Zygoma Implants “Leave no patients behind” – Alternative to Bone Grafting

Posted on November 15, 2019Tags: , ,

Our smiles are very valuable to us, that when decay and tooth loss occurs it can be such a blow to our confidence and makes us self-conscious of our smile. If you have been told that you require extensive bone grafting or you are not suitable for dental implants due to lack of bone in ...

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What To Do Before Your Oral Surgery

Posted on July 13, 2019Tags: , ,

With good preparation, the experience of having oral surgery can go very smoothly. Understanding what to expect ahead of time and being organised will go a long way in helping you to feel at ease about your procedure.

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The Ultimate Wisdom Teeth Guide

Posted on June 13, 2019Tags: ,

  One of the most common teeth to cause dental issues, and known to induce nervousness and anxiety in a lot of adults – the wisdom tooth. It’s the last of your 32 teeth to develop in your mouth, and with its late arrival comes many complications. We’ve taken the time to put together a ...

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How to Decide Between Sedation, Local or General Anaesthesia

  For many people, even the thought of having their wisdom teeth removed can induce stress and anxiety – especially for those who have never been through the procedure before. The number one question most people ask before surgery, is “will it hurt”? As with most dental surgeries, there will be some discomfort throughout the ...

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Topic: Surgery

Four Tips for Relieving Anxiety During Oral Surgery

Posted on May 2, 2019Tags: , ,

  An upcoming oral surgery appointment can be a very real source of severe anxiety for some patience, ranging from pre-surgery jitters to anxiety, to a full-blown phobia. Despite the advances in oral surgery treatments to ensure a smooth process and a little pain as possible for patients, anxiety still persists.

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Oral Surgery Aftercare: How to Plan Ahead and What to Expect

Posted on January 6, 2019Tags: ,

The good news is, the most difficult part is over! You’ve booked in your surgery, turned up on the day, are on the other side of the anesthetic and surgery, and you’re ready to be picked up and taken home. Here’s the part where a lot of people go wrong – oral surgery doesn’t end once you ...

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