March 31, 2017
Oral cancer screenings are very important because this form of cancer is fully curable if it is detected early enough. As per available statistics, 84 percent of oral cancer cases can be detected early by a qualified dental health professional.
As and when a dentist does an oral cancer screening, they utilize several tools to check for any discoloration or mouth sores. After this, they feel the tissues around the mouth for any kinds of lumps or malformations. If anything like this is seen or felt, a sample tissue of this is sent for detailed kind of testing.
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October 1, 2016
You may have heard of oral surgery before and might need it someday. But you will definitely feel uncertain when the term surgery is mentioned. There will be questions that you might want to ask. And in order to spare you more time, here are some familiar and frequently asked questions to dentists about oral surgery that will definitely help you. (more…)
September 19, 2016
Here at Center One Dental, we take pride in our ability to provide our patients a high quality dental care. The idea of a surgery does not really sound as exciting to anyone but Center One Dental surgeons are able to provide you an excellent, painless and comfortable dental experience. (more…)
August 16, 2016
Most people surprisingly still have the fear of dental visits and procedures. Children are not the only ones who fear going to the dentists for a checkup or to get any treatment done. A lot of adults have a similar feeling of anxiety, and others even have a phobia of going to the dentist, thus delaying the appointment and the overall treatment which in the end results to poor oral health and greater dental problems and complications. It is normal for individuals to have this fear as most people have had the impression that most dental procedures are coupled with pain and feeling of discomfort. (more…)
May 21, 2016
During childhood, the name of the wisdom tooth brought a lot of excitement but, when it actually shows up, you experience nothing except a lot of pain. Sometimes, the tooth gets stuck midway in the gum finding no way to come out. This is the time when no option other than extraction is left to get away from all the pain. (more…)