Temecula Facial Oral Surgery


Dental Implants – Digital Impression and Intraoral Scanning

May 24, 2016

No need to bite into sticky ‘playdoh’ type of material to take an impression for an implant crown – a simple, easy intraoral digital scan is all that is needed to make the final restoration in our office. We are happy to announce the arrival of the 2 new Iterro digital impression systems to our office. ...

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Dental Implant Seminar for Patients

May 5, 2016

Dmitry Y. Tsvetov, DDS, MD cordially invites you to attend a Complimentary Dental Implant Seminar. You will learn how a dental implant replaces a missing tooth or teeth, prevents bone loss, prevents a denture from moving around in your mouth, helps maintain facial contours, helps you bite, eat and chew naturally. ...

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Another unusual pathology case

March 14, 2016

43 year-old female presented for evaluation of opaque lesion associated with mesial root of #19; Patient is asymptomatic, the lesion was found on routine radiographic examination; Tooth #19 is vital; no tenderness to palpation or percussion; There is on associated vestibular swelling; The radiographic appearance of this lesion is diagnostic: Opaque lesion that is replacing the root of the tooth and is surrounded by a radiolucent ring. ...

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Another interesting pathology case

August 25, 2015

Another interesting pathology case…A 60 year-old female came into the clinic complaining of pain and swelling in the lower left quadrant. Examination revealed an expansile lesion in the lower left vestibule with expansion of the buccal cortex of the mandible. An incisional biopsy was performed, and the diagnosis came back as Odontogenic Keratocyst (OKC). ...

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Interesting Oral Pathology Case

July 13, 2015

A 65 year old man came into my clinic with chief complaint of swelling to the right side of the face. The swelling has been present for the past 2 weeks. Examination reveals swelling and fluctuance in the left buccal maxillary vestibule. Panoramic image reveals a retained, unerupted maxillary left canine #11, located in the maxillary sinus. ...

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