Dental Surgery

Tooth extraction or implants? In these cases, among others, you may need a dental surgery.

Dental surgery is a highly specialized field of dentistry that involves surgical procedures to treat various dental and oral conditions. It can be necessary for several reasons, such as tooth extraction when the damage or decay has gone beyond repair, which makes it a common procedure in this area.

Another reason why you may need dental surgery is if you require artificial tooth roots known as dental implants. The placement of these implants requires an intricate surgical process performed by experienced professionals who have undergone extensive training.

Jaw misalignment issues like TMJ disorders and sleep apnea are also treated through jaw surgeries under the expertise of skilled surgeons with specialization in this domain.

Gum disease treatment using gum surgery helps prevent complications like gum recession and eventual loss of teeth due to infections caused by inadequate hygiene practices over time. Root canal therapy treats severe pulp infection or damages within your teeth’s root structure effectively while ensuring minimal discomfort during recovery periods post-surgery

Oral health restoration alongside proper mouth function improvement remains our primary goal at all times throughout any given operation carried out on patients undergoing Dental Surgery from qualified experts trained specifically for performing them professionally!

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Dental Surgery

FAQ

What is a dental surgery?

Dental procedures include tooth extractions, gum surgery, dental implants and jaw reconstruction. Some procedures are considered minor and are performed under local anesthesia, while others may require sedation or general anesthesia.

How many teeth can be surgically removed?

Generally, one or more teeth may be removed during a dental procedure. In some cases, such as a complete extraction or jaw surgery, all teeth in one or both jaws must be removed. This may require multiple dental visits.

What are the cons of dental surgery?

The disadvantages of dental surgery include:
Disadvantages of dental surgery can include pain and discomfort, as well as swelling and bruising. As with any surgical procedure, there is a risk of infection, and bleeding can occur. In some cases, dental procedures can damage the nerves in the mouth and cause numbness, tingling or other sensations.

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