Archive for July, 2013

Smile-Friendly Summer Food & Drinks

Wagner Oral Surgery and Dental Implant Specialists understands that nobody wants to undergo oral surgery this summer, so we created a list that informs consumers about what food and beverages they can enjoy this summer. The great thing about this list? You guessed it. These foods and beverages help promote healthy oral care. Oral surgery […]

Avoid Beverages that Promote Tooth Decay

One of the leading reasons for tooth extraction is tooth decay. There are many instances when tooth extraction could have been avoided had there been less severe tooth decay. So, just how can you help prevent tooth decay and tooth extraction? Start by removing tooth decay-inducing beverages from your diet. Bad Beverages Soda Chances are you’ve […]

How to Pick the Right Oral Surgeon

When it comes to picking the right oral surgeon, there is no such thing as being too careful. At Wagner Oral Surgery and Dental Implant Specialists, we understand how critical this first step in the oral surgery process is. But what should you look for in an oral surgeon and how do you know if […]

Helping your Child through Oral Surgery

Oral surgery can seem like a big deal to children. At Wagner Oral Surgery and Dental Implant Specialists we are experts in oral surgery, so we try to make every procedure painless and as smooth as possible. If your child needs oral surgery, it’s essential that you help them through their procedure. Unsure where to […]

Oral Surgery: How to Prepare for & Recovery from Anesthesia

 At Wagner Oral Surgery and Dental Implant Specialists, we value the importance of a smooth and comfortable oral surgery experience. Because of this desire, we offer our patients anesthesia services. Here, providing the highest quality of anesthesia treatment is just as much of a priority as offering superior oral surgery. And in an effort to […]

Stop Sleep Apnea with Corrective Jaw Surgery

  OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) is a serious health condition that can be fixed with corrective jaw surgery. OSA is more complicated than excessive snoring. If it’s left untreated, this issue can cause major health complications. So, how do you know if your condition is serious or if you could benefit from corrective jaw surgery? […]