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Newport Oral Surgery and Dental Surgery Guru Updated Reviews

Unpublished Yelp reviews for Dental Surgery Guru that are not currently recommended by Yelp for reasons they never disclose

Note: The dental surgery reviews below are not factored into the business’s overall star rating.

Cj N. Newport Coast,  5 reviews  5.0 star rating 5/21/2015

This is probably the best dental surgeon in Orange County.  From my experience, along with how he has taken care of my family, I can tell you that his vast amount of knowledge, extensive schooling, and a reputation that has no comparison, all are just a fraction of the reasons that I recommend this doctor.

 

Trevor S. Irvine, CA 0 friend’s 10 reviews 5.0 star rating 3/16/2015

Just had my teeth worked on and repaired by Dr. Michaelis.  What an awesome surgeon, I loved his mannerism, his office staff, level of competency, and most of all the finished product of my dental implant.  Very much recommend!

 

Cg G. Newport Coast, CA 136 friend’s 27 reviews 5.0 star rating 11/23/2014

These informational videos are amazing and very informative.  Thank you for creating them for your patient.  It reiterates my decision of not only going to you to fix my implant bt referring family members to you as well.

 

Jason Towe J. Newport Coast, CA 28 reviews 5.0 star rating 10/28/2014 Updated review

Just watched this Dr.’s videos, and I got to tell you, he is what he preaches.  I have been a patient of his for 3 years and he is simply the best in the industry.  Check out all his reviews all over the internet.  Don’t just take my word for it, this oral surgeon is a rock star!

5.0 star rating

10/9/2014

Previous review – this doctor is among the best in the U.S. Before going to him I researched him in depth.  A awarded… Read more

Mike S. Newport Beach, CA 2 friend’s 24 reviews 5.0 star rating 9/3/2014

This was a great experience for many people, Dr. Michaelis is well reviewed by an enormous amount of websites and it seems the dental surgery Guru is a perfect name for him.  Nice guy, great atmosphere, and ab overall great experience.

wisdom teeth doctor michaelis

Impacted teeth often require oral surgery

Impacted teeth often require oral surgery

oral surgery dr michaelisImpacted Teeth. Wisdom teeth, or else called third molars, are the last collection of teeth to establish. Impacted wisdom teeth can lead to swelling, discomfort, and infection of the periodontal cells bordering the knowledge teeth. Furthermore, impacted wisdom teeth could cause long-term damage to nearby teeth, gum tissues, and bone and can sometimes cause the formation of cysts or tumors that could damage areas of the jaw.


It’s not merely wisdom teeth that in some cases become affected and require to be eliminated. Other teeth, such as the cuspids and the bicuspid could become affected and can create the exact same sorts of issues explained with impacted knowledge teeth. An affected tooth is one that falls short to appear into the orthodontic arch within the specific time. Given that impacted teeth do not erupt, they are kept throughout the individual’s lifetime unless removed or exposed surgically. Pearly whites may come to be impacted due to adjacent teeth, dense overlying bone, too much soft cells or a hereditary problem. Many commonly, the source of impacting is inadequate arc length and space through which to emerge. That is the complete length of the alveolar arc is smaller sized than the tooth arch (the combined mesiodistal width of each tooth). Considering that they are the last teeth to appear in the oral dental caries, the 3rd molars are regularly affected. Mandibular third molars are a lot more typically affected than their maxillary counterparts. As a basic policy, all influenced teeth need to be eliminated unless or else contraindicated. [1]

Knowledge teeth, or else recognized as 3rd molars, are the last collection of teeth to establish. Impacted wisdom teeth could result in swelling, pain, and infection of the gum cells nearing by the wisdom teeth. In addition, impacted wisdom teeth could cause irreversible damages to nearby teeth, gums, and bone and can sometimes lead to the development of cysts or tumors that can ruin areas of the jaw.

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