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  • Jaw Surgery for Correcting Sleep Apnea

    November 3, 2017

    man sleeping with cpap mask

    Sleep apnea jaw surgery may improve the lives of those who suffer from sleep apnea, because a good night’s sleep affects both the brain and body. When oxygen is limited during the sleep cycle, quality of life suffers.

    Sleep apnea can steal a person’s health, and the proper treatment can make all the difference.

    What

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  • 3 Pre-Surgery Tips for an Optimal Post-Surgery Recovery

    October 2, 2015
    Surgery Tips

    At North Tarrant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, we understand that planning for any type of surgery can be difficult. The majority of patients just want to know how long recovery will take and when they can get back to their regular routines. For your convenience, we came up with three helpful tips to prepare you

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  • Changing Your Life with Dental Implants?

    July 30, 2015

    A new study by Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, which was published in the International Journal of Dentistry, showed that osteoporotic women with dental implants may experience a higher overall quality of life.

    The 237-participant study examined the occupational, emotional, sexual, and general health – the overall quality of life –

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  • Why Do We Have Wisdom Teeth?

    May 4, 2015
    Most patients have to get their wisdom teeth removed – but the real question is, why do we have them?

    You may not realize it but buried in the far corners of our mouths lies an ongoing mystery. The wisdom teeth serve no obvious purpose in life, and often just cause us problems – And

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  • Removing the Facts: Tooth Extraction

    April 1, 2015

    Tooth extraction is an old procedure, but modern techniques make for a more comfortable and safe procedure

    Back in the old days, when you needed a tooth removed, you may find a strong cord to tie around the unwanted tooth and the other end would be tied around a doorknob. Then someone slams the door,

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  • A New Bone Grafting Procedure Shows Decreased Risk of Complications

    February 19, 2015

    At the University of Texas at Arlington and Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, researchers are investigating whether stem cells grown from the body can be used in bone grafting, replacing more traditional bone grafting procedures. The goal is to use the body’s natural ability to heal and regenerate to aid in bone repair, including in …

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