The X-Guide® Dynamic 3D Navigation System

PRESS RELEASE Lehigh Valley Oral Surgery & Implant Center to be the first Oral Surgery Practice to Bring Minimally Invasive Surgical Navigation into the Dental Office for More Accurate Implant Results When Replacing Missing Teeth The X-Guide® Dynamic 3D Navigation system expands the surgeon’s control over the implant process Bethlehem, PA (November 19th) Lehigh Valley…

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When Should You Consider Dental Implants?

You may have heard in the past that dental implants are one of the most effective ways to replace missing or damaged teeth. Dental implants are a great option for a lot of different situations, but when is getting a dental implant the best option for you? There are a few circumstances where receiving an…

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New Age Dental Implants

Dental implant therapy is moving into a new age. And this is a very good thing for patients. Imagine the world of the 1600’s, where a journey from Europe to America would take many weeks if not months. With airplane technology, that same trip was reduced to less than one day. When patients came to…

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Complications of Dental Implants

While dental implants have a very high degree of success, there are some complications that patients should know about before deciding on the dental implant course. Fortunately, many of the complications listed below can be averted using the latest technology of Cone Beam CT imaging. Dental implants require sufficient bone for their placement. However, sometimes…

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Can an Oral Surgeon Pick Up Undiagnosed Heart Problems?

Proper monitoring for sedation for dental procedures is critical. Not only is it important for safely administrating anesthesia but also, monitoring can sometimes pick up an unidentified pathology in a patient. Many patients needing oral surgery haven’t gone to their physicians in months or years. For some patients, it may be the first time they…

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Just Put Me to Sleep, Doc

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard, “Just put me to sleep, doc.” Patients are understandably anxious about having oral surgery performed. However, the old days of feeling “everything” or suffering through long, difficult procedures are gone. It was actually a dentist who first “discovered” modern day anesthesia. Giving some medication either through inhaled…

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