Surgical TherapySafe, Painless and Fast
Extraction of teeth and wisdom teeth that have not erupted
Oral surgical procedures are considered simple procedures conducted by local anesthesia. Sometimes, if the need arises, the patient may be just sedated.
A common problem is unerupted teeth, usually wisdom teeth. There are many reasons for this phenomenon, such as insufficient space to accommodate all the teeth or the appearance of certain obstacles in the way of teeth eruption. In order to ensure the health and normal functioning of the other teeth, and to prevent severe inflammation that can occur due to the bad position of partially erupted teeth, their removal is necessary. Surgical removal of such teeth is today completely painless and safe method, and recovery is fast and successful.
Surgical treatment of tooth roots
Chronic inflammation at the top of the tooth root and cysts in the jaws are today solved operatively with predictable and long-term success.
Surgical measures are used to treat various abnormalities of bone and soft tissue that may occur in patients after long-term wearing of prostheses or in whom tissue replacement is required in order to ensure the conditions for adequate prosthetic therapy.