Dental surgery can effectively correct congenital deformities, but it also deals with the treatment of acquired diseases. It is a specialized branch that is concerned with any surgical procedures performed on the teeth, jaws and soft tissues of the oral cavity. A dental consultation ensures patients are informed about all the procedures, why it is necessary to perform them and how the whole process will take place.
Patients are also informed about anaesthesia and recommendations for the next days after the procedure. Our dental surgeon will perform both simple and surgical tooth extractions. If conservativenon-invasive dental treatment is unsuccessful, there is time to approach dental surgery.
Congenital deformities can often be repaired by surgical corrections until complete aesthetic and functional rehabilitation. The situation is more complicated with acquired diseases or deformities, as the client often causes them himself and by postponing the procedure, the condition gets worse.
Planning ahead of the procedure can be the key to your health. Oral disease can spread from the focus of the infection to other organs – ears, eyes, upper jaw, and the brain which is close by. The key is therefore the cooperation of each client in order to stop the disease in the oral cavity.
Dental surgery may concern you even if you have an interest in dental implants and in case your teeth are not in perfect condition. In such a case, the implant insertion is preceded by thorough preparation, which guarantees that the whole procedure will be successful. Surgical tooth extraction or a bone graft may be required. The bone grafting procedure of the upper jaw helps to strengthen and stabilize that area of the jaw and is performed to ensure the following insertion and acceptance of the implant without any problems.