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What You Should Know About Recovering From Wisdom Tooth Surgery

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When you have surgery, you need to know what to expect. Having your wisdom teeth removed is a surgical procedure. Though not difficult or uncommon, it is still important for you to know what will happen after you get home. Here are some of the side effects you can expect to have after you have wisdom teeth removal surgery. Minimal Discomfort After wisdom tooth surgery, you can expect to have some degree of discomfort.…

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3 Things You Can Do To Help Promote A Positive Dental Experience For Your Child

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Unfortunately, childhood fears of the dentist are really quite common. The good news is, you can help your child to avoid these fears and develop a positive dental experience. Read on to learn more about three of the steps you can take to help ensure your child feels good about getting the dental care they need. 1. Allow Your Child To Observe You Going To The Dentist For better or worse, children will often mimic what they see their parents do.…

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Why Some Patients Need Minor Surgery Before Receiving Dentures

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The replacement of missing teeth can be divided into two categories—surgical and non-surgical. Surgical options include a single dental implant, or implants used to support a dental bridge (implant-supported dentures). Non-surgical options include a dental bridge (attached to existing natural teeth reinforced with dental crowns), and traditional dentures. Dentures are the best non-surgical option when you’re missing many (or all) of your teeth, requiring partial or full dentures. So why have you been told that you’ll need oral surgery before you can receive dentures?…

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