In Perfect Smile Dental Clinic we offer a full range of treatments concerning dental surgery. We lay stress on the painless realization of treatments through the use of high quality local anesthesia.
By dental surgery we do not only mean a tooth extraction, as it is the branch of dentistry that deals with the treatment of many other diseases of oral cavity. Many procedures are preceded by a special three-dimensional computer diagnostics, performed in our clinic, with the use of 3D Moritas’ CT scanner.
The staff of Perfect Smile Clinic have a necessary experience and qualifications to perform all dental surgery treatments. What is more, every time we preserve precision and professionalism to ensure a peaceful and friendly atmosphere in order to reduce patients’ stress.
Among surgical procedures performed in our clinic are:
Extractions – each tooth qualified for the extraction, regardless of the degree of damage, is removed in an atraumatic way. Our surgeons try not to damage the bone tissue during the surgery, which will provide an appropriate loge for the dental implant. It is worth remembering that after the first year of the tooth extraction a lot of bone tissue fades out. This is why, it is good to consider putting in the implant until 12 months after the tooth extraction surgery.
Wisdom teeth extraction: Surgical removal of wisdom teeth and teeth that are retained – Physicians in our clinic have an extensive experience in removing different, even the most complex anatomical wisdom teeth. The decision on the surgical removal of the wisdom tooth is made by the doctor when the tooth is:
- a frequent cause of inflammation and pain;
- causes a crowding of the other teeth;
- not suitable forroot canal treatment because of its’ locationandanatomy.
Endodontic Microsurgery – treatments are used in the case of complications after the root canal treatment. These include resection, hemisection and radectomy. Resection is the most popular procedure all of the above. It consists in cutting off the apex of the root, which is often the cause of inflammation. Very often the procedure is performed in conjunction with a cyst enucleation, i.e. cystectomy.
Endodontic Microsurgery – Hemisection deals with cutting off the half of a molar, which has been considerably damaged. Radectomy ,on the other hand, deals with cutting off the roots of the tooth. Currently, in the era of implantological development – hemisection and radectomy treatments are the conditional ways of saving the tooth.
PerioSurgery – In case when the conservative treatment methods fail, it is necessary to perform minor surgery within the soft tissue around the tooth. PerioSurgery includes open curettages, covering gingival recession, epithelial grafts etc.
Undercutting lip and tongue frenulum – These are the most common procedures performed at a young age. In the case of tongue frenulum – the undercut is indicated for any language disorders, which can cause many dysfunctions and problems with the correct pronunciation of syllables. Too short frenulum of the upper lip can be detected if there appears a symptom of so-called “pull syndrome”- that is fading of interdental papilla between the central incisors. Frenulotomia- undercut of the frenulum or total excision of the frenulum is not a complicated procedure and prevents formation of diastema between the incisors, and determines the correct positioning of the front teeth.
Presurgery and Preimplantation – include a range of surgical procedures like leveling bony spur and sharp edges of alveolar bone, which may result in the formation of painful pressure sores while using of removable dentures.
Often before putting in implants, it is necessary to rebuild the lost bone tissue. This treatment is called bone augmentation. The need for such a treatment is determined by doctors during the examiantion of condition of bone tissue with the help of dimensional CBCTs’ scanner. Nowadays, there is no need to use high doses for this type of research. In our clinic, we use tomography CBCT Morita, that allows us to see just what is needed for the future treatments (limiting the scope to the small cone-4cm 4cm). This study helps us to decide if there is a need for increasing the maxillary sinus. In many cases, the tomography shows 3D image of bone tissue around maxillary alveolar recess of oral cavity. What is more, it gives a new perspective to the doctor, who had previously relied only on traditional x-ray images.