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Common Causes of Bony Growths In Your Mouth

Bony growths in your mouth are also called tori or exostosis. They are benign growths that can form growths in the roof of your mouth or along the gums, either outside of the jaw along the lips or cheeks or inside of the lower jaw. Typically, these growths are nothing to worry about and do […]

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How Sleep Impacts Oral Surgery Recovery

Oral surgery, no matter if it is surgery for periodontal disease, tooth extractions, or dental implant placement, can leave you feeling uncomfortable for a few days. Getting plenty of rest and sleep is crucial for healing properly following surgery. However, the way in which you sleep can have a significant impact on just how well […]

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What Is The Difference Between Oral Surgery And Maxillofacial Surgery?

Both oral and maxillofacial surgeries involve procedures that ensure oral health. Oral surgery treats mouth conditions such as teeth, jaws and gum issues. This procedure is performed in a clinic setting or oral and maxillofacial unit. On the other hand, maxillofacial surgery is a surgical procedure that involves the diagnosis and treatment of conditions in […]

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How To Get Your Back Teeth Get Really Clean

Cavities are not a rare phenomenon. In fact, 90% of all American adults have at least one cavity. When it comes to cavities, there are some teeth that are easier to keep clean than others. The biggest offender of the tooth family in terms of cavities are molars, followed by premolars. If you are worried […]

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How Bruxism Impacts Dentures

Bruxism is a condition in which you grind and clench your teeth. When you have this condition, your jaw muscles put excessive pressure on your teeth, causing jaw pain, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain, and damage to your teeth. Bruxism can also affect you, even if you have lost your teeth and are now wearing dentures. […]

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Can You Suck on Ice After Oral Surgery?

It is a common practice after surgery for people to turn to ice to keep their mouth and body hydrated. When you are talking about oral surgery, this is not always the best idea. To get the liquid out of ice requires sucking on the ice. This could cause problems for a surgery that many […]

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