Preparing For Oral Surgery – Answering Common FAQs

We know that oral surgery may seem intimidating. Some patients have a lot of questions about what to expect, and we believe that the more informed you are, the more comfortable you will feel with your treatment. If you have an upcoming oral surgery, our experts want to help you prepare by answering some frequently asked questions:‍

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants

Dental implants are quickly becoming the gold standard when it comes to replacing missing teeth, and many patients have similar questions about how they work, what makes them so beneficial, and what to expect from the treatment process. Here are a few common questions we hear from patients considering dental implant surgery:

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Preparing For Dental Implants: What Should I Expect?

If you are missing teeth and think that you may need a dental implant in Bowling Green, the team at Allen Oral Surgery & Implant Center is here to help with honest advice to let you know what to expect before your surgery.

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The Impact of Dental Implants on Your Jawbone

What Is Bone Resorption, And What Causes It? ‍Bone resorption is a common issue that occurs after tooth loss. When the root of the tooth is removed, the gum and the jaw tissue no longer receive stimulation from the pressure of chewing, biting, smiling, and other daily activities.

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Are Dental Implants Right For Me?

Dental implants from Dr. Allen at Allen Oral Surgery & Implant Center are a great way to restore your smile. Whether you’re missing a single tooth, several teeth, or an entire arch of upper or lower teeth, we have implant options that can help.

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When Should I Get My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Wisdom teeth typically grow in during a patient’s late teens or early twenties. The wisdom teeth are your third molars, and they erupt much later than the rest of your teeth. In some cases, they can grow in without any issues if you have enough room in your mouth. In this case, removal is not necessary and it is safe to keep your wisdom teeth without any complications.

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