Our practice continues to meet and surpass all OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and CDC (Centers for Disease Control) standards to ensure total patient safety. We take every precaution to eliminate patient risk. We have resumed normal business and have adapted our schedule to allow for social distancing in the office. Screening questionnaires will be in order to make the best recommendation for all patients in need of care.

Dr. Anderson’s Blog Peachtree City, GA

Dr. Anderson’s Blog

Replacing Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

The issue of missing teeth can cause several problems, both socially and functionally. From embarrassment about one’s appearance to the inability to eat certain foods, replacing missing teeth with dental implants can bring newfound confidence and joy.

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Why You Should See an Oral Surgeon for TMJ Treatment

Oral surgeon pointing to tmj joint on a model skullAre you tired of dealing with unpleasant symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD)? If left untreated, this common condition can interfere with your daily life and cause painful symptoms like chronic headaches, jaw pain and popping sensations in the jaw joint. The good news is that treatment is available for temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems. The type of treatment you receive depends on what type of expert you see for your symptoms. Here’s why you should consider seeing an oral surgeon for your TMD treatment needs.

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Three Reasons You May Want To See an Oral Surgeon

Detail of a mandible pencil drawingAn oral surgeon differs from a dentist in two key areas: education and specialization. In addition to completing up to eight years of schooling and training to earn a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), oral surgeons continue on to complete an additional four to six years of specialized training. Oral surgeons focus strictly on dental surgical procedures that regular dentists are not able to perform. Here are three reasons you may want to see an oral surgeon instead of a regular dentist.

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Dental Implants and Bone Grafting: What You Should Know

Are you considering dental implants in Peachtree City, GA for your missing teeth? Dental implant surgery is typically an outpatient procedure that’s performed in several steps. Each step can take a few weeks or months, depending on how quickly the surgical site heals. Dental implant posts replace the roots of your missing teeth and stimulate the jaw bone to prevent bone degradation. However, if significant bone degradation has already occurred, you may not have enough bone tissue to support implant posts. Fortunately, you may be a candidate for one or more bone grafts that can restore your bone density so you can still receive dental implants. Here’s what you should know about the bone grafting procedure.

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Get Your Summer Smile Ready With All-on-4 Dental Implants

Picture Of All On 4 Denatl Implants - Peachtree City, GAOne big reason why some people are self-conscious about smiling is due to the fact they have multiple missing teeth. Summer is a time when your friends and family will probably want to take a lot of pictures, and you can get ready by talking to Dr. Paul Anderson to see if you qualify for All-on-4 dental implants in Peachtree City, GA. This is a permanent solution for replacing a full arch of teeth where only four implants are inserted into the jawbone while a bar of dentures is adhered on top.

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3 Reasons To See an Oral Surgeon After Any Facial Trauma

Bruises, lacerations, and fractures are all considered facial trauma. Many people experience these injuries every year as a result of car accidents, physical assaults, animal attacks and sports injuries. If you ever experience trauma to the face, it is paramount you see our oral surgeon in Peachtree City, GA immediately. Oral surgery is an internationally-recognized surgical specialty, so you cannot trust any other dental professional with this kind of work.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction: What Is It, and Do You Need It?

Full Mouth Reconstruction - Peachtree City, GAHave you been dealing with missing teeth in Peachtree, City, GA for a long time? Are you wondering if it’s really necessary to replace them or if you can live with the discomfort and inconvenience for the rest of your life? Maybe your dentist has brought up the idea of full mouth reconstruction but you don’t fully understand the concept or know if you need it. Here’s a quick overview of what full mouth regeneration in Peachtree City, GA is and how it can benefit you.

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