When you need to see an oral surgeon to improve your health, you will naturally discover that a lot of questions make their way into your mind. However, they might show up in the form of worries or concerns and not necessarily in the format of an inquiry. We understand that this might be a… Read more »
Category: Oral Surgery
Do you know a lot about why we suggest surgery for your smile? Are you wondering why sometimes we do but sometimes we don’t? Your Corona dentist would like to explain oral surgery, while providing you with a clearer foundation regarding why it becomes necessary and how it can benefit you. Receive clarification on the… Read more »
Did you know that in some cases removing a natural tooth can improve the health and potentially the appearance of your smile? What may seem counterproductive can actually be essential. We offer safe and caring tooth removal should you require one. There are a number of reasons you may need an extraction.
Many patients receive intravenous sedation while undergoing surgical procedures of all types. Surgery is never something deemed as a relaxing experience in general, but sedation allows people to go through the nerve-wracking moments without remembering any discomfort. When it comes to dentistry, IV sedation is certainly not the only option. The Temecula dentists at the Oasis Family… Read more »
Some dentists only provide basic preventive and restorative dental care. Some may add cosmetic services to their list. A truly comprehensive practice provides orthodontics and oral surgery in addition to basic dental needs. Your Temecula dentists at the Oasis Family Dental offer the specialty of oral surgery in their dental practice. Common oral surgeries include… Read more »
A frenectomy is the removal of one of the frenumsin the mouth. A frenum is an attachment of tissues with muscle. You have two frena in your mouth: beneath your tongue (lingual frenum) and between your inner lip and upper front teeth (maxillary labial frenum). When either of these pieces of tissue are too big,… Read more »
More than half of Americans will have lost one or more teeth by the time they reach their middle years.The most common causes for tooth loss include gum disease, tooth decay, sports injuries, automobile collisions, and accidental falls. However, the result is always the same: that missing tooth can have an adverse impact your quality… Read more »