Foods you Should Avoid to Lead a Path to Positive Oral Health
Having good oral health is crucial. If you can keep up with a daily routine and ensure your diet is healthy, you will feel much better about your teeth. Rockwall Oral Surgery is here to help you find food to
When and How Often to Brush your Teeth
You can make it fun to brush your teeth twice a day! This is important because when you brush your teeth, you remove food and plaque, the sticky white film that sits on your teeth containing bacteria. After you eat,
Keeping Your Diet and Oral Health Happy
There are several things to consider when it comes to taking care of your diet and oral health, such as tooth decay, avoiding erosion, what not to eat and drink, and more. At Rockwall Oral Surgery, we want you to
The Importance of Sedation and Dental Surgery
We recommend one of our sedations for most of our surgical procedures to help relax and keep patients calm during their procedure. At Rockwall Oral Surgery, we take their oral health seriously and want to ensure they have everything they
Teeth In a Day Procedure Details for Patients with Dentures
Our Teeth In a Day procedure, also known as One Day Smile, can change a patient's life in just one appointment! The Teeth In A Day procedure is attractive to patients who have dentures or need an entire upper or
Types of Sleep Apnea You May Experience
Do you have trouble sleeping and you are not sure why? Are you always hearing people tell you about how badly you snore and keep them up at night? Maybe it is time to look into sleep apnea treatments and
How Your Tongue Affects Your Oral Health
Everyone should have an oral health routine they keep up with daily to ensure their mouth is kept clean and free of bacteria. We brush our teeth, floss and rinse with mouthwash to feel fresh and clean at least twice
Is Tooth Extraction Right for You?
It is always our priority to try and save your damaged or decayed tooth. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Here at Rockwall Oral Surgery, tooth extraction is our move when the tooth cannot be saved. We know this
Do You Understand Dental Implants Surgery?
Your teeth are supposed to last a lifetime, but unfortunately, that is not the case in some cases. If you have lost a tooth, you might be wondering, what can I do now? Patients had to choose between a bridge
What is Oral Pathology?
Have you noticed something abnormal in your mouth and suspect symptoms of oral cancer? Your mouth is made up of delicate tissues. And when these tissues are healthy, they are a soft, smooth, pink color. If you notice changes, you