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Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery is a surgical specialty that treats illnesses, injuries, and deformities in the hard and soft tissues of the head, neck, face, and jaws. This specialisation includes operations such as dentoalveolar surgery, dental implants, face reconstruction, lesion excision, and biopsy, to mention a few.

Dentoalveolar Surgery is the surgical treatment of illnesses of the teeth and their supporting hard and soft structures. The most common operation performed at a dental clinic is dental extractions.

Our oral surgeons have additional training and education beyond that of a dentist.


The most prevalent concern of the patient is the pain connected with the extractions. At our dental department, we make certain that the operation is as painless and comfortable as possible.

A full medical and dental history is gathered prior to the treatment. To facilitate a smooth healing process following the treatment, all medications are specified. Patients who have diabetes, heart problems, or are pregnant must tell the dentist ahead of time.

The dentist will numb the area with local anaesthesia before the extraction to ensure that the patient feels no discomfort. Once the tooth is numb, the dentist uses an elevator to loosen it and then removes it with a force. In certain more sophisticated treatments, the dentist may need to make a tiny cut in the gum to expose and remove the tooth.

The patient might anticipate feeling the pressure but no pain would be felt throughout the operation. Stitches may be necessary following extractions in some circumstances to aid with recovery. The time and level of discomfort are determined by the procedure's intricacy. The dentist will prescribe any drugs that are required to keep the patient comfortable.

Dental Implants

Teeth play an important role in our appearance. A missing tooth can make an individual look older than their actual age. To treat this problem for Individuals who have lost some or all of their teeth and require replacement, a Dental Implant is a great option. It is a treatment that serves as a basis for natural teeth.

Types of Dental Implants

There are several types of dental implants that you can choose from, and the type that is best for you will depend on your individual needs and situation. There are two types of dental implant procedures:

  • Endosteal Implant, which is placed directly into the jawbone. This type of implant is usually used for people who are missing one or more teeth. Another type of dental implant is the
  • Subperiosteal Implant, which is placed under the gum tissue but on top of the jawbone. This type of implant is often used for people who have lost all of their teeth.
  • Procedure of Dental Implant

    For the dental implant process, consult with our dentist to see if you are a good candidate for implants. Once it is determined that you are a good candidate, post that a CT scan of your mouth and jaw is done in order to create a detailed 3D image. This image helps our oral surgeon plan the placement of your implant.

    After the implant site has been determined, the next step is surgery. During surgery, the metal post is inserted into the jawbone. Once the implant has fused with the bone,our dentist will call you for the prosthetic tooth or crown placed on top of the implant.

    The entire dental implant process can take several months, but the results are worth it! Dental implants provide patients a long term foundation that is strong and stable.

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