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Don’t Let COVID-19 Stop You from Having Wisdom Teeth Removed

April 23, 2020

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X-ray image of wisdom tooth pushing molar out of place

Even with medical practices remaining open to emergency patients, you’re probably going to feel more reluctant than usual about calling your oral surgeon in Cambridge for an appointment. However, there are some procedures that you just can’t afford to put off – wisdom teeth extraction being a key example. If you or a young adult in your family is experiencing the pain of an impacted wisdom tooth, you need to schedule a visit regardless of COVID-19. Read on to learn why this procedure is so important and how your oral surgeon can still safely perform it even in the midst of a pandemic.


Why COVID-19 Could Be Dangerous for Your Teeth

March 24, 2020

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Young woman with scarf coughing on the street

Many of the symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to an ordinary flu; this includes fever, tiredness, and a dry cough. As troublesome as these issues can be on their own, you need to be aware of the hidden impact they could be having on specific parts of your body. In particular, the frequent coughing associated with COVID-19 and similar illnesses has been linked to a variety of oral health issues. Read on to learn about the damage your sickness could be doing to your smile – as well as ways you can control it.


Getting Your Wisdom Teeth Removed? How to Prevent Dry Socket

February 23, 2020

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Young woman smiling after learning how to prevent dry socket

Each year, 10 million wisdom teeth are extracted from 5 million people in the United States, according to research from the National Institutes of Health. Are you set to be one of these 5 million in 2020? If so, you should know that the days following wisdom teeth extractions are a critical period for the healing process. If you do not take certain precautions, you may end up with an uncomfortable case of dry socket. Want to know how to prevent dry socket? Follow the 5 tips below after oral surgery to prevent painful complications.  


What’s Causing Tooth Sensitivity with My Dental Implant?

January 31, 2020

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tooth sensitivityWhen drinking your morning cup of coffee or biting into an ice cream cone, do you feel a twinge of pain? Although you might expect it to occur with a problematic tooth, you never thought you would experience sensitivity with your dental implant. How is it possible since it isn’t a real tooth? Believe it or not, it can happen. While it may not seem alarming at first, it can be a sign of a large problem that could lead to implant failure. Your dentist will find the cause of your dental implant tooth sensitivity in Cambridge to stop your pain and save your smile.


5 Causes of Dental Implant Pain

December 23, 2019

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woman with dental painNothing is more devastating than losing your teeth, but thankfully you can enjoy a close replica to what nature gave you with dental implants. You’ll make a long-term investment in your smile using a solution that’s proven to last for decades. After you’ve healed from the procedure, your new smile will closely look and feel natural. You shouldn’t experience any discomfort. Although it is rare, it can occur, but what can cause dental implant pain in Marietta? Here are 5 potential reasons for your discomfort.


5 Easy Tips to Prevent Dental Implant Infections

December 1, 2019

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oral hygiene productsDental implants are the most reliable tooth replacement treatment because they can last for decades. In fact, they have over a 95% success rate. Their long-term viability relies on a titanium implant fusing to your jawbone. Through a process called osseointegration, the post will integrate with your bone, allowing it to last for a lifetime with the right aftercare. Although it is rare, dental implants can fail. Most often, it’s the result on an infection. Preventing dental implant infections in Cambridge is easy using 5 simple tips.


Why Bone Grafting Could Be an Important Step for Getting Dental Implants

November 19, 2019

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Dental Implant Model

What are the odds you’ll need additional surgery before you can have dental implants placed? One study in Maxillofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery found that more than half of patients need bone grafts before implants are installed. Is this procedure necessary in your case, or will you be able to enjoy dental implants right away? Read on to learn why your oral surgeon might recommend bone grafting as a necessary first step.


How to Take Full Advantage of Your Dental Benefits

October 24, 2019

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Dental Insurance

If you still have dental benefits left – and since only 2.8% of people with dental insurance meet or exceed their annual maximum, chances are you do – you are running out of time to use them before they reset at the end of 2019. Once the new year arrives, you lose any remaining benefits, and with them potentially hundreds of dollars in savings. Learn why it’s important to take advantage of your dental insurance and how you can put it to good use.


Is Strong Bone Needed to Receive Dental Implants?

October 18, 2019

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A dentist speaking with an older patient.

Tooth loss affects millions of people every year, especially older Americans. In fact, 36 million people are estimated to be missing all of their teeth. While many of these people may learn about dental implants and consider them for long-term tooth replacement, they may feel apprehensive to begin treatment once they learn that dental implants require sufficient bone density before they can be placed successfully. For this reason, bone density and dental implant success may be connected, but not in the way most people think. To learn how dental implants affect the overall volume of bone tissue and how to be eligible for treatment, keep reading!


Find Out What You Should Do if You Feel Your Dental Implants Are Loose

September 8, 2019

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a woman holding a tooth mold with a dental implant and pointing to her mouth

The chances of your dental implants become loose are extremely rare. By surgically placing them into the jawbone, it ensures greater stability and acts as a solid foundation for your custom restoration that will live on top of your implant. The point of the implant is to act as a regular tooth, so if it becomes loose, there is a reason why. Read on to learn how this can happen and what you should do if you find yourself in this type of situation.

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