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Surgical Solutions: Dr. David T. Turbyfill, DMD
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For a consultation on Orthognathic surgery, or to schedule an appointment contact Surgical Solutions today.
www.ocsurgicalsolutions.com | (386) 837-1236

Orthognathic surgery is carried out to improve the alignment of the jaws in order to improve both function and appearance of mouth, airway, and face. Most surgical treatment is planned with an Orthodontic team for treatment both before and after jaw surgery. www.ocsurgicalsolutions.com

Facial or dental defects can affect individual both functionally and aesthetically. Special titanium implants can be inserted into jaws or facial bone for teeth replacement or act as stable support for facial prostheses (for instance, ear, eye, nose, etc.). This treatment will be planned with Specialist Maxillofacial technicians.

Proudly serving DeLand residents & all of Central Florida.
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Dr. Turbyfill and The team at Surgical Solutions will take care of all your dental concerns. Make your appointment today!
www.ocsurgicalsolutions.com | (386) 837-1236

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons are doubly qualified in Medicine and Dentistry with specialist training and experience. This gives an unparalleled understanding of the surgical anatomy and pathology of conditions affecting the face, mouth, jaws and the rest of face and skull. drdavidtyturbyfill.com

Your face is your stage to the world and many conditions affecting your face, mouth, jaws and other parts that are not so visible, have a direct influence on the function and appearance of your face. drdavidturbyfill.com

Proudly serving DeLand residents & all of Central Florida.
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Surgical Solutions will treat infection caused by tooth decay.
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An abscessed tooth is an infection caused by tooth decay, periodontal disease or a cracked tooth. These problems allow bacteria to enter the pulp (the soft tissue of a tooth). When pus builds up at the root tip of the jaw bone, it forms a pus-pocket called an abscess. If the abscess is not treated, it can lead to a serious infection in the jaw bone, teeth, and surrounding tissues. Symptoms of an abscess include pain, swelling, redness of the gums, bad taste in the mouth, and fever.

There are various treatments, depending on the severity of the infection:

Antibiotics, to destroy the bacteria causing the infection
Drainage of the infection
Cleaning the space between the tooth and the gum if the cause is from gum disease
Root canal treatment if the abscess is caused by decay or a cracked tooth
Following good oral hygiene practices and routine dental exams will significantly reduce your risk of developing a tooth abscess. If your teeth experience trauma (become loosened or chipped), see your dentist as soon as possible.

Proudly serving DeLand residents & all of Central Florida.
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There are pretty common reasons why a white spot might appear in your mouth.
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If you ever have been brushing your teeth and noticed a small spot, you're not alone. Almost everyone can recall finding a white spot/bump in their mouth at some time. Some of the more common reasons why a white spot might appear are: drdavidtyturbyfill.com

-Biting your cheek or tongue
-Eating a piece of food that aggravates an area
-A tooth that rubs against an area
-Poorly fitted dentures
-Tobacco use

Although you may find one of these white spots on occasion, it doesn't necessarily mean you have oral cancer. It is likely considered leukoplakia… a condition caused by excess cell growth and should clear on its own within two weeks. However, although this condition is not considered cancer, it can progress to cancer. It is extremely important that you see a doctor or dentist if any of these conditions last more than two weeks. Having these symptoms looked at earlier will give you the best chance of receiving the proper treatment (if any is needed). drdavidturbyfill.com

A more concerning spot would be one that is red in color. These areas are known as erythroplakia and are often more likely to be cancer or develop into cancer at a faster rate than leukoplakia. Again, it is extremely important that you see a doctor or dentist if any of these conditions last more than two weeks. davidturbyfilloralsurgeon.com

Proud to serve DeLand & Central Florida
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