Revision rhinoplasty
24 Mar 2021

Are Rhinoplasty Revisions Common?

You spent months reading about what a rhinoplasty (nose job) could correct and what to expect throughout the process from start to finish. You even read a bit about how rhinoplasty revisions could become necessary, but since they seemed so rare, you filed that information away without a second thought. If you were one of…

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teeth in a day
25 Nov 2020

7 Frequently Asked Questions About Teeth In A Day

Accidents happen — and so do health conditions. There are plenty of reasons why someone might want or need to have dental implants. But with so many options on the market, how do you know which procedure is right for you? The answer many people come to after doing their research is the wildly popular…

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30 Oct 2020

The Ultimate Rhinoplasty Recovery Guide and Timeline

Jump to: Immediately After First Few Days One Week Three Weeks Six Weeks Eight Weeks One Year Learn More You spent hours looking at before and after photos of rhinoplasty procedures and researching surgeons who had the experience and expertise to give you precisely the results you were after. Then, you went to the consultation…

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09 Aug 2015

Failure of All on Four Implants

The purpose of doing all on four implants is to provide immediate functioning implants without doing grafting.  But for some cases that is not possible.  Either there is not enough bone at the beginning of the case, while placing the implants the bone quality was not what was expected, or the implant failed during the…

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08 Jun 2015

Dental Implant Mistakes

Implant surgeons may see cases where things did not go as expected.  It may be due to the fact that the patient was involved in trauma (i.e. fall, car accident, assault), did not heal as expected (because of systemic disease, smoking, chronic wear of denture, infection), or surgical error.  Regardless of the cause, it can…

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26 May 2015

Vanderbilt Medical Center Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery lecture

At the 15th annual H. David Hall lecture at Vanderbilt Medical Center, Alan Herford, DDS, MD, FACS (chair of the Maxillofacial surgery program at Loma Linda Medical Center) presented options for rebuilding jaw defects prior to implant placement.  In his lecture he presented some cost effective techniques to utilize infuse with current bone graft techniques.…

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12 Apr 2015

#Dental bone grafting-Using #cadaver bone

In a recent article in the International journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants (Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2015; 30:450-460), Italian surgeons discussed the utilization of fresh frozen human bone graft (cadaver) vs. using the patients own bone (iliac crest bone graft).  Not having to harvest bone from a patient can be very attractive.  The…

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22 Mar 2015

#medication-related osteonecrosis

Medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaws is seen more and more with the treatment of certain cancers and osteoporosis.  It can be painful and difficult to treat.  In a recent article in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (73: 437-442, 2015), surgeons described a technique of healing using the buccal fat pad.  If you are…

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