Archive for July, 2016
Oral cancer screenings are performed regularly at dental exams, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be paying attention to your dental hygiene between appointments. Taking matters into your own hands is the best way to maintain your oral health. Not sure how to screen for oral cancer? We’ll show you!
Oral surgery includes a wide range of both minor and major surgical operations, from bone grafting and wisdom teeth to implants and more. Patients looking at undergoing oral surgery are often faced with a restricted diet in the beginning of their recovery process. Post-surgery patients are often discouraged from chewing for the first few days […]