Why You Might Need Full Mouth Reconstruction

Why You Might Need Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you suffer from multiple failing components in your mouth, you may be an ideal candidate for full mouth reconstruction. This refers to multiple restorative dentistry and surgical procedures that share a collective goal of restoring your overall oral health and...
Communicating with Your Oral Surgeon

Communicating with Your Oral Surgeon

If you’re slated to receive oral surgery in the coming months, you might have a lot of different questions rushing through your mind. But to gather the most helpful information possible, you’ll need to ask a few pointed ones the next time you see your oral...
Is Your Headache Caused by Orofacial Pain?

Is Your Headache Caused by Orofacial Pain?

Headaches have many causes, from the foods we eat to bright lights, stress, and noise. One common source of headache pain you might not be aware of; however, is orofacial conditions affecting the mouth, teeth, face, and neck. If you’ve tried a number of headache...
After an Oral Cancer Diagnosis

After an Oral Cancer Diagnosis

Oral cancer is a broad category that includes all cancers of the lips, tongue, gums, and other parts of your mouth. While some individuals have an elevated risk for oral cancer, seeing a dentist regularly for screenings is the best way to protect yourself and ensure...

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