Oral surgery

Oral surgery, or odontostomatology surgeryconcerns all oral cavity interventions for the treatment of those pathologies that cannot be solved by other methods.

Oral cavity surgeries can be classified into two categories:

  • interventions of minor oral surgery
  • interventions complexes

Small Surgery

In this type of intervention we find:

  • l'tooth extraction That you need to remove for various reasons
  • the extraction of the wisdom teeth
  • operations at lingual or labial frenulum

One of the most frequent cases of minor surgery is thewisdom teeth extraction which, very often, do not have enough space to come out of the gum; if necessary, the oral surgeon will extract the wisdom tooth with a short intervention generally under local anesthesia.

Complex surgery

Cysts and granulomas form as a result of severe inflammation, usually due to poor oral hygiene; oral surgeries aimed at eliminating them differ depending on the cause of the inflammation:

  • apicectomy: removal of the infected area of the root
  • curettageRemoval of all infected tissue
  • retrograde blockagefilling of the remaining tooth root

Among the more complex surgeriesthen there are the installationsThese are structures, generally made of titanium, which are perfectly integrated with the bone tissue and which have the function of smaintaining dentures (mobile or fixed).

To be properly placed, implants must establish themselves perfectly on the patient's bone: when this is not possible due to scarcity of bone tissue, the latter must be reconstructed with synthetic materials through oral surgery.

Since this is outpatient surgery, all these types of interventions are carried out in our facility without any risk to your health: Thanks to new dental techniques and the use of local anesthesia, in fact, it is possible to Approach these operations calmly and completely painlessly.

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