Posts Tagged ‘Oral Surgery’
Guide To Wisdom Teeth Removal
What To Expect Following Wisdom Teeth Removal Wisdom teeth (third molars) generally erupt into the mouth between the ages of 16 and 25. These molars come in just behind our 2nd molars. Most people develop four wisdom teeth. At the same time, others may develop less or even sometimes more than 4. Wisdom teeth typically become an issue because of…Read More
What Is Dry Socket?
A dry socket (also referred to as alveolar osteitis) is a severe dental condition that can occur after removing a permanent adult tooth. Most patients understand there will be some level of discomfort following any oral surgery procedure. Many are prescribed pain medication before leaving their dental office. Generally, most patients do not even need…Read More
Dentistry And Blood Thinners = Dangerous Mix?
What Is A Dry Socket?
Dry socket (also called medically as alveolar osteitis) is a very painful dental condition that can sometimes happen following removal of a permanent adult tooth. Dry socket occurs when the blood clot at the area of tooth removal fails to develop, or it dislodges or dissolves before the wound has fully healed. Having a tooth removed by your…Read More
Antibiotics And Dental Infections
Dental Infections (also referred to as an abscess) generally develops as a result of untreated tooth decay and poor oral hygiene. However, a dental infection can also develop from other reasons previous dental work or traumatic injury. When a dental infection begins to develop, a pocket of pus forms in the mouth as a result of an overwhelming…Read More
Can Impacted Wisdom Teeth Affect Your Dental Health?
Any type of oral surgery can be an extremely nervous time for a patient. In the case of an impacted wisdom teeth it is very necessary. This is because impacted wisdom teeth left untreated can cause all sorts of issues affecting your dental health. Below you will find the top five (5) reasons to have…Read More
Alternatives To Tooth Extraction
If you have a damaged (from tooth decay or even periodontal disease) or traumatized tooth, extraction is not the only option as there is a chance that you can save your natural tooth. Whenever possible, it is always better to save your teeth rather than lose them, as missing teeth have negative effects on…Read More
What To Expect After Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth or third molars generally erupt into the mouth between the ages of 17 and 25. These molars come in behind our 2nd molars which came in at about 12 years old. Most people develop 4 wisdom teeth, while others may develop less or even sometimes more than 4. Wisdom teeth commonly become an…Read More
Marielaina Perrone DDS Cosmetic Dentist Video
Marielaina Perrone DDS Cosmetic Dentist [embedplusvideo height=”640″ width=”940″ editlink=”//bit.ly/1cu0eoB” standard=”//www.youtube.com/v/cwpo8qNkw34?fs=1&hd=1″ vars=”ytid=cwpo8qNkw34&width=940&height=640&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=1&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=¬es=” id=”ep2678″ /] Marielaina Perrone DDS Cosmetic, Family, and Implant DentistRead More
Dental First Aid Kit: Be Prepared!
A dental emergency can arise at any time and place. These emergencies can be a loose crown, fractured tooth, or even a toothache. Many homes and even cars have emergency first aid kits in case of a medical emergency. Most do not even think twice about dental emergencies until they happen. Are you prepared for…Read More