The most commonly asked question after having dental surgery is – what are my basic post-operative instructions?
After oral surgery, it is important that you follow the post-operative instructions to prevent unnecessary pain, elongated recovery, and painful complications.
After your appointment you may experience some of these symptoms:
Bleeding Swelling & Bruising
Why do people get their wisdom teeth removed?
Wisdom teeth. Do they need to be removed? – Michael B Kushner DDS
Discussing wisdom teeth removal and wisdom teeth extraction.
Dr. Kushner is a board-eligible fully trained Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon practicing for over 25 years, receiving his specialty training at St. Luke’s / Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. Dr. Michael Kushner is a member of the American Dental Association, Second District Dental Society of NY and NJ State Dental Society.
Our office can provide a full scope of dental surgical services, Dr. Kushner provides all your surgical needs as well as providing implant placement. He has extensive knowledge and experience with many implant options.
Some of the most common surgical procedures provided in our office are extractions, removal of wisdom teeth, dental implants, bone grafting, and apicoectomy.
Immediate tooth replacement – Michael B Kushner DDS Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon from Hamilton New Jersey.
What happens if You break your front tooth?
The first thing I tell you is don’t go to the emergency room especially in this particular state of affairs. Call your regular dentist or better still call your local oral surgeon usually your oral surgeon can rectify the problem a lot of times in one visit, just like we did today so today.
Some young lady came in and her front tooth was cracked it and it was not fixable.
What did we do for her today – we took out the broken root we placed an implant we put it in a beautiful restoration temporary crown and she went home smiling painless and efficient.
Dr Michael B. Kushner DDS talking explain what are dental implants.
I’m here today to speak to you about the concept of a dental implant.
Patients always ask – doctor what is an implant?
I simply tell them – an implant is nothing more than the replacement of your missing root.
When you have a tooth removed we have the ability now to replace that root which eventually can have a crown put on it to return you to your both your aesthetics and your function.
In order to provide these services for you, you must have the proper sight to place this implant.
Sometimes it’s required we do a procedure called grafting.