board certified oral surgeon

Why Choose A Board-Certified Oral Surgeon?

If you need oral surgery in the greater Atlanta area, you may be wondering if you should choose a specialized, board-certified oral surgeon, also known as an “oral and maxillofacial surgeon,” or OMS for short. Does it really matter? And what’s the difference between a dentist and an oral surgeon, anyway? In this blog from

Dental sedation

5 Myths About Sedation Dentistry

Sedation is sometimes necessary to help people get through certain dental procedures, such as those extensive ones that might require you to stay still for multiple hours in the chair. But, it can also be recommended for people dealing with severe dental anxiety, children, people with motor disorders, and more. However, many patients become concerned

All on four vs dentures

All-On-4 Vs Dentures: What’s the Difference?

You’ve likely heard of dentures and possibly dental implants, but do you know what All-On-4 dental implants are? This guide will help you discern the pros and cons of each tooth replacement and which option might be more suitable for you. Read on to find out more about how dentures stack up compared to All-On-4.

Dental implant in jaw bone

How Dental Implants Support Jaw Bone Health

Losing one or more teeth can have lots of far-reaching consequences, including jawbone loss. That’s right; tooth loss can cause bone deterioration in your jaw. But how?   You see, the teeth play a critical role in maintaining the jawbone’s structure and general health. The force of mastication also signals the osteocytes to maximize jawbone mass

Dry socket after tooth removal

Avoiding Dry Socket After Wisdom Teeth Removal

When you get your wisdom teeth extracted, it is important to properly care for the extraction site to avoid the dreaded “dry socket.” After a tooth is extracted, your body forms a blood clot over the site to protect the exposed bone and nerve endings. Dry socket is a painful condition that occurs when the