Oral Surgery


Oral Surgery  

Oral surgery encompasses a variety of surgical procedures aimed at diagnosing and treating intricate dental and facial conditions. These procedures are conducted by skilled oral surgeons who possess extensive training and expertise in handling delicate oral and maxillofacial situations.

Millions of people all over the world suffer with tooth loss due to decay, general wear, injury, or periodontal disease. In previous years, individuals with one or more missing teeth were treated with a removable partial or full denture, or a dental bridge supported by prepared surrounding teeth.

Missing teeth can result in aesthetic problems especially in individuals with missing front teeth visible along their natural smile line. For those suffering from missing back teeth may tend to ignore treatment as it is not visible, not causing any problems, or due to budget or other reasons. However, over time, the empty area of the missing tooth increases the risk of clicking sounds of the oral joints. Additionally, drifting and tipping of the adjacent teeth may occur which can lead to bone loss, gum disease, decay, and eventually tooth loss.

Thanks to the advancements in dental care, Dental implant treatment is recognized as the most successful treatment for missing teeth because of the high survival rate of more than 94.0% over a period of 13 years. Dental implants are considered the “standard treatment procedure” today for missing teeth because the jawbone integrates with the titanium implant providing a strong base for the new dental crown which results in a stable and firm replacement that looks, feels, and functions just like natural teeth.


Single implant retained crown restorations are the most natural tooth resembling restorations. The main advantage of choosing a single tooth implant is that it does not impact any of the neighboring teeth, ensuring their wellbeing is maintained. As the implant replaces both the natural tooth and the root, it also allows for the bone in the gums to be better preserved. Furthermore, the implant supported dental crown is prepared and shaded to match your neighboring teeth. A single tooth dental implant is the ideal long-term solution to replace the tooth without jeopardizing the surrounding teeth.

Additional treatments that may require oral surgery are:

Tooth Extractions: Ranging from routine extractions to more complex cases involving impacted or damaged teeth. Learn about the importance of these procedures in maintaining oral health.

Oral Pathology: Diagnoses and treats oral diseases, including cysts, tumors, and lesions. Understand the role of early detection and intervention in promoting oral health.

Wisdom Teeth Removal: A common procedure to prevent complications such as impaction, pain, and misalignment. 

Pre-Prosthetic Surgery: Preparing the oral environment for successful placement of dental prosthetics like dentures or implants.

TMJ Disorders: Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, which can cause discomfort and affect jaw function.

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