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Chosen Dental Surgery services provided by our Clinic:

  • Painfree caries treatment

  • Painfree teeth pulling (extraction)

  • „Wisdom” teeth extractions

  • Implants

  • Maxillary sinus surgery

  • Exposure of impacted teeth

  • Plastic surgery of frenulum of the upper and lower lip

  • Clinical crown elongation

  • Sinus lift Guided bone regeneration (regeneration of atrophic bone)

  • Covering receding gums

  • Abscess treatment

  • Surgical extraction of a tooth root

  • Root tip resection

  • Tooth hemisection

Dental surgery is a medical specialization supporting other branches of stomatology, e.g. endodontics (root canal treatment), orthodontics, periodontology (treatment of periodontium diseases) or prosthetics. Dental surgery comprises treatment out of hospital and can be carried out in comfortable environment of our Clinic.

For many Patients simple extraction may be a source of fear, so no wander that complicated names of surgical treatment cause Patients’ anxiety and make them avoid a surgeon and postpone the visit. After the treatment it usually turns out that “the devil is not so black as he is painted”…

Considering your safety, and comfort all treatment at our Clinic is carried out using modern methods of local anaesthesia, e.g. The Wand - computer controlled anaesthesia, and in justified cases in general anaesthesia administered by an experienced anaesthesiologist. In the beginning we will inform you about the detailed treatment plan and diagnostic procedures (X-ray, panoramic or tomography) and later we try to explain in detail the surgical procedure, the order of procedure and what should be done before the treatment and after the treatment.

The broad range of specialist treatment by our maxillofacial surgeon include, among others:

  • Extraction of a broken or impacted tooth in the jaw or mandible bone, the tooth which was left after an earlier attempt to extract it – this treatment refers in particular to multirooted teeth.

  • Extraction of an impacted wisdom tooth – impacted „wisdom tooth” it is an anatomically correctly formed tooth, which is stuck in the jaw or mandible and because of various reasons it is nor able to come out naturally. The most common reason is that there is not enough room for the emerging wisdom teeth in the dental arch. The impacted teeth are extracted (removed) as they are causing many unpleasant symptoms, such as: acute pain, recurring inflammation, lockjaw, abscesses, cysts, and crowding or movement of the front teeth.

  • Resection of root apex – it is carried after root canal treatment and it is intended to remove the root tip with infected tissue, eg a big granuloma or a cyst. The treatment is carried out in the teeth with one or two roots and it safes the tooth from extraction. The teeth indicated for this treatment are such teeth where there is chronic infection (granuloma, cysts or chronic apical abscesses) and there is no possibility to carry out accurate root canal treatment.

  • Hemisection – it is a process of separating and removing a part of the crown and the root, where there is chronic infection in the surrounding bone and the second part of the crown and tooth is completely healthy so leaving it guarantees maintaining healthy tissues for many years.

  • Sinus lift – is a surgery performed to prepare the Patients for future placement of dental implants (too low sinus membrane) – whose sinus membrane has to be lifted to make room for enough of the bone for the implant to be safely placed. In the treatment some bone is added in a controlled way in the lifted membrane. Where the bone is to be reconstructed special material is placed (synthetic bone). After a few months from the surgery the material turns into proper bone of the alveolar ridge of the jaw. The bone then is thick enough and of suitable quality to introduce an implant. It is then an initial surgical treatment in the process of placing an implant.

  • Cyst enucleation – in other words removal of a pathological lump containing liquid, which was growing for a while not causing any symptoms but it is pathological. With time the cyst around a root starts to weaken the root tissue and finally destroy it.

  • Resection of mucosal fold – it is a surgery of removal of a movable, overgrown piece of gum in the area of alveolar ridge of the jaw and mandible. It considerably improves the anatomy of the mouth cavity before starting prosthetic treatment.

  • Exposure of impacted permanent teeth following orthodontic indications – involves exposing the masticatory surface or the cutting edge of the crown above the gum level. After this treatment it is possible to correct the tooth position in the arch with the permanent appliance (braces). The treatment is mainly for impacted wisdom teeth and canine teeth.

  • Plastic surgery of frenulum of the upper teeth – it is microsurgery that involves cutting or correction of too short or overgrown thick band of tissue ling between the upper front teeth and back part of the upper lip. Anatomic defects of frenulum such as overgrowth or deformity may lead to creation of a gap between upper incisors teeth (first incisors) called diastema or cause inflammation (gathering of food remains) and retraction of gums, finally resulting in teeth exposed necks and crowns affecting the patient’s occlusion. There is one more indication for this surgery – speech therapy. If some speech disorders (difficulties with pronunciation of alveolar consonants) could not be eliminated through speech therapy then plastic surgery of frenulum is an effective and successful solution.

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