Being Aware Of Oral Cancer

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According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, oral cancer roughly kills 1 person every hour with more than 450,000 newly diagnosed cases each year. At Prestige Oral Surgery, we recommend that those at high risk for oral cancer, namely smokers, drinkers, users of chewing tobacco perform a self-evaluation monthly. When detected in the early stages, oral cancer may be more easily …

Will Dental Implants Damage My Natural Teeth?

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Dental implants offer patients a solution for tooth loss that will not compromise the integrity of the surrounding teeth. Because the surrounding bone is able to form a bond with dental implants, which are made of titanium, the implant can stand alone to support a prosthetic crown. Alternatives To Dental Implants An alternative to dental implants would be a dental …

Understanding All-on-4 Dental Implants

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The All-on-4 system uses four titanium posts embedded in the jaw to for all time and safely hold a denture. This strategy is far better than and significantly more helpful than wearing customary dentures. An All-on-4 methodology could be the ideal answer for your dental wellbeing needs. All-on-4 Dental Implants An All-on-4 procedure is where we utilize four dental implants …

The Difference Between Juvéderm and Botox

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As we live our lives, we smile, laugh, and frown to convey our emotions, our highs, and our lows. We wear our experiences on our faces, and that takes a natural toll on our skin. At Prestige Oral Surgery we hope to not just improve your smile, but ensure that you have glowing, youthful skin to match your perfect teeth. …

Let Us Know Pericoronitis And Its Causes

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For many people, getting their wisdom teeth removed is a pretty painless, simple process. But, there are a few cases when wisdom teeth removal is performed not as a preventative measure, but because of a severe, unpleasant infection. A condition called pericoronitis can develop when the gum tissue around the wisdom teeth become infected and inflamed. Although treatable, the condition …

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 …

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 …

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 …

When Will You Remove Your Wisdom Teeth?

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When considering the removal of wisdom teeth, one cannot help but wonder when would be the best time to schedule the surgery. Not only the date for the surgery needs to be taken into consideration but also the recovery time. Firstly, a comprehensive dental examination should be performed to determine if a referral to an oral surgeon for further evaluation …

Symptoms Of Having Impacted Wisdom Teeth

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An impacted tooth is a tooth that has not fully emerged from your gums or jaw. In some cases, a tooth may grow at the wrong angle. This can cause the alignment of surrounding teeth and cause other complications. Early detection gives you more options for addressing the issue, reduces discomfort, and averts other issues related to impaction. Visit Your …