WHAT IS A DENTAL SURGERY?
In a way, dental surgery is a highly specific field which basically serves to repair deformations and cure illnesses. It also serves to finalise treatment if conservative non-invasive treatment is ineffective.
WHAT DOES DENTAL SURGERY INCLUDE?
Dental surgery can effectively deal with congenital deformations, such as deformed teeth or jaws. However, it also deals with acquired illnesses.
WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF DENTAL SURGERY?
Dental surgery mostly deals with congenital deformations which can be repaired by a surgery. Often, teeth are aesthetically as well as functionally perfect afterwards. However, things get just a little trickier with acquired illnesses or deformations, as these are often the result of client’s own actions. Postponing the treatment also only makes things worse.
WHY DO WE RECOMMEND DENTAL SURGERY?
Performing the surgery on time may be crucial for your health. The illness can transform itself into a focal infection and spread to other organs: the ear, eye or jaw cavities. Unfortunately, your brain is also rather close and may be effected.
Cooperation of the client is therefore crucial, as the illness needs to be stopped while it is in the oral cavity.
DOES DENTAL SURGERY CONCERN ME IF I’M INTERESTED IN DENTAL IMPLANTS?
Yes and all the more if your teeth are not in a good shape. In this case, proper preparation is necessary before we insert the implant to make sure the whole treatment is successful.
Surgical extraction of some teeth or bone graft may be needed, for example. If your upper jaw is augmented in this way, it becomes stronger. Augmentation is performed to make sure the implant is inserted and accepted with no problems.