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Facial Trauma: Let a Pro Handle Your Injury
Dental implants: what
Wisdom Teeth FAQs
5 things you might not know about oral cancer
Traveling and Oral Health Tips for the Holidays
Understanding Bone Grafting
Dental Implant Recovery
Preventing Oral Cancer
3 Reasons to have corrective jaw surgery
Tooth Trauma - Uncomplicated Crown Fracture - What Now?
FAQs: wisdom teeth
The Most Common Yypes of Bone Grafting
Pre-Implant Bone Augmentation
Osseointegration big word simple concept
A Better Breakfast for a Better Smile
How to Care for Implants
Oral Cancer and Hepatitis C
Wisdom Tooth Removal Aftercare
Grow your own bone? bone grafting is routine
Types of jaw surgery
Common causes of facial trauma
Eating After Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Cleft lip & Palate
The Miracle of Bone Grafting
Tooth Trauma - Complicated Crown/Root Fracture - What Now?
Head & Neck Cancer Self Exam (you know the most about your anatomy!)
Facial Injuries What Do i Do?
Are Dental Implants Worth It?
Heart Disease and the Importance of Good Oral Hygiene
Your Dentist May Save Your Life!
Scheduling Appointments with Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center
Financial Policy for Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center
Can my Dental Implants get Cavities? and other common questions...
Refer Patients to Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center with our Online Referral Form
First Visit to Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center
Oral & Facial Surgery
Oral & Oropharyngeal Cancers
Pediatric Facial Trauma
After Surgery: What to Feed a Delicate Mouth
World Blood Donor Day: Blood Connects us all
10 Facts About Jaw Surgery
Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center
After Corrective Jaw Surgery
Before Intravenous Anesthesia Sedation
After Dental Implant Surgery
After Wisdom Tooth Removal
After Exposure of a Impacted Tooth
After Multiple Extractions
Meet the Staff of Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center
Dental Implants - Changing the Way We Treat Missing Teeth
Are You Keeping a Secret?
Is it Snoring or is it Sleep Apnea?
FAQs Regarding General Anesthesia for Oral Surgery
The Pursuit of Excellence
Could Diamonds Be an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon's Best Friend?
Where Are Your Replacement Parts Being Made?
Air Safety, Surgical Safety
Giving and Receiving
Pleasanton Police Department Now Has Pharmaceutical Disposal Site
How to Check Yourself or Oral Cancer
Michael l. Deckley, DDS
Where do dental implants come from?
Modern Options For Bone Grafting Technology
Dental Implants- Learning the Basics
No teeth? no problem!
Pacific Oral & Facial Surgery Center
The benefits of jaw surgery
What's in a Bone Graft?
What You Should Know About Jaw Reconstruction Surgery
On the Lookout for Oral Cancer
Autograft vs. Allograft
Facts about Bone Grafting
The Science Behind Oral Cancer
April Oral Cancer Awareness Month: Lets Spread the Word
Get Checked, April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month!
Dental Implants: FAQ
3D Printers and Bone Grafting
Oral Cancer: What you need to know
Cleft Lip & Palate
Immunotherapy and oral cancer
Dental Implants vs Dentures and Bridges
Dental Implants: a three-step procedure
What is a Wisdom Tooth?
Smoking and Oral Cancer
Missing Teeth: More than just a Gap in your Smile
Bite Sized Wisdom: Facts on Wisdom Teeth
Board certified in Oral & Maxillofacial surgeryThe surgical specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery requires up to six additional years of hospital based surgical and anesthesia training beyond dental school.
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