Posts Tagged ‘ Oral health ’

Are Dental Implants for Life?

FAQ’s on signs of a problematic implant and how to avoid any possible issues The development of dental implants was a life-changing occurrence for patients who were seeking for a permanent solution that would replace a fallen tooth with the most natural result possible. As we’ve stated before in our blog, thanks to advances in […]

Smile, smile & keep smiling

  There are few things that can help brighten someone’s day more than a warm, genuine smile.  Smiles haven’t always been en vogue, however!  In the U.S., studies reviewing photographs show that social smiles were not as commonplace until after the start of the 1900’s, and even then, smiling was thought to be a silly […]

Newsletter | Summer 2013

We are happy to share with you our first issue of the Seaforth Oral Surgery Newsletter on the topic of the management of complex third molar removal.  Look forward for more cutting-edge topic discussions in the future from your surgical colleagues & partners at Seaforth Oral Surgery.  see the animation linked to tag code: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Enror272u_o Author:  © Seaforth Oral Surgery

Dental Implants | Success Rate

Dental implant treatment is an option to replace one or multiple missing teeth. They are long-term replacements that your oral and maxillofacial surgeon surgically places in the jawbone. Whether your tooth or teeth loss is due to an accident, gum disease, a failed root canal or tooth decay, this treatment option may be well suited for you. Although poor oral care […]

Ice Cream & personality

“Ice cream is happiness condensed”  After your surgical treatment, whether it is dental implants, wisdom teeth removal (third molar surgery) or corrective jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery), your oral and maxillofacial surgeon has or will recommend that you have a light diet, a diet of soft foods such as yogurt, soup, Jell-O and ice cream. You will […]

Corrective Jaw Surgery (Orthognathic Surgery)

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/70491548] We believe that one can look forward to corrective jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery) when well informed, well prepared and well assisted. In fact, one of our priorities is to ensure that all of our patients are well accompanied to make informed decisions and that their experience is as comforting and as enjoyable as […]