Many times procedures beyond our routine performed dental procedures are required. This is where oral surgical procedures step in. Backed by advanced tools and high-quality materials, these procedures can solve your complex oro-dental problems and yield lifelong results.
Oral Surgery is an umbrella term that encompasses all the surgical procedures performed to treat complicated dental problems, many of them involving the jawbone and your gums. These are performed by a specialised dentist who has received years of intensive training to perform such procedures. Varying from case to case, these procedures may involve specialists such as oral and maxillofacial surgeons, endodontists, or periodontists.CALL US NOW!
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» Impacted Wisdom Teeth: Sometimes, our wisdom molars may emerge improperly, leading to crowding or incomplete eruption. In such a scenario, the tooth has to be removed to prevent damage to nearby teeth and relieve pain. The process will involve the use of local anaesthesia and requires the removal of a thin section of your jaw bone around the root of the impacted tooth.
» Tooth Implants: Dental Implants are used extensively to replace missing teeth and restore their esthetic as well as functional ability. The Implant post is placed inside your jaw bone under sterile and pain-free conditions. This is followed by fusion of the post with the jaw bone with subsequent abutment and crown fixation.CALL US NOW!
» Orthognathic surgeries: These are jaw corrective surgeries aimed at improving a defective bite or jaw alignment. They may reposition either upper / lower jaw or chin to improve facial cosmetics and enhance oral functions.
» Bone/gum grafts: Sometimes before an Implant placement your jaw may require additional support due to poor bone structure. In this situation, your dentist equips you with a bone graft to ensure proper support for the Implant support.
Similarly, gum grafts help to restore your gingival health by covering up a periodontally diseased tooth.
» Root end surgeries: Also called apicoectomy, this procedure aims at treating a failed or complicated root canal. A failed RCT may result in extrusion of infection below the root tip leading to a painful abscess or granuloma formation. To save the teeth, we will remove the infected root tip and fill up the remaining space with an inert material.
Oral surgical procedures have to be avoided in certain conditions when the weight of risks is greater as compared to the benefits of the surgery. Be careful to inform us about the following at the time of treatment planning:
» Allergy to General anaesthesia: If your body does not react well to general anaesthesia, update your dentist so that he might switch to alternatives of local anaesthesia, regional blocks or intravenous sedation.
» High Blood Pressure: when your BP shoots to 180mmHg or higher in the systolic range/above 110mmHg or higher in the diastolic range. Inform your dentist so that they can weigh the pros and cons of the surgery.
» Extensive bone necrosis/death
» Any cancerous condition might metastasize if such a surgery is carried out.
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- Lara Krumm(Germany)