Oral Surgery

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Dental Extraction

Dental extraction is the removal of the teeth from the dental alveous. Extractions are commonly performed on teeth that are decayed or broken, or in cases where the mouth does not have space for tooth – as in the case with most wisdom teeth extractions, or extractions performed in conjunction to orthodontic treatment. While patients may be in pain prior to extraction, the actual procedure using anesthetic practically painless and does not necessitate big recovery times.

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Periocoronitis is a dental disorder in which the gum tissue becomes swollen and infected around wisdom teeth. Periocoronites symptoms include pain, unbearable bad taste, swelling in the lymph nodes and difficulty opening the mouth. In the case the pain is severe and cannot be remedied by the dentist using antibiotics, it is necessary to perform oral surgery to remove gum flap or wisdom tooth.

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Root Apex Resection
Root apex resection is done when conventional root canal treatment is not sufficient to save infected tooth. The inflammation of the area around root apex generally results from pulpitis. The treatment procedure involves removing the root apex and inflamed tissue. The root filling is then cemented to close the root again. Local anesthetic makes the procedure comfortable and painless. The tooth is saved and the patient is able to return to his activities the next day.
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Sinus Lift

Sinus Lift surgery adds bones to the upper jaw in the area of molars and premolars. The procedure performed to prepare a site for a dental implant. Undergoing sinus lift surgery has been shown to greatly increase the chances for successful implants that can last for years to come. The patient experience minimal discomfort during the procedure.


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