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We pride our work-quality and practice atmosphere on the confidence referring doctors have in trusting us with patients. At Manhattan Maxillofacial Surgery Group, we maintain frequent communication with referring doctors to ensure both doctor and patient satisfaction with casework.

This area of the site is designed to provide you with information about working in partnership with our practice and our devotion to the continuing educational needs of dentists in Manhattan. We publish a quarterly newsletter, host numerous study club meetings, co-sponsor educational events, and provide networking opportunities.

On the following pages, we provide resources for dentists and specialists including: orthodontists, endodontists, and periodontists.



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Dr. Del Valle and Dr. Shahgoli offer this blog to our patients and the community. Our hope at Manhattan Maxillofacial Surgery Group is that our blog will cover the subjects that you and your family may be interested in.

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Your Oral Health Following Any Type of Oral Surgery Should Be Your First Priority
Posted on 4/20/2019 by Manhattan Maxillofacial Surgery Group
After you've had any type of oral surgery, you need to keep a close eye on your oral health. The goal of your oral surgery, no matter what the procedure was, was to improve your oral health. After you've gone through the pain, time, and cost of oral surgery, you don't want to do anything to jeopardize the results. That's why you need to look for signs that something is wrong while also making certain you practice good oral health practices. Don't Backslide If you needed oral surgery because of poor oral hygiene, you want to make certain you focus on developing good brushing and flossing practices. Brush at least twice a day and floss at least once a day. You can also use mouthwash. If you're uncertain about how to properly brush, we can teach you. You should also watch how much sugar you're consuming. In addition to having other detrimental effects on your body, eating too many sugary foods will damage your teeth, gums, and mouth. This is especially true if you aren't brushing regularly. Carefully Watch Your MouthWhile most people don't have any issues following oral surgery, there is risk of infection or other problems. That's why you should keep an eye on the surgery site for a few weeks. Note any odd swelling or excessive bleeding, and call us if you have any concerns. It's better to be overly cautious than to later discover there's a problem. Make Your Six-Month CleaningsWe know it can be a pain to schedule your six-month cleanings. You have to take time off work or find someone to watch your young kids. The cleanings themselves can irritate your mouth, especially if you have sensitive gums. But these appointments aren't just for cleanings. They also give us a chance to make certain there's nothing wrong. We often catch issues early during cleanings and can take care of them before you need surgery. If you don't have a cleaning scheduled, call us today to make an appointment....
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Your Oral Health Following Any Type of Oral Surgery Should Be Your First Priority
4/20/2019
How to Prep Your House for Oral Surgery
4/10/2019
Some Teeth Need Splitting to Remove Them
3/20/2019
Snoring is a Problem We Can Often Help You With
3/10/2019
Chronic Sinus Pain Is Something We Can Often Help Treat
2/20/2019
Can You Struggle with Gum Disease Without Natural Teeth? Yes!
2/10/2019
Why Your Jaw May Be Swelling
1/20/2019
What is Endodontic Surgery?
1/10/2019
Oral Surgery Recovery Includes Watching for Infection Signs
12/25/2018
Is Cone Beam Technology Able to Help Improve Your Chances of Dental Implant Success?
12/15/2018
Is a Clicking Jaw Something to Worry About?
11/25/2018
How We Can Help with Diagnosing and Treating Sleep Apnea
11/15/2018
What Benefits Come from a Sinus Lift?
10/25/2018
Unusual TMD Symptoms You May Notice
