Oral surgery is the branch of dentistry that deals with soft and hard tissue diseases of the oral region, which cannot be resolved with conservative treatment.
Our team will perform surgery efficiently and responsibly, ensuring that that the patient has fast, painless treatment without complications.
Indications for surgery could be problems with eruption of wisdom teeth, cysts or tooth abscess. The procedure is sometimes indicated as pre-prosthetic mouth preparation for optimal position of the prosthesis or as shortening
the attachment of the labial and lingual frenulum.
The most common interventions at our office are:
- Tooth extraction
- Surgical extraction of teeth
- Surgical extraction of impacted wisdom teeth
- Surgical inclusion into the apex of a body structure (apicotomy)
- Jaw cysts removal (cystectomy)
- Augmentation (implementing an artificial bone)
- Ridge leveling
Parodontopathy is the most common cause of tooth loss. Early detection of disease and timely therapy is of utmost imporparotance for a good and predictable therapeutic outcome. When threating Parodontopathy,
It is usually necessary to perform several conservative treatments, remove concrements from the supragingival and subgingival regions, and finally instruct the patient about further regular hygiene and arrange for periodic
Surgical treatment is undertaken when the disease is diagnosed in an advanced phase, with bone defects and receding gums that form “pockets”, decay of the bone ridge and teeth mobility.
Symptoms and consequences of periodontal disease are the accumulation of dental plaque, inflammation of the gingiva (gums enlarged, red, swollen), the feeling of a foreign body between teeth, the
gingival bleeding, receding gums, bone resorption, gingival pockets, bad breath, tooth migration, tooth decay and, in the end, tooth loss.
Periodontal disease therapy
- Removing soft and firm deposits from the teeth (scaling)
- Treatment of periodontal pockets
- Acute periodontal abscess therapy (drainage)
- Flap procedure