Posts Tagged ‘ Seaforth Oral Surgery ’

Diabetes and Dental Implants: are they truly incompatible?

    You may have asked yourself if dental implants are right for someone who is diabetic. Are they safe? How is treatment any different than for non-diabetics? To provide a proper answer, it helps to explore diabetes and dental implants in a bit more detail. After all, there are different types of diabetes and […]

Visite virtuelle | Virtual tour

virtual tour Seaforth Oral Surgery Saviez-vous que vous pouvez maintenant faire une visite virtuelle de notre clinique? Faites le tour ici: https://goo.gl/maps/9BP1d N’hésitez pas à laisser vos commentaires sur notre page Facebook ou sur notre page Yelp: http://www.yelp.ca/biz/seaforth-oral-surgery-montréal Bonne visite! Did you know that you can now virtually visit our clinic? Take the tour here: https://goo.gl/maps/9BP1d Don’t hesitate […]

Case of the month: Wandering wisdom tooth

To the dental community and to anyone interested in participating: Question: Can you guess what happened to the wisdom tooth on the upper left side? À la communauté dentaire et à toutes les personnes souhaitant participer: Question: Pouvez-vous deviner ce qui s’est passé avec la troisième molaire gauche au niveau du maxillaire supérieur? The answer : […]

CIBC Run for the Cure

Notre équipe est fière d’avoir participé et d’avoir fait un don pour cette cause importante. En nous joingant à l’équipe “Les Rubans Roses de Lisa”, nous avons supporté Dr. Lisa Sapatis dans sa lutte contre le cancer du sein. En tout, nous étions 114 membres et grace à vous tous, nous avons recueilli près de 35 […]

Wisdom teeth removal; Is summer time the wise time?

Wisdom teeth removal; Is summer time the wise time? Summer time… Time for bathing suits, sunglasses, outdoor activities and more. Although it may not rhyme with summertime, did you know that it’s also the most popular time of the year for wisdom teeth removal? Another reason to savour delicious ice cream this summer! The timing for third […]

Case of the month: Dental implant & CBCT

A patient presented for removal of a broken tooth and immediate dental implant placement. A moment of concern was raised following results generated by the appearance of the 2 dimensional plain intra-oral X-ray image. Prior to examining reason of concern, here is a brief description of images: (from left to right) Image 1: X-ray of patient’s teeth. Arrow points to broken tooth in […]

Education session | Orthognathic surgery

On May 1st 2014, Dr. Chehade provided an in-service education session to nurses who work in the post anaesthesia care unit (PACU) at the McGill University Health Center (MUHC), Montreal General Hospital. The goal of this teaching session was to enhance the team’s understanding of the surgical techniques used in orthognathic surgery (corrective jaw surgery) […]

Oral cancer awareness month

April is National Oral Cancer Awareness Month!  Le mois d’avril c’est le mois national de la sensibilisation du cancer de la bouche! As oral and maxillofacial surgeons, we would like to help raise awareness and share some important facts about the 13th most common cancer in Canada: oral cancer. Did you know that there are 3400 new […]

Wisdom Teeth Personalities

What if impacted wisdom teeth had personalities? What if different types of impactions meant different types of “personalities”? We thought it would be informative and fun to share creative images portraying cases of impacted third molars (wisdom teeth). Impacted wisdom teeth are third molars at the back of the mouth that don’t have enough room to emerge or […]