Your Oral Surgeon Explains: Things You Just Didn’t Know!

It’s very easy to get a bit down on yourself when you end up requiring oral surgery. You may wonder how your jaw became damaged and why you didn’t know how to protect it. You may wonder how your teeth became damaged and why you didn’t know how to stop tooth loss before it happened. At our practice, of course, your oral surgeon suggests looking on the bright side of things. Focus on the fact that we can help you with all of these concerns! Of course, for the time being, consider some reminders: There are simply some things you likely didn’t know until now!

About Jaw Deterioration

It’s very possible that when you lost your teeth, you had no idea that this could damage your jaw tissue. Unless a dental professional specifically explained bone tissue resorption to you, then you may well have figured you had all the time in the world to replace your missing teeth once you got around to it. Not to worry, says your oral surgeon. We offer bone grafting, sinus lifts, and ridge preservation. Whatever you need for a healthy jaw ready for implants, we can provide it.

Your Smile Health

It’s very possible that you received less than stellar dental care as a child or throughout your life up until this point. You may have ended up with care that compromised the future of your smile, rather than protecting it. Maybe you ended up with more fillings than you required. Perhaps you were never instructed to floss growing up, which led to periodontal disease, even though you thought your brushing was enough. What’s important is that you know now how to care for your smile, we may replace your missing teeth, and your smile will soon be beautiful and healthy, explains your oral surgeon.

Take Tips From Your Oral Surgeon

Let your oral surgeon remind you that you are here to receive the care your smile needs! Focus on the positive and get the answers you’re curious about by seeing us for a visit. Schedule the time you need in Santa Rosa, CA by calling Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park Oral Surgery at 707-545-4625 to schedule your visit today.