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Post-Surgical Care for Skeletal Anchorage to Get the Best Results

Skeletal anchorage is a revolutionary orthodontic technique. It utilizes mini-implants or temporary anchorage devices (TAD) to provide stable support and anchorage for tooth movement. However, post-surgical care for skeletal anchorage is quite important.  Understanding the significance of post-surgical care can maximize the benefits of skeletal anchorage and ensure optimal treatment outcomes. Discover some of the most important […]

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Shape Your Profile With Chin Implants

Chin implants are a practical, confidence-building solution for improving one’s appearance. Chin implants are small prosthetics made from silicone or polyethylene, surgically implanted into the chin to deliver an improved, natural-looking chin. Whether to enhance chin projection or achieve facial balance, chin implants are popular for those looking to achieve a more defined, confident-looking expression. Understanding

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Which Facial Injuries Can an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Treat?

Dealing with severe facial injuries can be frightening, but you can begin to find relief by choosing the right oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Knowing which specialist to go to can decrease the chances of complications, lower the appearance of any scars that may form due to surgery, and, most importantly, increase your chances of proper recovery.

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What Are Zygoma Implants?

When patients lose teeth, dental implants usually offer the best solution. However, for those with extensive bone loss in the back of the upper jaw, traditional dental implants are often not possible. That’s where Zygoma implants come in. These specialized implants are anchored in the cheekbone (also called the zygomatic bone, hence the name). They’re

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