When a tooth is impacted, this means it only partially eruptions. This could impact the alignment of your smile and lead to serious complications. But we can help with oral surgery! In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral and maxillofacial surgeons talk about how we bracket your impacted teeth into place.
Category: Oral Health
Planning Treatment With Digital Diagnostic Imaging
We want to offer oral surgery for our patients with precision and accuracy, whether you need a simple tooth extraction, or grafting to rebuild missing jawbone tissue. To plan and implement treatment, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral and maxillofacial surgeons will use advanced CBCT technology.
Planning Treatment With Digital X-Rays
When you come to use for oral surgery, whether extracting teeth or replacing them with dental implants, we want to offer care with precision and accuracy. As part of the planning process, we would use advanced digital x-ray technology. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons will discuss digital x-rays.
Using Digital X-Rays To Plan Your Care
When you see our team for oral surgery, we want to complete a thorough exam of your smile. This not only ensures a proper diagnosis, but also lets us properly guide treatment. In today’s blog, your Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park, CA, oral surgeons will explain how we use digital x-rays to plan your care.
3 Signs of Oral Health Trouble You Should Take Seriously
One of the biggest factors why oral health concerns are allowed to progress severely before patients address them is because they’re unaware that there is a problem, or they underestimate the significance of certain symptoms. Fortunately, there’s opportunity in this fact; though the symptoms may seem minor and insignificant at first, they are present, and… Read more »
What Does Oral Health Have to Do with Systemic Health?
There are simple steps to keeping your smile consistently healthy, such as brushing your teeth twice and flossing at least once every day, as well as visiting your general dentist routinely for preventive checkups and cleanings. In some cases, maintaining your good oral health may be more complex, and more involved treatment may be required… Read more »
A Few Proven Ways of Preserving Your Smile
The concept of preserving your smile and oral health can seem simple on the surface, but what’s needed to accomplish it depends on several unique factors. For example, if you haven’t experienced any oral health concerns yet, then preserving your smile likely means avoiding any in the future. If you do have an existing concern,… Read more »