Seeking Treatment for an Oral Infection Keeps Your Mouth and Body Safe

When it comes to oral surgery for oral- and tooth-related issues, you might need to be treated for impacted, infected or abscessed teeth. You might need a root canal treatment or one or more tooth extractions to get rid of the infection. When an infection is present, you’ll often experience... Read more »

What Kind of Post-Operative Pain Control Management Can You Expect After Oral or Maxillofacial Surgery?

As oral surgeons, we routinely perform a variety of surgical procedures such as bone grafting, dental implants, apicoectomies, jaw surgery, soft tissue grafting, and, of course, tooth extractions, including wisdom tooth removal. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons are experts at restoring your mouth and face after a trauma, injury, or... Read more »

There Are Various Types of Facial Traumas That Our Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons Can Fix

If you were to sustain a sudden facial trauma or injury with cuts that require stitches by our oral maxillofacial surgeon, we would evaluate your facial structure. Should you break a bone, either in your face or in your jaw (something that is fairly common), the assessment would take into... Read more »

What Are the Most Common Types of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeries You Might Need?

When it comes to repairing surgical disease, injuries or defects that affect your mouth, face and jaw, our oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMS) are ready and qualified to help. We work on fixing a variety of conditions, from extracting wisdom teeth, cleft lip and palate surgery to facial cosmetic surgery.... Read more »

There Are Tasty Yet Safe Foods and Beverages You Can Consume After Your Oral Maxillofacial Surgery

When you undergo oral and maxillofacial surgery, you’ll need to stick to a liquid and soft-food diet post-surgery. To protect your surgical site while your mouth is recovering, you'll need to stay away from foods that are chewy, hard or crunchy. Depending on the surgery you had done, this can... Read more »

Our Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Has the Training and Experience You Want for Your Treatment

Have you been wondering what exactly oral and maxillofacial surgeons do? We specialize in diagnosing and treating a variety of diseases, injuries and defects involving the head, neck, face and jaws as well as the hard and soft tissues in the oral and maxillofacial areas of the body. We are... Read more »

Have You Been Thinking About Getting Dental Implants To Replace Damaged Teeth?

Do you have damaged or missing teeth? Do you want a tooth replacement option that isn’t dentures or bridgework? If so, dental implants may be perfect for your smile! Implants are modern marvels that effectively replace tooth roots, allowing your “new” teeth to function, feel, and look like your natural... Read more »

Oral Cancer Awareness Week Is in April and Can Help Save Lives!

Oral Cancer Awareness Week is observed on April 3 – 9, 2022 (thanks to the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance). It is supported by the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery to draw attention to this often fatal disease and how early detection is the key to surviving cancer.... Read more »

What To Expect if You Have a Tooth That Needs To Be Extracted

Do you need to have one or more permanent teeth extracted? For adults, there are a variety of reasons why a tooth may need to be removed from the roots. Some of those include severe damage from tooth decay, trauma from a fall or blow to the face, or bacterial... Read more »

How You Can Facilitate a Speedy and Comfortable Recovery After Getting Oral Surgery

If you are planning to have oral surgery, the best thing you can do is to take good care of your mouth post-recovery. This way, recovery can be quick and easy with few complications. Oral surgery, like wisdom teeth removal or dental implant surgery, can be easily navigated if you... Read more »