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The Three Main Types Of Anesthesia And What They Feel Like

Anesthesia is a term that refers to the partial or complete loss of sensation. Sometimes consciousness is lost during anesthesia while other times it is not. While anesthesia can be the result of an illness, the term is often used to refer to something administered by injection or inhalation to allow a doctor to perform […]


Large Numbers Of Young People In Bengaluru Affected By Oral Cancer

When it comes to cancer, young people tend to believe that they are in the clear. But in Bengaluru, India (also known as Bangalore), oral cancer is affecting young people at alarmingly high rates. A survey conducted by Indus Health in Bengaluru shows that 25 to 30 percent of the young people in Bengaluru are […]

Using Acupressure or Accupuntcure to Allieveate Dental Pain

If you are experiencing dental pain, the first thing you should always do is to contact your oral surgeon or dentist. In the case that you are suffering from pain and can not see your dentist immediately, acupressure and acupuncture have both been proven to help with dental pain relief. A toothache is caused by nerve […]


Jaw Bone Fractures: Symptoms, Repair, and Recovery.

A broken or fractured jaw is a common facial injury. Estimates place it as the tenth most fractured bone in the human body. Jaw fractures are a consequence of direct and immense force applied to the jawbone. Because the jawbone is the chief bone in the face, and responsible for any chewing, talking, or other […]


The Pros and Cons of Different Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are very common and used in many kinds of procedures. The process of repairing a tooth or filling a cavity comes with a number of choices of filling materials, each of which has their own specific pros and cons. It is important to gain familiarity with all the types and their benefits/detriments in […]


Porcelain Veneers And Dental Crowns: What’s The Difference?

Teeth need to be taken care of or else they can get damaged. Luckily there are procedures to fix or cover up this damage. Two such procedures are dental crowns and porcelain veneers. While they are both made of porcelain, they are quite different. It is important to fully assess your own personal situation before […]

The Trouble With Tongue Ties

From trouble breastfeeding to stunted language development to receding gums, tongue ties and lip ties can cause a number of problems in children and adults, but sometimes are completely harmless. How can you tell the difference? If you feel in your own mouth, there are tissues that connect your upper and lower lip to your […]

Laser Procedure for Regenerating Bone And Tissue

Earlier in this blog I discussed How Technology Improves The Dentist Industry.  Technological and scientific advances are changing oral surgery all the time. From 3D imaging and computer-assisted dental implants for safer and more precise procedures, which can eliminate risk to nerves and adjacent teeth, increase diagnostic for accurate treatment, avoid penetration into maxillary sinus, […]

What Should I Eat After A Wisdom Tooth Surgery?

Wisdom tooth surgeries may seem annoying, but even more difficult than the surgery itself is figuring out what you can eat after. After the extraction, you should avoid eating foods that are spicy, crunchy or difficult to chew. These foods may increase pain and prevent healing. But that doesn’t mean you have to eat the […]

The Debate Over Third Molar Management

The removal of your wisdom teeth is a standard preventative practice performed regularly across the U.S. This procedure, regardless of its regular application, has been the subject of major debate for the last few decades. A recent statement issued by the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons recognizes this debate, while serving as a […]

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