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Pediatric Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Pediatric Oral Surgery may be needed when a child’s teeth are growing abnormally, have become infected or an accident has damaged them in some irreparable way. Irregularities happen, but the most important thing to remember is to deal with ...
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Dental Surgery Tourism Grows in Popularity but Can Be a Risky Trip

NW Oral Surgery Dental Surgery Tourism Risks World Map
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that medical tourism, including dental surgery, is a worldwide, multibillion-dolla...
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Full Mouth Dental Implant Solutions

NWOMS teeth
Many patients come into the office asking about dental implants.  Whether replacing one tooth or a full set of teeth, Northwest Oral and Max...
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Wisdom Teeth Recovery Timeline

Wisdom teeth removal surgery is an outpatient procedure that removes the back molars, also called wisdom teeth. Outpatient surgery means you...
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Frequently Asked Questions About Removing Tori

Tori, also known as mandibular tori, is an oral disease that affects five to ten percent of the adult population. While the condition is typ...
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Tongue Reduction Surgery: What Patients Need to Know

Tongue reduction surgery might sound a bit strange, but there are certain patients who benefit tremendously from tongue reduction surgery. W...
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What is the Purpose of Wisdom Teeth?

When it comes to the human body some things just seem so random. Take wisdom teeth, for example, those late-blooming third molars that human...
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What to Do When an Adult Tooth Falls Out

When you are young, losing a tooth can be a magical experience. It is a rite of passage, signifying you are growing up, and in some cases a ...
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How to Prepare and Recover from Wisdom Teeth Removal Surgery

Ancient Greeks and Disney channel stars may not have a lot in common but from Aristotle to Zendaya, they have all had to deal with “wisdom t...
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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day 2021

Prescription Take-Back Day flier
The DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day event is taking place on Saturday, April 24, 2021.
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