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When worried about your oral surgery, take a deep breath and try to relax. There is nothing to worry about, as long as the patient follows pre- and post-procedure instructions.

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Most people never have a problem with their implants. In fact, when these permanent replacement teeth are placed by an experienced oral surgeon, the success rate is almost 98 percent.
#oralhealth #oralsurgery #dentalimplant

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As with any surgery, complications can occur after wisdom tooth extraction. In many cases, however, you can take steps to minimize your risk of complications.

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Should a patient see an oral surgeon or a doctor of dental surgery (DDS)? Many patients aren’t aware of the differences between these designations.

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Dental implants can improve a patient's oral health by helping prevent excessive wear and tear on natural teeth.

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Getting dental implants is a safe and effective way to replace missing teeth. Many patients prefer implant surgery to other treatment options.

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Impacted wisdom teeth don’t always cause pain and swollen gums; some patients never experience any symptoms. But even for asymptomatic patients, oral surgeons advise removing impacted teeth.

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Oral surgeons have several tools to help patients who suffer from Sleep Apnea (OSA,) and to provide them the best chance for reducing or eliminating symptoms.

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Pain from a wisdom tooth can be debilitating — enough to send most people running to their oral surgeon.

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Any oral surgery has the potential to trigger swelling; the amount varies from person to person.
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