COVID-19 Update

March 17, 2020 Our office will be taking calls and will be limiting our in office hours to service our emergent patients. Common-sense health precautions are always recommended. Remember to wash your hands, sanitize belongings and surfaces, and avoid touching your face. Please monitor your health for your own wellbeing and be respectful of its potential impacts on others. We encourage you to follow recommended protocols to protect your health and safety for you and your family....
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After Surgery: What To Feed A Delicate Mouth

August 26, 2019 For the first 24 hours after your surgery, your teeth/jaw will need some time off. Therefore, smoothies, low-fat jello/puddings, and warm (not hot!) soups will be the most beneficial for your healing process. Soft foods are your friends! ...
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Preserving Your Jaw After Extraction: Socket Preservation

August 24, 2019 If you come to see us for an extraction, you may hear us talking about “socket preservation” or ”ridge augmentation”, and you might be wondering, what is that? Socket preservation is a procedure we will sometimes recommend when you are having a tooth extracted. ...
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Serving Patients With Special Needs

We are committed to making care available for all patients who need it, regardless of special healthcare needs. Patients with special needs include the elderly, those with limited mobility, mentally disabled individuals, immuno-compromised people and those with mental illness....
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Three Superstar Teeth Corrections

When we see celebrities walking on the red carpet with their dazzling smiles, it’s hard to believe that their teeth were ever imperfect. Unfavorable teeth, however, were common for many of today’s hottest stars. ...
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Tips For Reducing Scarring After Facial Surgery

Facial lacerations can be a scary situation for anyone. That is why it’s best to visit experts, like us, who have experience in treating and repairing facial injuries and trauma. However, we know that your recovery doesn’t end the moment you leave our doors. ...
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FAQS Regarding General Anesthesia For Oral Surgery

Here in our office we perform a variety of treatments including dental implants, facial reconstruction and teeth removal. If you have recently been diagnosed with a condition that requires any of these types of treatment, you will likely be required to go under general anesthesia....
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