Dental oral surgery
We offer a wide range of dental treatments based on the latest technology to make your smile more aesthetic.
To create the smile you desire; We can turn your dream smile into reality with applications such as tooth shaping, teeth whitening, dental implants, laminated (leaf porcelain), emax and porcelain bondings. We design the smile that best suits your face, the way you smile and even your personality.
Should a wisdom tooth be extracted?
Wisdom teeth should be extracted when they cause pain. Your existing molars are sufficient for chewing. Most people's mouths are too small to accommodate four extra molars. If your wisdom teeth have enough room to settle into a healthy position, they may not need to be extracted, but this is rare. In most cases, wisdom teeth grow sideways and put pressure on other teeth. A wisdom tooth may be impacted or trapped under the gum tissue, in which case surgical intervention is necessary.
Conditions caused by wisdom teeth:
They may damage the roots of neighboring molars.
They can create infections that can lead to tooth decay or gum disease.
They may cause cyst and tumor formation.
Wisdom teeth need to be extracted before these problems occur. Doing so can prevent future damage and discomfort to your existing teeth and healthy tissues.
Dental surgery types
The scope of dental surgery includes:
- Diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity (the mouth), including the teeth and gums
- Diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the jaws (the bones that support the teeth)
- Diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the facial bones and soft tissues (the muscles and skin that cover the face)
Dental surgery is performed by dentists who have completed advanced training in this specialty. The training is typically a four-year residency program after dental school.
Dental surgery can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions, including:
- Tooth decay
- Gum disease
- Oral infections
- TMJ disorders
- Impacted teeth
- Missing teeth
- Crooked teeth