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Oral surgery

Oral surgery is any of a number of medical procedures that involve artificially modifying dentition; in other words, surgery of the teeth, gums and jaw bones.

Tooth extraction is the most common dental surgery procedure and is performed by a dentist or oral surgeon and is a relatively quick outpatient procedure with either local, general, intravenous anesthesia, or a combination. Removing visible teeth is a simple extraction. Teeth that are broken, below the surface, or impacted require a more involved and complicated procedure. However first of all we will have a look at every situation individually and evaluate if tooth extraction is absolutely needed, in some cases it is possible to save the tooth by different kinds of treatments. In the long run, having your own natural teeth is more beneficial health wise and financially.

The most common reasons to have a tooth removed:

  • severe tooth decay;
  • periodontal diseases;     
  • a fractured tooth;
  • treatment of the malocclusion;
  • wisdom tooth removal.

More and more often wisdom teeth fail to erupt or only partially emerge and come in crooked, which leads to painful crowding and disease. In this case the extraction of such wisdom teeth is recommended as they may cause the following conditions: crowding of the other teeth, particularly the front ones; dissolution of the adjacent tooth root; temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain or discomfort; preparing mouth cavity for prosthetic treatment.

Mouth surgery services:

  1. Complicated or surgical removal of wisdom or other teeth
  2. Surgical removal of non-cut teeth or embryos of teeth
  3. Tongue and lip bow plastics
  4. Resections of the apex of dental roots
  5. Surgical treatment of various inflammatory diseases of teeth
  6. Dental implantation
  7. Soft tissue plastics ( gums plastics )