The oral surgery services induce feelings of anxiety to the patient, but they are always performed professionally in our clinic and with as little discomfort as possible, and on request, we can perform them with inhalation sedation. The surgical techniques being associated with an oral rehabilitation complex treatment, are often accompanied by the application of prosthetics, dentures, or dental implants.
Because the dental surgeries should not be associated with pain and fear, our specialists follow and create a pleasant, stress-free, and safe environment. The patients will be monitored throughout the surgery using pulse-oximeters that are designed to measure vital signs, to detect certain heart problems, or fluctuations of oxygen in the breath.
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It is a bone augmentation surgical procedure, made in the maxillary sinus, when there is not enough bone to place a dental implant. Loss of the upper premolars and molars causes alveolar ridge resorption (bone deficit) in the area and volumetric expansion of the maxillary sinus, bone addition below the sinus membrane, becoming necessary for dental prosthesis on dental implants.
Usually, the sinus lifting is made before the procedure to insert the implants to allow bone healing but there are cases when both interventions can be performed in the same session when the bone slab is at least 2-3 mm.
Included teeth extraction
Included teeth extraction (the teeth that failed to erupt fully or partially on the arch) is another intervention performed by the oral-maxilla-facial surgeon. The included teeth can create feelings of discomfort: dental crowding, painful sensation, accidental bites of the jaw during speech or mastication.
The included / semi-included teeth appear due to the lack of space necessary for eruption on the arch, especially concerning the wisdom teeth. To prevent the complications is necessary to remove them.
Gingival - osteoplasty
Gingival plasty is the surgical procedure to reshape the healthy gums surrounding the teeth, for aesthetic purpose.
Most of the times, the gingival plasty surgery is preceded by gingivectomy. Basically, first is carried out the resection of the inflamed gum tissue or hyperplasia, then the remaining gingival margins are reshaped to obtain a result as close as possible to the natural appearance.
Are defined by modeling or removal of labial and lingual frenullum through surgery. These ae surgical procedures that remove or reposition the frenulum - that tissue that is intended to restrict the movement of lips or tongue. The procedure can be performed under local anesthesia or inhalation sedation. In the mouth there are three frenullums: under the tongue, attached to the floor of the cavity, between the gum and lower lip, and between the gum and the upper lip.
The classical frenectomy procedure through incision lasts about ten - fifteen minutes and is fully healed within 2 weeks.
The laser frenectomy has several advantages both in terms of intervention (instant hemostasis, reduced postoperative inflammation ...), and in terms of healing that takes place in a shorter time.