Self Oral Cancer Screening Advice
Rockwall Oral Surgery is here to share some tips on performing a self-evaluation on yourself to ensure you do not have oral cancer. We want you to learn its causes, what it can look like, and more. It is essential
Sleep Apnea vs. Bruxism?
It is sometimes painful if you find yourself grinding your teeth at night. Rockwall Oral Surgery might have some answers you have been looking for. Sleep apnea vs. bruxism is some research we share with patients who believe grinding their
How Do You Know A Full Mouth Reconstruction is the Right Answer?
An exact need for full mouth reconstruction procedures varies depending on your unique needs. Some of the most common are rebuilding your upper and lower jaws, fixing oral health issues, and restoring or replacing damaged or missing teeth. Your mouth's
Benefits To Why Dental Implants Are So Popular
Rockwall Oral Surgery would like to share some benefits of dental implants to inform patients about why they should consider them further. Dental implants are the next best thing to natural teeth because they look and feel real. They function
Do You Need Dental Bone Grafting Before Your Implants?
Some procedures need dental bone grafting before moving forward with implants. We are here to help answer questions about dental bone grafting because it is not as common as dental implants but is very important. Rockwall Oral Surgery will help
Wisdom Teeth Removal for Teens
Has the time come for your child to go through wisdom teeth removal? Rockwall Oral Surgery is here to walk them through the process and help them understand that there comes a time when most people have to undergo wisdom
Sedation for Dentistry Tips
Sedation for dentistry procedures is used to keep you comfortable. It is highly beneficial for patients with dental anxiety or undergoing a lengthy procedure. Our sedation options are Nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and intravenous sedation (IV). All our sedation options
Are You Experiencing Periodontal Disease Symptoms?
Periodontal (gum) disease is an infection of the gums and bone that hold your teeth in place. This typically occurs when plaque builds up on the teeth, making it hard to brush correctly. The gums can become swollen and red