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Replacing Missing Teeth: How Urgent is it to Seek Help?

Surely, there are worse things to experience, but having a tooth knocked out definitely ranks high on the misery index of life’s unfortunate events. Yet, the numbers show that if you do have a tooth knocked out, you are not alone in sufferi...
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What is Marsupialization of a Keratocyst?

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Marsupialization is a conservative and non-invasive surgical option to treat keratocysts, especially in the case of large cysts, or with ver...
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Oral Mucoceles: What Causes Them and How to Treat Them

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Oral mucoceles, sometimes called an oral mucous cyst, is a harmless, painless swelling on the lip or inside of the mouth.
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Sore Spot: Your Oral Surgeon Can Treat Scar Tissue in Your Mouth

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You know what’s irritating? That … that, right there! That sore spot in your mouth that nobody else can see – except for your hygienist and ...
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Different Types of Oral Surgery

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Oral and maxillofacial surgeons undergo years of extensive education and training, which allows them to perform many different types of oral...
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How Dental Bone Grafting Works

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When implants are needed to replace missing teeth or the jaw bone needs to be reconstructed after traumatic injuries or following removal of...
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What to Ask Your Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon (OMS) Before Surgery

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Oral and maxillofacial surgeons, or OMS, are called upon to complete surgical dental procedures. Some of the most common surgical oral and d...
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How Oral Surgeons Assist Orthodontists

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At Northwest Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery our doctors are ready to assist you and your family members with all-inclusive oral health care ...
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TMJ Disorder and Oral Surgery

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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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Understanding Treatment for a Cleft Lip or Palate

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In a developed society with good healthcare, the occurrence of a cleft lip or cleft palate is relatively rare. While it is true that good di...
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