The seasons have changed and everyone is pretty much back into a steady routine. High school and college students are back to school and well into their academic year. Their schedules are more organized but a lot busier with extracurricular activities before, during and after classes. We know the hassle it can be trying to… Read more »
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Signs and Symptoms of Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth are usually the last set of your teeth to erupt into your mouth. Sometimes they don’t all come in at the same time, and sometimes it takes months for them to fully make an appearance. There is even a small percentage of people whose wisdom teeth never form, so they don’t ever have… Read more »
Should I See an Oral Surgeon?
When you go to your family physician, they’re there to help you take care of most of your basic health needs, prescribe medications, and guide you toward specific care services or surgeries that arise. But as a general care provider, they don’t specialize in cardiovascular needs, endocrinology disorders, or even perform major reconstructive surgeries there… Read more »
Wisdom Teeth FAQ
Wisdom teeth (third molars) are some of the most common teeth to have extracted. But removal isn’t always necessarily a rite of passage into adulthood. Here are some of the most common questions people ask our DFW wisdom tooth expert: When do Wisdom Teeth “Grow In”? Wisdom teeth begin developing very early on during… Read more »
Do I Need a Referral to See an Oral Surgeon?
If you’re thinking about getting an opinion on a specialized procedure — such as dental implants or wisdom tooth removal — you may be wondering which type of dental provider you need to see. Perhaps you already have a general dentist or maybe you haven’t been to a dental office in years. But you do… Read more »
What to Expect During an Oral Surgery Consultation
Planning to visit an oral surgeon for the first time? Your initial visit will be an oral surgery consultation to discuss your needs, concerns, and our Midlothian specialist’s recommendations. Will I Need X-rays or a CT Scan? Oral surgery involves careful articulation of procedures performed just adjacent to a complex network of… Read more »