You’ve been hit in the face with a baseball. You got into a car accident. You had a fall that lead to injury. Dental trauma can happen to anyone at any time, and it is never something anyone wants to
When you’re in surgery all of the work lies in the very capable hands of your oral surgeon. You put all of your trust in an expert to remedy whatever ailment you’re faced with and relinquish all agency in the
Originally named for the happy, giggly feeling it inspired, nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is most commonly used to provide minimal sedation to dental patients. With its discovery came public exhibitions of its effects, where onlookers could breathe
Contact sports like football and hockey are synonymous with broken teeth. Sometimes a mouthguard just isn’t enough to save them. The rough and tumble nature of the game can lead to all sorts of injuries, dental ones included.
If you already wear dentures, are missing teeth or are even missing just one, it's possible your jaw has experienced some deterioration. Bone grafts work by taking donated bone, attaching it to the bone that is already there, laying the
Needing dental implants can seriously affect your self-esteem. Missing teeth can drive you to blow off job interviews, dates, appointments you name it. But the effects of missing teeth extend farther than just the physical appearance of your smile.