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The History and Evolution of Dental Implant Technology

Dental implant technology has evolved significantly, and today’s implants are stable, long-lasting and comfortable. But they weren’t always this successful. Have you ever wondered about how modern day implants came to be? Here, trusted Orlando oral surgeon Dr. Ronald Trevisani shares the evolution of dental implants. Primitive Forms of Tooth Replacement Civilizations have been dealing… Read more

What Causes Gum Recession? (And What to Do about It!)

Have you noticed that your gum line looks lower than normal, exposing more of your tooth roots and perhaps forming what look to be small pockets? Your teeth may also feel more sensitive to hot or cold foods. This is called gum recession. It is a common condition and can be treated easily by a… Read more

Questions to Ask Your Oral Surgeon before Surgery

If you are planning to have oral surgery, it’s natural to be curious about the experience, and want to know exactly what you can expect. At the office of Orlando oral and maxillofacial surgeon Ronald Trevisani, we believe there are no stupid questions, only the questions that you don’t ask. We are happy to answer… Read more

How Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Saved a Young Boy’s Life

At only six weeks old, Matia Simion developed a small blue lesion on his gums, which doctors in his Romanian hometown believed to be a fairly common and benign gingival cyst. The cyst grew so rapidly that at three months old, the baby couldn’t swallow and had to be tube-fed. It was hard for him… Read more

Signs and Symptoms of an Impacted Tooth – Orlando

Ouch! It’s been several weeks but that nagging ache in your mouth won’t go away. As a matter of fact, it’s getting worse. Your gums or jawbone may feel tender, and perhaps you’ve started developing headaches. You’re probably wondering, “What is causing this pain? And how can I make it go away — quickly?” The… Read more

The Origin of Dental Implants – Orlando

Ouch! It’s been several weeks but that nagging ache in your mouth won’t go away. As a matter of fact, it’s getting worse. Your gums or jawbone may feel tender, and perhaps you’ve started developing headaches. You’re probably wondering, “What is causing this pain? And how can I make it go away — quickly?” The… Read more