What Happens During Wisdom Teeth Removal?
July 15, 2021 | Dental Blog,Dental Surgery
If you have to get your wisdom teeth removed, you may feel anxious about the upcoming procedure. The removal of your wisdom teeth is a type of oral surgery that is performed in-office. At the right dentist’s office, you can get all of the information that you need about wisdom teeth removal to feel confident… read more
June 29, 2021 | Dental Surgery,General Dentist
Periodontal disease – also called gum disease, periodontitis and gingivitis – is an oral infection of the gums. Periodontal means “around the tooth,” meaning it refers to disease or infection in the gums, tissues and bones surrounding the tooth. Periodontal disease is a common issue that is often reversible in its early stages. If left… read more
How to Tell if I Need a Tooth Extraction
June 15, 2021 | Dental Surgery,General Dentist
Tooth extraction is a type of oral surgery that is only needed in unusual circumstances. Regular care and professional cleanings by a good dentist can help you avoid most severe dental problems that would require extraction. In addition, solutions such as root canals and dental crowns can save most damaged teeth. However, some injuries and… read more
How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?
June 9, 2021 | Dental Surgery,General Dentist,Implant Dentistry
A dental crown is a popular way to repair a damaged tooth. It is customized to match your other teeth, creating a seamless solution for a damaged tooth that would otherwise detract from your smile and reduce functionality. If you currently have an appointment to receive a dental crown, you may have questions about the… read more
What to Expect When Having a Tooth Extracted
May 29, 2021 | Dental Surgery
Most people will experience a tooth extraction at some point in their lives. Whether it is the natural arrival of wisdom teeth that cause pain and overcrowding or a tooth that has decayed or been damaged beyond repair, there are times when tooth extraction is necessary. Although tooth extraction can feel daunting, the procedure with… read more
What Is Considered a Dental Emergency?
April 27, 2021 | Dental Blog,Dental Surgery
Any tooth pain can feel like a dental emergency. Pain or tenderness during chewing can interfere with your ability to eat, talk or sleep. However, most dental problems can wait until the first available dentist’s appointment. There are some conditions beyond the usual aches and pains that require emergency treatment – including after hours or… read more
What Are the Options to Replace Missing Teeth?
April 20, 2021 | Dental Surgery,Implant Dentistry
Missing teeth not only have a negative effect on a smile, but may also impact health and wellbeing by interfering with chewing and speaking. Whether lost teeth are the result of injury, decay, gum disease or a genetic condition, tooth replacement helps prevent shifting, misalignment and the eventual deterioration of the jawbone. If you are… read more
Types of Oral Surgery and What to Expect
March 10, 2021 | Dental Surgery
Oral surgery can be daunting for a dental patient. Knowing what to expect from your upcoming oral surgery, however, can help put your mind at ease and relinquish unfounded fears. If you have questions about a specific oral surgery that are not answered here, please contact Dental on Central to speak to a friendly and… read more
What to Do After You Chip a Tooth
January 27, 2021 | Dental Surgery,General Dentist
A chipped tooth is one of the most common dental problems seen in dentists’ offices around the world. A chipped or cracked tooth is a painful issue that can cause minor to major damage. The only remedy for a chipped tooth is a visit to a dental professional. Before you have your appointment, however, there… read more
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