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Oral Surgery

Along with our primary specialties of implantology, prosthodontics, and endodontics, our dentists also provide oral surgical procedures like cyst removal and wisdom tooth extraction.

What is oral surgery?

In order to correct and/or resolve a medical or aesthetic dental issue involving the teeth, gums, or jaw and thereby restore your ideal smile, oral or dental surgery is a clinical procedure often carried out by an oral surgeon. Wisdom tooth extraction, cyst removal, apicectomies, and other surgical treatments in dentistry performed on the jaw are common dental surgical procedures.

Who can benefit from oral surgery?

Dental patients who experience gum inflammation, swelling, or pain from their wisdom teeth, which is more common in the lower jaw than the upper jaw, may think about having the affected wisdom teeth extracted during dental surgery if it has been determined, following an initial consultation, that they are the source of the current severe discomfort.

Once the cyst has been detected, a cystectomy is typically advised as the following quick therapeutic step because, if left untreated, it keeps growing and dental surgery is now the only option for elimination.

What occurs during an oral procedure?

Our dentist will diagnose your wisdom teeth's condition, as well as any cysts or infections that may be present, after your initial consultation at our dentist clinic.

Utilizing our cutting-edge 3D X-ray equipment, your dentist will take an X-ray to identify the most effective dental treatment strategy you can both agree upon.

In order to lower the risk of infection following an oral surgery, you should visit the dental hygienist ideally before any surgical procedure.

You may relax knowing that before the procedure starts, a local anaesthetic will be administered to numb the afflicted tooth and the gums around it.

Small incisions can be used to provide access to the area, helping to remove the damaged tooth or tissue effectively.

You can experience pressure while your dentist removes the problematic tooth from its socket by slightly expanding it to make extraction easier, which is especially common with wisdom teeth.

After surgery, let your dentist seal the wound with dissolving or non-resorbable stitches as necessary, go over your aftercare instructions, and set up a time for your next check-up.



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Root Canal Treatment

Root canal procedures are necessary when the the soft tissue located inside the root canal, becomes irritated.

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