Facial trauma and fractures can be a traumatic experience, especially since these injuries are typically associated with serious accidents. Fortunately, we offer advanced custom treatments that can help restore your facial structure and function.
Temporomandibular joint disorder is an all-too-common cause of chronic jaw pain, facial pain, and headaches. Medical treatments can help, and so can these simple DIY tips focused on relieving strain and reducing inflammation.
Arch restoration uses advanced techniques and technology to restore an entire row of teeth, either upper or lower, for better function and aesthetics. Here's how to tell if arch restoration is right for you.
Cleft lip and other cleft issues can certainly cause cosmetic concerns for your child, but they’re also associated with speech problems as and difficulty eating. Fortunately, surgery can help. As a parent, here’s what you need to know.
Treating oral health problems in their earliest stages is essential for preventing more serious problems, and that means knowing what signs to look for. In this post, learn six signs that could mean you have an issue that needs prompt treatment.
Dental anesthesia plays a critical role in helping patients stay comfortable through all sorts of procedures, yet its use is steeped in misconceptions. In this post, we dispel some of those myths, so you feel confident in your care.
Having a tooth pulled can make anyone nervous. Fortunately, tooth extractions today are a lot simpler and more straightforward than you may think. Being prepared ahead of time can help you feel more relaxed. In this post, we offer some helpful tips.
Wisdom teeth aren’t the only teeth that get impacted — impaction affects canine teeth too. Here’s how state-of-the-art Piezosurgery® helps reposition canine teeth to avoid pain, maintain your bite balance, and restore your smile.
Mouth ulcers are painful, and while they usually don’t happen very often, some people have them regularly. Getting to the root cause of chronic ulcers is the first step in effective treatment. Here’s how we can help.
Dental implants offer plenty of benefits, but if your upper jawbone is thin, it might not be strong enough to support the implant posts. Sinus lift surgery helps by augmenting that bone. Here’s what you can expect during your recovery.
Jaw pain can make it hard to chew, bite — even hold a conversation. If your jaw hurts regularly, it could be a sign of a serious problem. Here’s what could be causing your jaw pain and why it’s important to treat it.
Dry socket is a complication that can happen after wisdom tooth extraction, and while uncommon, when it does happen, it can cause a lot of discomfort and increase your risk of infection. Here’s what you can do to prevent it.
Typically occurring as a result of significant facial trauma, a jaw fracture can — obviously — be upsetting and unsettling. Keeping these five facts in mind can help you focus on your recovery and maintain a positive outlook.
Anesthesia helps patients stay relaxed and comfortable during more complex dental procedures — in fact, you’ll sleep through most of your visit. Still, if you’ve never had anesthesia, you might be a little nervous. Here’s what you need to know.
Cleft defects affect your child physically, cosmetically, and developmentally. Today’s cleft surgery techniques address all these issues, using a customs approach tailored to each child’s unique needs. Here’s what to expect.
Oral health diseases affect millions of people every year. Early diagnosis and treatment is critical — and oral pathology plays an important role in both. Here’s what you should know about the most common diseases and their symptoms and treatment.
Impacted teeth happen more frequently than you might think, and without treatment, they can cause some pretty serious oral health issues. Here’s why teeth get impacted — and what we can do to fix them.
Facial trauma affects millions of people every year, causing pain, functional problems, and changes in aesthetics. Seeking expert care immediately after an injury is the key to recovery. Here’s how we can help.
Waiting to have a tooth pulled can be a nerve-racking experience, but sometimes an extraction is the best way to preserve your oral health. The good news: There are some things you can do right now to help you relax and stay calm and comfortable.
Jaw fractures can cause a lot of pain and affect your health in other ways too. Prompt treatment is critical for maintaining jaw function. Here’s what you can expect during your treatment and recovery.
Cleft palate and cleft lip are among the most common birth defects in the United States, yet they’re surrounded by myths and misinformation. This post dispels some of those myths to help reduce stigma and encourage early treatment.
If you need oral surgery, it’s not unusual to be a little anxious. Dental anesthesia can help you stay relaxed and comfortable throughout your procedure. Here’s when anesthesia is recommended for your comfort.
Yay, it’s time to have a tooth pulled — said almost no one ever. Although you might not look forward to a tooth extraction, sometimes it’s the best solution for preventing serious problems. The good news: Extractions are simpler than you think.
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder is a relatively common cause of jaw pain, headaches, and other uncomfortable symptoms. Dr. Kang offers multiple treatments for TMJ discomfort, helping each patient find long-lasting relief. Here’s how he can help you.
Jaw grafting plays an important role in jaw restoration and implant surgery for many women and men. Here’s how grafts work and the most common types used to strengthen and preserve damaged or compromised jaws.
Full-arch restorations are a more comfortable, more secure, more natural-feeling alternative to traditional full dentures. If you’re missing all (or nearly all) your upper or lower teeth, here’s how to tell if a full-arch restoration could help you.
Obstructive sleep apnea raises your risks for many serious medical problems, including heart disease and diabetes. If you suffer from sleep apnea, we have treatment options that can help you get a good night’s rest — and improve your health too.
Impacted canine teeth are pretty common, and unlike an impacted wisdom tooth, extraction typically needs to be avoided. Here’s how our office uses exposure and ligation to coax canines into their rightful positions.
Cleft palates and cleft lips cause a lot of concern among parents, but actually these issues can be repaired while your child is still very young. Here’s how our team uses advanced techniques to repair clefts for better function and aesthetics.
Dental implants are a popular alternative to dentures and bridges, helping men and women feel more confident after tooth loss. Whether you’re missing one tooth or several, implants could be a great option for you. Read on to learn more.
Is a tooth extraction in your future? Knowing what to expect afterward — and how to prepare for your recovery — is a good way to feel better fast once your procedure is over. Here are some simple ideas to make your recovery as comfortable as possible.
Losing even a single tooth can have a big impact on the way you eat, the way you look, and the way you feel about yourself. Dental implants can restore your smile and your self-confidence — and improve your oral health too. Here’s how.
Wisdom tooth extractions are fairly common, but that doesn’t mean you don’t need to prepare for your procedure. By taking a few simple steps before the big day, you can pretty much guarantee a more relaxing recovery. Here’s how you can prepare.
Though any type of surgery may have you feeling a bit nervous, jaw surgery may be especially anxiety-provoking since it affects your ability to eat. But making a few changes to your diet and lifestyle may help speed up your recovery.
Soft tissue grafting offers multiple benefits for your oral health, treating current problems and helping prevent new problems from occurring later on. In this post, learn some of the most important benefits of soft grafting treatments.