbone grafting and sinus lifts, which helps rebuild your smile and strengthen it.
When you sustain an injury to the face, or a tooth is knocked out, then you have facial trauma that needs attention before major complications develop. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons talk about how we correct facial lacerations and injuries to improve the health, function, and appearance of your smile.
When a tooth only partially erupts, or the position is altered due to injury or oral health complications, this could lead to a painful impaction. To prevent worsening symptoms, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral surgeons could discuss the bracketing process, or possibly a safe and gentle tooth extraction.
It can be a relief to receive a denture, as it gives you back your complete smile after tooth loss. However, if you assume that your only option is to receive a removable denture, you can have lingering questions about how treatment will benefit your bite function, and how you can adjust to life with… Read more »
When we approach early adulthood, up to four new teeth could arrive. Known as wisdom teeth, or third molars, these could cause serious trouble for the health, function, and beauty of your smile. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa , CA, oral and maxillofacial surgeons talk about removing wisdom teeth with oral surgery.