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The Form and Function of Sinus Lifts

Anatomical Considerations of the Sinus The topic of sinus lifts may sound difficult to get excited about. However, it is an important surgical procedure for many considering future implant treatment for upper molars. The teeth and sinuses are often more closely linked than many realize. The sinus cavities often closely surround the roots of your upper molars, separated by a thin layer of bone. Because...
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Effective Post-Operative Pain Management at Cherry Orchard Oral Surgery

Even though oral surgery may seem a bit daunting, it doesn’t have to live up to your scariest expectations. At Cherry Orchard Oral & Implant Surgery, we understand that managing post-operative discomfort is a significant concern for our patients. Dr. Brian R. Cherry and our dedicated team are committed to providing excellent care both during the procedure and the post-operative period. This blog post will...
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Navigating Dental Anesthesia and Patient Comfort

When it comes to oral surgery, one of the primary concerns for patients is managing pain and anxiety during the procedure. At Cherry Orchard Oral & Implant Surgery, we understand the importance of providing a comfortable experience. To achieve this, we offer different types of dental anesthesia tailored to your specific needs. 1. Local Anesthesia (Lidocaine): Local anesthesia, often erroneously referred to as “Novocaine,” has...
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5 Thing To Know Before Selecting An Oral Surgeon

At some point in life, many of us might require the services of an oral surgeon…whether it’s for wisdom teeth extractions as a teenager…or a dental implant in our 50s. Oftentimes your general dentist may refer you to a surgeon with whom they have an established working relationship. However, there are still some things to know and consider when choosing to see a specialist. ——————————–...
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