The best way to replace lost teeth is with dental implants, which provide maximum aesthetic and functional comfort, even for the most demanding patients!

Oral surgery includes both surgical and conservative treatment of benign diseases, irregularities, and trauma in the oral cavity, jaws, and surrounding structures. These structures are significantly connected to the functions of the oral cavity and chewing. It also involves the implantation of foreign biocompatible materials into the jawbones using anesthesia.

Certain oral surgical procedures play a significant role in preventing specific irregularities (orthodontic anomalies). For this purpose, surgical exposure of unerupted teeth can be performed to enable their alignment in the dental arch, representing primary prevention. However, oral surgical interventions are most commonly performed to treat certain diseases or irregularities, namely secondary prevention. Examples include the extraction of impacted teeth, apicoectomy, cystectomy, removal of benign tumors, and treatment of injuries to soft, bone, and dental tissues.

Oral surgery is also used in the rehabilitation of dental patients, namely tertiary prevention when operations from the domain of pre-prosthetic surgery and implantology are applied.

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Ridge augmentationThe part of the jaw where teeth roots are located is called alveolar ridge. The alveolar ridge is resorbed in the case of periodontitis or after the extraction of a tooth.

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Frenulum is a small fold of tissue which connects the lip or tongue with the floor of the oral cavity. Frenectomy is a routine procedure which is done if the frenulum is tied to the gums. By doing it, gum recession and periodontitis in that area are prevented.

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A great deal of people does not have enough room for these teeth in their jaws.A short explanation: Which teeth are wisdom teeth? Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to appear, approximately from 18th to 25th year.

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Teeth are held in place by a root that is integrated into the jaw bone. The end or top of every root is called apex. Nerves and blood vessels come into the tooth over it.

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Cysts are patological cavities coated with tissue and filled with liquid. They can develop in both jaws and in the soft tissue (mouth, cheek) .Dental cysts appear as a reaction of your organism to the constant infection that comes through the dental pulp which is infected.

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Most oral surgical interventions can be successfully performed under local anesthesia. However, in cases of extreme fear and a very low pain threshold, sedation may be applied.

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