10/15/2018
Straws and Oral Surgery - Explaining the Danger
9/25/2018
Signs Your Oral Piercing is Getting Infected
9/15/2018
Who is Most at Risk for TMD?
7/20/2018
How Bad Does an Oral Burn Have to Be for an Oral Surgeon to Correct It?
7/10/2018
Impacted Teeth Need Treatment and We Can Help
6/23/2018
How to Manage Bony Growths When They Require Removal
6/13/2018
What Are Symptoms of an Infection After Oral Surgery?
5/23/2018
The Best Foods to Have on Hand Following Any Oral Surgery Procedure
5/13/2018
Tips for Easing Recovery Following Wisdom Tooth Extraction
4/20/2018
Times Where You May Need Nerves Removed from Your Jaw
4/10/2018
What Oral Surgeons Recommend You Do Before Getting Dental Implants
3/23/2018
What Complications Can Come from Bone Graft?
3/13/2018
Foods to Avoid Following Any Major Oral Procedure
2/23/2018
Call Your Oral Surgeon If You Notice the Signs of a Broken Jaw
2/13/2018
Who Is at The Highest Risk of Oral Cancer?
1/25/2018
When to Start Using Heat to Help After Oral Surgery
1/15/2018
Many Oral Surgeons Do Not Prescribe Narcotics Following Oral Surgery
12/23/2017
Managing Pain When Cold Weather Hurts Your Dental Work
12/13/2017
Yogurt Is a Great Food for Oral Surgery Recovery
11/27/2017
Why You Need to Speak With An Oral Surgeon When Ringing In Your Ears Won't Stop
11/17/2017
Difference Between All on 4 and All on 5 Implants
10/25/2017
Dangers of Not Getting Apnea Treated
10/15/2017
Signs of Juvenile Oral Cancer
9/27/2017
Salt Water Rinses Can Help Heal Your Mouth More Quickly
9/17/2017
Can Dentures Be Better Options Than Implants?
8/25/2017
Can a Sinus Lift Fail if You Blow Your Nose?
8/15/2017
Controlling Bleeding Following Oral Surgery Can Be Difficult
7/30/2017
Are You Clenching Your Teeth In Your Sleep?
7/23/2017
How an Oral Surgeon Can Help with a Cleft Palate
6/25/2017
Are All Tooth Extractions Complicated?
6/15/2017
The Pros of Getting All-On-4 Implants
5/27/2017
Safe Activities Following Oral Surgery
5/17/2017
How a Problematic Tooth Could Affect Your Hearing
4/27/2017
Could Your Mouth Be Helped with Surgical Orthodontics?
4/17/2017
The Difference Between an Overbite and Underbite
3/27/2017
Signs You Have a Fractured Tooth
3/17/2017
The Dangers of Jaw Pain after a Car Accident
2/28/2017
Could Something You Eat Cause Pain in Your TMJ?
2/20/2017
Would You Benefit from a Sinus Lift?
1/30/2017
What to Know About Oral Surgery and Exercise
1/20/2017
2013 Dental Study Club Meetings
10/1/2016
2014-2015 Study Club Meeting Announcement
10/1/2016
Annual Summer Party
10/1/2016
Cone Beam Computed Tomography In Dentistry 1 of 3
10/1/2016
Cone Beam Computed Tomography In Dentistry 2 of 3
10/1/2016
Cone Beam Computed Tomography In Dentistry 3 of 3
10/1/2016
Dental Study Club - Meeting Invitation - March 20, 2013
10/1/2016
Dental Study Club Bulletin - Meeting Announcement
10/1/2016
Dental Study Club Invitation NYC Interdisciplinary Study Club - January 22nd 2014
10/1/2016
Dental Study Club Invitation NYC Interdisciplinary Study Club - November 13, 2014
10/1/2016
Dental Study Club: An Invitation To Our 2013 Meetings
10/1/2016
Manhattan Maxillofacial Surgery Group January 23 Study Club Meeting
10/1/2016
Save The Date - Annual Holiday Party
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, February 18, 2015
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, January 21, 2015
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, June 17, 2015
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, March 18, 2015
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, May 20, 2015
10/1/2016
May 18th Study Club
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, November 18, 2015
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, November 19, 2014
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, October 14, 2015
10/1/2016
Study Club Invitation - Wednesday, October 15, 2014
10/1/2016
Study Club Meeting September 12th At Dopo Teatro
10/1/2016
Antibiotic Prophylaxis For The Prevention Of Infective Endocarditis
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