What Types of Anesthesia Are Used in Dental Surgery?

For many of Lytle, Tate & Stamper’s Glendale patients, dental surgery is the first time they’ve ever had a surgical procedure performed. Whether you are getting a tooth extracted, having wisdom teeth extraction, a bone graft or other oral surgery procedure, knowing that you will be having surgery, even an outpatient procedure, can be upsetting. Because our doctors want to make you as comfortable as…Read More

The Importance of Dental Implants After Teeth Extractions

If you’re a Glendale resident who has been told you need a tooth or multiple teeth extracted, you’re likely researching your options for tooth replacement. As you may already know, to replace a tooth or a few teeth, you can get dental implants or a bridge. And to replace an entire jaw or mouth of teeth, you can get dentures. While bridges and dentures may…Read More

Making the Best Choice: Dental Implant or Root Canal

Deciding whether to get dental implants or a root canal when a patient has a diseased or otherwise compromised tooth is a hot topic issue. While most dental professionals, including our doctors, agree that priority should be placed on saving the natural tooth, not everyone agrees on when dental implants should be placed instead of performing a root canal. In our Glendale area offices, our…Read More

How to Minimize Infections After Dental Implants

Dental implants are the strongest, most state-of-the-art tooth replacement solution on the market today. When properly cared for, they are built to last an entire lifetime and can withstand the chewy, crunchy food you’d like to eat. Although it’s rare for Pasadena dental implant patients to get infections after having their implants placed, it does happen on occasion. An infection called peri-implantitis may occur, and…Read More

Factors That Can Influence Dental Implant Success

Pasadena dental patients who are going to take the time and make the financial investment to get dental implants want these tooth replacement systems to succeed. After all, implants are designed to last a lifetime, which is one of the many reasons that our patients choose to get them over dentures or bridges, which often need to be replaced. And while dental implants are intended…Read More

Do’s and Don’ts of Recovering from Dental Surgery

At Lytle, Tate & Stamper, A Dental Corporation, we understand that facing oral surgery can seem overwhelming. After all, for many of our Glendale dental patients, dental surgery is the first surgical procedure they’ve ever experienced. In addition to having anxiety about their procedure, many of our patients are worried about what their recovery process will entail. To better educate you, we have prepared this…Read More

Common Reasons for Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Are you or your teenager suffering problems with wisdom teeth? If so, you might be wondering what the common reasons are for wisdom teeth removal. Every year, our doctors perform wisdom teeth extraction surgery for patients in Glendale. And as you’ll see from the content below, there are many different reasons why you may need to have your wisdom teeth removed.  Don’t Let Wisdom Teeth…Read More

Caring for Dental Implants

Pasadena dental patients who are missing teeth, need to have their teeth removed, or want a total smile makeover, love the prospect of dental implants. These permanent tooth replacement systems, are the most state-of-the-art, natural looking replacement teeth on the dental market today. They are also the healthiest option for your mouth, as the titanium rods that are inserted into your jawbone function as a…Read More

Benefits of Rebuilding Bone for Dental Implants

If you’re a Pasadena resident who is missing a tooth or multiple teeth, you may be considering getting dental implants. These built-to-be-permanent tooth replacements are the most advanced, state-of-the-art tooth replacement system available on the market today. Additionally, dental implants look more natural than dentures or bridges and allow patients to eat and chew anything they want, without the risk of their replacement teeth slipping,…Read More

6 Tips To Speed Wisdom Teeth Extraction Recovery

You’ve likely heard horror stories from friends and family who have had their wisdom teeth removed, and now you might be afraid of your upcoming oral surgery. Don’t worry. While wisdom teeth extraction and recovery can be accompanied with pain, the doctors of Lytle, Tate & Stamper, a Dental Corporation have prepared this list of 7 tips to speed up your wisdom teeth removal recovery….Read More