In our offices, we perform, among others:
1. Tooth extraction
Surgical tooth extraction is a relatively common dental procedure. Tooth extraction is recommended primarily when the tooth is so damaged that it cannot be saved.
The removed tooth can be replaced with an implant, bridge or prosthesis.
2. Controlled tissue reconstruction
A procedure performed by a dental surgeon, which includes placing a special membrane over the damaged bone, stimulating the growth of a new bone tissue.
3. Different types of bone refilling:
Some upper teeth use the same bone space as sinuses (nose voids). If one of the upper teeth is lost or removed, the bone around where it was located may shrink. After the dentist has moved the sinus membrane higher and away from the jaw, a filling material is placed in its place. This technique allows implants to be placed in the back of the upper jaw as well.
Maintenance of alveolar ridges
When a tooth is lost, there is a gap or slot in which the root was located. The bone around this area begins to shrink and move away from the place a gap is. Preservation of the alveolars involves filling this place with a special material, most often in the form of granules. The substitute material stimulates the growth of a new bone which forms a strong foundation for the implant.
Reconstruction of alveolar ridges
Dental surgery also allows reconstructing the ridge. Face nerves make have sensation in our lips and chin. Sometimes this nerve needs to be moved in order to make room for the implant.
Our services also include:
1. Plastic surgery of the frenulum
It applies to both hypertrophy and incorrect attachment of the frenulum. Such defects can cause problems with the pronunciation of some sounds, as well as problems with maintaining the upper prosthesis or gum recession. Many people choose frenulum surgery also for purely aesthetic reasons.
2. Treatment of gingivitis
At an advanced stage of the disease, the treatment of gingivitis requires dental surgery performed under anesthesia.
3. Surgical removal of infected teeth
Extraction in such cases can save the patient from many diseases, including damage to the heart and kidneys.
4. Resection of the canal
A procedure in the field of dental surgery involving the extraction of infected tissues by cutting off the root apex.
5. Implantation of implants
Filling cavities with crowns, bridges and more.