Modern surgical dentistry is able to effectively solve a wide range of tasks related to surgical intervention on soft and hard tissues in the oral cavity.
The number of types of surgical interventions and methods of their implementation in the oral cavity is quite large. Among the main surgical procedures in our clinics are the following:
- tooth-saving procedures and operations
- treatment of periostitis (flux)
- complete or partial tooth extraction
- pericoronitis therapy
- wisdom tooth extraction
- various paradontological operations
- plastic shortened frenulum of tongue
- plastic shortened lip frenulum
- implementation of dental implantation and related osteoplastic and reconstructive interventions
Medlife clinics are equipped with everything necessary for performing various surgical operations in the field of dentistry. In addition to the world's best surgical instruments from Hu-Friedy, there is a surgical laser and a special ultrasonic knife with a piezo allowing to most carefully remove the most complex teeth.
Tooth extraction (tooth root removal) is the most famous surgical procedure in the oral cavity. Its essence lies in the removal of a tooth or part of it from the jaw bone with the help of special instruments adapted for different teeth and different situations in the oral cavity.
Our dental surgeons make the removal of teeth of any complexity:
Dystopian teeth (roots)
Resorbed teeth (roots)
Wisdom teeth removal
Root teeth (roots)
Indications for tooth extraction:
Destruction of the crown or subgingival part of the tooth; it is impossible to save the tooth either with the help of therapy (to establish a seal) or with the help of orthopedics (to put the stump tab and cover with a crown).
Dystopian teeth (out of place).
The inclination of the teeth, the extension that interferes with the prosthetics or / and injury to the adjacent soft tissues, which is typical of the wisdom teeth.
Fracture of the tooth root (due to injury).
Difficulty of access for treatment (for wisdom teeth).
Inability or non-effectiveness of endodontic treatment (root canal treatment).
Contraindications for tooth extraction:
Cardiovascular diseases in the stage of decompensation.
Recently myocardial infarction.
Acute viral respiratory infections.
Stomatitis and other infections in the oral cavity.
Exacerbation of mental illness.
Diabetes mellitus in the stage of decompensation.
After the removal of the tooth, one must refrain from eating for two hours and throughout the day – from the hot food.
Do not warm the cheek in the area of the extracted tooth.
Refrain from taking hot baths.
Brush your teeth no earlier than the next day after tooth extraction.
Try to eat on the opposite side of the extracted tooth.
Do not touch the hole with the tongue and any objects.