Reasons Why Wisdom Teeth Are Removed

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Do Your Wisdom Teeth Need to be Removed? Insight teeth are generally are expelled between the ages of 17-25. A few people put off this methodology or don’t have it done at all as a result of dread, or they think it isn’t important. What Are Wisdom Teeth, And Why Remove Them? Wisdom teeth are referred to as third molars …

Talking About Bone Grafting For Dental Implant

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For some, bone grafts are required before dental implants because of inadequate bone. A dental implant is a titanium root replacement. It is inserted into the jaw, and as the bone heals, it fuses the root into the mouth structure. However, you have to have a good foundation for the titanium root to be placed, otherwise, the restored tooth will …

Does Smoking Leads To Dental Implant Failure?

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A Dental implant is one of the most popular treatments for replacing missing teeth. Dental implants are a permanent solution to restoring your teeth to their natural look and feel. Because dental implants treatment requires oral surgery, special care must be taken to ensure implant success. Smoking is known to be a major contributor to implant failure. Smoking and Increased Risk Dental implants are …

Dental Implants: What Happens Without Treatment

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Dental Implants: What Happens Without Treatment? Your smile is one of the first things that people notice when they meet you. A beautiful smile is a sign of health and youth. Missing teeth, however, can have a negative effect, impacting your appearance and harming your confidence. Treatment Options For Replacing Missing Teeth Common treatments to replace missing teeth include partials, …

Certain Health Condition Reduced By Dental Implant

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Dental implants are considered the standard for replacing missing teeth. If you are missing one or more teeth, you may be a candidate for the procedure, which replaces the root of the missing tooth for a sturdy, permanent restoration. Most patients who are healthy enough to undergo a routine extraction will also be healthy enough for dental implants. Several factors …

The Importance Of Back Teeth Replacement

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Millions of people in America have experienced the loss of one or more of their permanent teeth. Whether caused by poor oral care, injury, old age or professional extraction, tooth loss can change every aspect of your daily life in a number of negative ways. While missing back teeth may not be the first thing people see when you smile, …

Understanding Sinus Lift Procedure With NJ Oral Surgeon

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Princeton, NJ – Patients requiring a sinus lift procedure typically have lost teeth or had extractions, and are contemplating dental implants. If the sinus is too close to your jaw or there is not enough height in the jaw bone to support an implant, the surgery provides the structural changes needed to allow us to place dental implants. Who Needs …

The Analysis of Wisdom Teeth for Young Adults

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Our bodies continue to grow through our teenage years as we approach adulthood. Most adult jaws can comfortably support 28 teeth. When our third molars begin to appear they often cannot fit comfortably and may be forced to grow in unhealthy positions, impacting other healthy teeth. The American Dental Association recommends that you consult with an Oral Surgeon about whether …

The Advantage of Botox Cosmetic Treatment

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At Prestige Oral Surgery we are concerned with the harmony and balance of the facial structures, and Botox can help patients achieve this goal. What Is Botox Used For? Botox eliminates dynamic wrinkle lines, like crow’s feet and worry lines, which develop as a result of repeated contractions of the facial muscles. Botox cannot correct all of the effects that …

Your Child’s Perfect Age To See A Dentist

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Parents are often confused about when their child is old enough to visit the dentist. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child’s first visit should be when their first tooth erupts – no later than two years old. From there on, the dentist will continue to recommend the frequency of the visits which the parents should follow. …