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Northwest Oral Surgery Impacted Canine Teeth Dentist in Mask Holding Tools

Impacted Canine Teeth

Canine teeth in humans are the slightly pointed teeth that sit on each side of the incisors at the front of the mouth. There is evidence that early hominids may have found those four sharp teeth at the corners of the jaws a handy weapon for...
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TMJ Disorder and Oral Surgery

NW Oral Surgery Is It Time to Consider Surgery for TMJ Issues Man in White Shirt Holding Jaw in Pain
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the area of the jaw just in front of the earlobe region where the bottom jaw connects to the skull. The...
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What are Common Reasons for Reconstructive Jaw Surgery?

man with hand on face - has a toothache
Corrective jaw surgery (also known as orthognathic surgery) is intended to alter specific aspects of the structure of the jaw, correcting an...
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