October 2016 - The Center For Oral Surgery

Receding Gums: Are Dental Implants Still An Option?

When the gums are receding, the roots of the teeth are exposed which can leave teeth susceptible to damage and loss. If you have receding gums, your gum recession must be dealt with before you can have dental implants placed. This is because dental implants require a stable & sufficient jawbone and healthy gum tissue […]

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What Factors Contribute To Long Term Success of Dental Implants?

In order for a dental implant to succeed, the patient must be in good oral and overall health and do an excellent job of maintaining optimal oral hygiene once the implant has been placed. One of the main benefits of dental implants in Las Vegas is that 95 – 98% of all dental implants are […]

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My Dental Implant is Loose, What Should I Do?

As highly reliable, permanent replacements for missing teeth, the vast majority of dental implants are successful. In fact, the success rate for dental implants is between 95 – 98%, which is one of the many reasons implants are so popular. However, just like the natural teeth, implants can suffer trauma wherein they become loose. There […]

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How often will I have to have my dental implants checked?

Dental implants are the most advanced, state-of-the-art type of tooth replacement. It’s important to have your new implants checked on a regular basis to be sure they have bonded properly with the jawbone and to be sure no inflammation is occurring in the gums. Initially, your dentist might prefer to have you visit more often […]

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COVID-19 Updates

A COVID-19 message and well wishes from the Center for Oral Surgery of Las Vegas to all of our patients.


The health and safety of our patients and staff is our number one priority. Per CDC guidelines we will be continuing with or instituting the following measures. Other measures will be instituted as guided by the authorities.


  • Our staff will be wearing enhanced personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • We will be monitoring the health of employees and keeping home any employee who displays symptoms of COVID-19.
  • We will be providing services by appointment only and communicating any special instructions to the patient for the appointment (i.e. face covering).
  • We will be limiting the number of people allowed inside the office at any given time.
  • We will be requiring temperature checks and health screenings for patients before entering the office.
  • We will be limiting the contact between the administrative staff and the patients, such as eliminating check-in forms and receipts when possible.


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