What Are Simple and Surgical Tooth Extractions?

Tooth extractions are necessary when a tooth is severely decayed or damaged, when a tooth causes more harm than good, and when there just isn’t enough room in the mouth. Even though tooth extraction is very inconvenient and unfortunate, it can benefit your oral health and smile in a myriad of ways. There are two… Read more »

Is Wisdom Tooth Removal Right for You?

With the advancements in dental technology over the last 50 years, you almost wouldn’t believe that dental problems used to be solved simply with pulling a tooth. However, that still applies today! Wisdom tooth removal is one of the most sought-after treatments in people’s late teens. When it’s time, these third molars have many reasons… Read more »

What Diabetes May Mean for Your Teeth

29.1 million people, or 9.3% of the U.S. population, have been diagnosed with diabetes. It is also projected that 8.1 million people have diabetes now but have yet to be diagnosed. But what is the connection between diabetes and your teeth? Each part of your body affects the other. Diabetes affects your entire body. It… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Be Used to Replace a Tooth Lost to an Untreated Cavity

Without professional treatment by a dentist like Dr. an untreated cavity can severely compromise a tooth. If the tooth decay spreads deep into the root to cause a dental abscess or a severe dental fracture, it might not be viable for treatment by endodontic therapy. In a severe case like this Dr. might recommend extracting… Read more »

Smoking or Vaping After Oral Surgery Can Lead to Severe Complications

There are several different types of oral surgery offered at ’s clinic. This includes wisdom tooth extraction, dental extractions to prepare for dentures, dental implant restoration, and alterations to soft oral tissues. After the oral surgery, Dr. and associates will provide you with any specific aftercare instructions. This might also include a prescription for anti-inflammatory,… Read more »

Special Care Is Needed After a Dental Extraction

There are certain situations where a tooth has been so significantly traumatized by an untreated cavity or a dental fracture that Dr. can’t save. In these rare situations might advocate extracting the entire tooth to help ease the pain and prevent a serious infection from developing in the underlying periodontal tissues. Afterward, you will need… Read more »

Two Dental Implants Can Provide Sufficient Anchors for a Dental Bridge Restoration

There are a few different ways to address the loss of multiple teeth in one area of your mouth. A removable partial denture can replace some of your basic oral function. However, it will never be able to replicate the full strength of your original teeth. Fortunately, recent advancements in dental restoration technology now make… Read more »

Some Important Sedation Dentistry Tips

Are you preparing for a bone graft, dental implant, or orthognathic surgery? You may want to learn more about sedation dentistry. Sedation is also a viable option for anyone with dental anxiety. Here at we specialize in three kinds of sedation: nitrous oxide, oral sedation and IV sedation. Which type we use will depend upon… Read more »

The Basics of Implant-Supported Dentures

Since the dentistry techniques that we use at are progressive, your teeth are much more likely to last your whole life long. Sometimes, however, no matter how well you take care of them, teeth eventually deteriorate and fall out of your mouth. If this happens, you don’t have to worry – our office can provide… Read more »

A Tooth That Required a Treatment-Based Extraction Needs Quality Aftercare

While it’s rare and unfortunate, there are times when a tooth has been so badly compromised by a cavity or dental trauma that it can’t be saved by a root canal. In a situation like this, Dr. might recommend a total dental extraction. This will remove all remnants of the tooth to prevent further complications…. Read more »