Oral surgery is a well known specialty in dentistry which includes the diagnosis, surgical and relevant treatment of diseases, defects and injuries involving both the functional and esthetic aspects of the soft and hard tissues of the teeth, gums, neck, jaws and head. Oral and maxillofacial surgery also includes dental implants, wisdom teeth removal, oral pathology, bone grafts, TMJ disorder, anesthesia, apicoectomy, corrective jaw surgery, facial trauma along may other procedures. Have a glance on various procedures that are mentioned below:

Dental Implants: It has become one of the most common procedures to replace missing teeth or provide stability to an existing or a new denture. These procedures are performed by a dentist or an oral surgeon. There are various techniques which are used to perform such procedures. These techniques may vary, depend on surgeons or dentists.

Corrective Jaw Surgery: It is also known as orthognathic surgery which is performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. There are various reasons for this surgery which are as follows

Incorrect or malocclusion bite
Un-Proportioned facial appearance and incorrect jaw position
Temporomandibular Joint Pain (TMJ) and dysfunction caused by deformation or trauma.
Difficulties in chewing, eating, opening & closing the mouth.
Minor or major trauma
Grinding or clinching of the teeth that causes excess tooth wear

Tooth Extractions: It's also known as one of the most recognized oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures. Following reasons may be responsible for this:

Primary teeth that have failed to fall out, preventing the eruption of permanent teeth.
Partially or injured eruted wisdom teeth
Teeth beyond repair either from root fraction, trauma or tooth decay.
Orthodontic treatment plan may require removal of some teeth to achieve the best result.

There are various other procedures are associated with oral and maxillofacial surgery. If you have any kinds of problem … Read the rest

Dentists or Richmond Dentists for that matter are health-care practitioners properly trained to provide services that maintain, promote and restore good oral health. Dentists in the United States face stiff competition for available spots in dental school, and about 75 percent of graduates ever establish a solo practice and have their own clinic according to Labor survey. It's a smart career move to be a dentist because of the large number of dentists who are near retirement age in our country and demands for new dentists are expected.

Dentists diagnose and handle problems of the teeth and tissues in the mouth, making sure quality care is given to patient to prevent future issues. They offer dental health teaching that includes diet, brushing, flossing, and the use of fluorides. They continue to spread dental health care to make sure that their teachings are being practiced.

Most dental offices are open up to five days a week but they do can extend even on weekends depending on the needs of the patients. Some dental clinics may stay open for nights to accommodate patient appointments and depending on their negotiations. Usually a full-time dentist works up to 40 hours a week but newer dentists work more than the usual working hours. Experienced and established dentists work fewer hours.

If you choose to become a dentist, you need to attend at least two years of college before applying to a dental school and after that you need to finish a four-year curriculum in which during the final two years of dental school they must go in on-the-job training. The work experience usually occurs at a dental clinic like Richmond cosmetic dentistry and involves treating patients while a licensed dentist supervises their work.

Dentists also can undergo some specialization in different aspects of oral care … Read the rest

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