Oral Surgery Dry Socket

After Oral Surgery: Preventing Dry Socket

How to Prevent Dry Socket after Oral Surgery Dry socket is one of the most unpleasant side effects you can get after oral surgery. Luckily, dry socket is highly preventable, as long as you take proper care and follow instructions from your oral surgeon. Today in the Lynn Dental Care blog, we’ll discuss the proper…

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Lynn Dental Care: Why is Fluoride Important?

Lynn Dental Care: The Benefits of Fluoride At Lynn Dental Care, we understand the importance of fluoride. Found in food, water, and household dental products, this naturally-occurring mineral is an oral health superhero that prevents cavities, gum disease, and even reverses the effects of tooth decay. To give you a better idea of its importance,…

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Oral Surgery: Dental Implants vs. Dentures

Oral Surgery: Reasons to Choose Dental Implants For teeth replacement, there are two options: removable dentures and dental implants. Removable dentures are affordable and do not require oral surgery, but they can be problematic in the future. By undergoing oral surgery for dental implants, you receive a set of natural-looking teeth that will last a…

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Signs that You Need Dental Crowns

Do You Need Dental Crowns? Dental crowns, tooth-shaped caps that are placed over a tooth, are one of the most common restoration techniques in the dental industry. A crown is meant to restore the size, shape, strength, and appearance of a damaged tooth. Dental crowns look natural and give your teeth a healthy appearance. By…

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