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Dental Surgery


When a tooth has suffered extensive damage due to decay, fractures, or loss of bone, or when the long-term outlook is unfavorable, dental extractions may be necessary. Extractions can be either straightforward or surgical procedures and typically involve the administration of local anesthesia.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

At the moment, many individuals still have wisdom teeth, and there are various situations in which their removal is recommended. These cases include issues related to tooth alignment, insufficient space, preventive measures, poor hygiene, dental caries, and more. We recommend removing wisdom teeth starting at the age of 16 years old. The best period to remove the wisdom teeth is between 16 and 20 years old. We do offer oral sedation to give you a more pleasant experience.

Bone Graft (Socket Preservation)

After a dental extraction, this surgical procedure is undertaken to fill the void created by the removed tooth. It utilizes cadaveric bone from either another human or an animal source to reduce bone loss during the healing phase, especially in anticipation of procedures like dental implant placement.

Gum Graft

Gingival recession (gum recession) can be attributed to a variety of factors, such as periodontitis (gum disease), the positioning of teeth (a tooth being displaced within the dental arch), trauma (aggressive brushing or friction from lip or tongue piercings), a thinner natural or genetically thinner gum biotype, and more. Moreover, various types of gum grafts are available to enhance gum thickness and, in certain instances, to partially cover exposed tooth roots. This is done with the aim of arresting or slowing down the recession process and offering improved protection for the teeth.

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