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What does an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon do?

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons are dentists who pursue rigorous additional surgical specialty training of four or six years after completion of dental school. After residency, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons can pursue becoming board-certi...
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What Are Tori, Can They Be Removed, and Why Should They Be Removed?

Tori are benign (non-cancerous) growths of extra bone in the mouth.They most commonly occur on the tongue side of the lower jaw on both side...
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Dental Specialists: Which Kind Should You See?

Sometimes we need a little more than the regularly scheduled dental work we get every 6 months. If a situation arises where you need the exp...
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The History of Dental Innovations

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Modern dentistry has come a long way since its inception in the ancient world. The first records of dental history indicate that ancient Sum...
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Choosing the Right Dental Specialist

We all are aware of what an important role our dentist plays in our overall oral health.  He or she is your “go-to” clinician for routine pr...
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Should I Have Oral Surgery in My Dentist’s Office?

Recently a neighbor and I were discussing dentistry. After all, I am an oral surgeon and everyone wants to talk to me about their dental iss...
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Which Dental Specialist Should I See?

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Oral Surgeon? Periodontist? Prosthodontist? Endodontist? Orthodontist? Pediatric Dentist? How do you know which dental specialist to see? Ch...
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Choosing the Right Dental Specialist

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We all are aware of what an important role our dentist plays in our overall oral health.  He or she is your “go-to” clinician for routine pr...
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