How Long Does the Pain Last After Teeth Extraction?

The truth about how long the pain lasts after oral surgery for teeth extraction is that it varies from patient to patient. There should be no pain during surgery, but as the anesthetic wears off, there may be pain for the first three days. This is normal. Some more sensitive patients may be sore for a week. It is possible to develop a condition called dry socket, in which the blood clot that forms as the wound heals dislodges and[…] Read More

How Common Are Oral Cysts?

South Jersey Oral Surgeons at Lanzi Burke Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons Treat Patients With Oral Cysts.

Oral cysts are small fluid-filled growths that occur in the mouth. Most commonly found on the inside of the lips, cysts can also develop on the inside of the cheeks, tongue, palate, mouth floor, and around oral piercings. In most cases, oral cysts are harmless and are typically the result of tooth problems or distressed gums. Though certain cysts can contain infectious bacteria if formed around the roots of infected or dead teeth, within the gums, surrounding impacted wisdom teeth,[…] Read More

Can You Get Multiple Teeth Extracted at Once?

South Jersey Oral Surgeons at Lanzi Burke Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons Perform Safe Multiple Tooth Extractions.

The thought of having several teeth extracted at once is understandably intimidating for many patients. It is natural to have questions and concerns about safety and options for the procedure. It is not uncommon for a patient to require having more than one tooth pulled at the same time. Some patients have tooth decay or periodontal disease, while others have suffered dental trauma or have badly positioned teeth. If you feel overwhelmed about getting multiple teeth extracted at once, you[…] Read More

Why Is Tooth Loss Bad for Your Health?

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It might not be apparent initially, but good mouth health has a direct relationship on the rest of the body. Tooth loss may appear to be more of a cosmetic concern, but it can have an indirect impact on the number of bacteria that enter your body. That bacteria can lead to more serious problems in the future, including disease. It is best to stave off these problems at the outset by replacing any missing teeth that you may have.[…] Read More

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