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Wake Forest Oral Surgery Articles

Gap teeth: worth the cost to fix?

Gap teeth are a common cosmetic problem that can be fixed using a number of dental methods. The cost, effectiveness and long-term viability of these treatments varies significantly. Are they worth the cost?

Dental implants: a complete smile in 8 steps or less

Depending on the condition of your jaw, teeth and gums, a dental implant procedure can take as little as a few weeks or as long as nine months as your dentist, oral surgeon and prosthodontist restore your smile.

Should you get a dental implant instead of a bridge?

As more people choose dental implants instead of traditional crowns and bridges, you'll want to examine the costs, time and the health of your jawbone and tissue before opting for this procedure.

Before and after your wisdom tooth extraction

If you’re ready to have your wisdom teeth removed, preparing for your surgery and recovery can help prevent complications. These tips will help you avoid problems after this common oral surgery.

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Wake Forest Oral Surgeons Reviews

"My appointment was at 7:00 am. The offices are very nice and high tech. When I arrived no one was at the front desk and there was no sign in sheet. I and another person waited. After 15-20 minutes, someone came from the back but I was not acknowledged. Since this was my first visit and I was unsure of the procedures, I approached the desk to give my name. After about 5 minutes, I was taken to the back by the periodontist therapist. I discussed the surgery I had last year, and I showed her my periodontal chart for that period. She did a brief cleaning and measured pocket depth. She was thorough and to my surprise the procedure was not painful at all. She then took xrays. She informed me it appeared I did not have laser surgery on one side. This concerned me greatly as I distinctly remember the dentist performing laser surgery on that particular side. I told her my concern. She did not show me the xrays or discuss whether or not there was additional bone loss. She asked whether or not I visited the dentist when young. I've never been asked this question and I thought the question was very strange. Nevertheless I explained my parents like so many other parents during that time could not afford dental care and did not place an emphasis on going to the dentists. After a while, Dr.
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came in and looked at the xrays. The therapist discuss with Dr.
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the need to get control of the infection (?) before she would be able to provide periodontal therapy. Dr.
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then briefly examined my teeth by running his fingers around my top and bottom
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(he had on gloves). He did not discuss the x-rays, infection, or whether or not there was signficant additional bone loss, but he suggested I have 4-5 teeth pulled by the oral surgeon and consider implants and/or partials. He said pulling the teeth would permanently take care of the problem. By this time I am overwhelmed due to whether or not the laser surgery I had last year which was very expense was effective at all, the possibility of loosing more teeth, and the costs of implants ($$$$$). I was then taken to another room for pictures then to the front desk. The front desk staff said Dr.
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and staff would come up with a treatment plan and we scheduled another appointment for me to come back in two weeks. I left Dr.
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's office overwhelmed and nearly in tears. I am sure Dr.
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and his staff are very good at what they do and are caring professionals. However, I feel he should have discuss in detail with me the xray results, etc. I decided to cancel the second appointment and instead seek a dentists who solely specializes in periodontal disease.

All Oral Surgeons in Wake Forest, NC

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32 Dental

3141-107 Capital Blvd
Raleigh, NC

Adams, Dr. Richard C.

413 Owen Dr
Fayetteville, NC

Affordable Dentures

5606 Nc Highway 55
Durham, NC

Andreaus, Dr. Steven B.

1637 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh, NC

Andrews, Dr. Mark J

260 Towne Village Dr
Cary, NC

Apex Dental Group

1021 W Williams St
Apex, NC

Arrick and Associates, DDS, PLLC

601 Tucker St
Raleigh, NC

Artemis Scandalios DDS

3803 Computer Dr
Raleigh, NC

Atkins, Dr Kevin B.

1000 Old Raleigh Rd
Apex, NC

Axiom Dentistry of Planters Walk

7633 Knightdale Blvd.
Knightdale, NC

Aziz, Dr. Mazin

1213 N Main St
Fuquay Varina, NC

Bailey, Dr. Edward S.

100 Keybridge Dr
Morrisville, NC

Baker, Dr. J Steven

200 Sawmill Rd
Raleigh, NC

Baxter B Sapp JR DDS

3612 Shannon Rd
Durham, NC

Beavers Family Dentistry

619 W Chatham St
Apex, NC

Beavers, Dr. Jonathan P.

619 W Chatham St
Apex, NC

Beavers, Dr. Mark E.

619 W Chatham St
Apex, NC

Bell Jr, Dr. Thomas A.

221 W Millbrook Rd
Raleigh, NC

Ben H. Britt, Jr., DDS, PA

7780 Brier Creek Pkwy
Raleigh, NC