Oral surgery

In some dental cases, surgery may be required to stop the infection from spreading. The most common cases where surgical procedures may be needed are tooth extraction, (mostly wisdom-teeth), replacement of missing teeth with implants, removal of apical root-cysts, bone replacement, and sinus lift if the remaining bone mass is no longer sufficient to place the implant in. Interventions require special attention, which is carried out at our clinic by local anesthesia, yielding the shortest healing time.

Tooth extraction

One of the most common oral surgery procedures is tooth extraction. The last resort is the extraction of teeth, which are caused by advanced caries or abnormal wisdom teeth location.  Such intervention is carried out with the great expertise in preserving the surrounding areas. After the necessary teeth are extracted, it is possible and is suggested to replace the missing teeth for functional or aesthetic reasons.

Implantation 

The most up-to-date method of replacing lost teeth are dental implants. Such procedure replaces the missing tooth with an artificial root placed into the jaw along with a crown placement above the gingiva. The advantage to this is that it is not necessary to grind down the surrounding teeth. For more detailed information about the procedure, please refer to our“implant”menu.

Cyst Removal Surgery

A cysts is characterized by a steady accumulation of fluid within. Generally, they do not cause pain, many times they are only discovered via periapical and panopramic X-rays. They are usually found in bone or soft tissues.  Tooth-derived cysts may cause the teeth to move or ovulate to the surface, so their removal is necessary.

Bone replacement surgeries, sinus lift

Loss of bone can be caused by traumas, tumors, cysts and bone diseases. Bone replacement interventions are mainly to replace missing bone needed for a sound placement of the implant. During surgery, the missing amount of bone is replaced, which is necessary for lasting implants.