Tips To Protect Your Dental Implants

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Some patients that have received dental implants have questions about dental hygiene and other tips to help ensure that their investment lasts many years. Often times bad dental hygiene may have contributed to their tooth loss, many understand the importance of recommitting to good dental care. For patients considering implants or those who have them and are looking for ways …

Implant Surgery: Until When Will It Take To Recover?

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There is no need to take any time off work after the placement of an implant. As long as you do not have to exercise or exert yourself like doing heavy lifting at work, you should be fine. Some people choose to take the rest of the day off or even a couple of days off. This decision is up …

What Is Teeth-In-A-Day Replacement

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The loss of adult teeth has many negative consequences, which include compromised oral esthetics, increased risk of oral health problems, and the potential loss of healthy jaw bone structure. In order to address all of these concerns, it is important to replace teeth that have gone missing. Am I A Candidate? In order to determine if a patient is an …

How To Ease Your Child’s Dental Fear?

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Easing Your Child’s Fear of Oral Surgery The thought of undergoing oral surgery usually elicits feelings of anxiety and fear for patients. If it is your child that needs surgery, the emotions are intensified even more. At Prestige Oral Surgery, we know firsthand the many worries, concerns, and questions that parents face in this situation and we are here to …

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 …

What Are The Issues After Wisdom Teeth Removal

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The expulsion of wisdom teeth is a standout amongst the most widely recognized strategies performed in dentistry once a day. While the vast majority will experience this surgery and do great, a couple of individuals may endure complications. Extreme inconveniences are rare. Following your oral specialist’s post-employable guidelines is the most ideal approach to anticipate them. Pain: Any surgical procedure …

Tips to Consider Before Oral Surgery

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Oral surgery may be required for a variety of reasons. You may have an impacted tooth trapped in the jawbone or a tooth that is poorly positioned and damaging neighboring teeth. It is especially common to have these types of problems with growing wisdom teeth. Oral surgery is also necessary for the placement of dental implants, tooth and facial injuries, …

Foods to Eat After Wisdom Tooth Removal

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What you eat following wisdom teeth extraction can have a big impact on how you feel during your recovery. While you can expect to be sore and maybe swollen following oral surgery, most patients do not experience high levels of pain after their extractions. Our office will provide detailed instructions about dietary restrictions and foods to avoid during your recovery …