Oral surgery

  • Tooth extraction
  • Wisdom tooth surgery
  • Resection of the root apex
  • Cyst removal
  • Bone graft (replacement)
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Services

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Tooth extraction

By this dental intervention we mean simple (classic) or more complex tooth extractions. It is usually performed next to local anaesthesia and the teeth are removed in a few movements.

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Wisdom tooth surgery

Wisdom teeth cause problems for many people throughout their lives. People who often have an inflamed or decaying wisdom tooth may want to have it extracted so that it does not cause problems in the future.

Gyökércsúcs resectio

Resection of the root apex

Root apex resection is the last option to save a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment. If it is possible to perform the root canal filling correctly, but still there is inflammation or a cyst at the apex of the root,…

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Cyst removal

Cysts are foci in the body. They are a pocket formed by bacterial mass, which is lined with epithelium to allow the body to defend itself against pathogens and prevent them from entering the bloodstream.

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Bone graft (replacement)

Many patients put off having their teeth getting treatment, and the necessary dental procedures and possible extractions as well until the bone itself, which would have served as a supporting bone in the event of a tooth implant, is damaged.

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Tooth extraction

By this dental intervention we mean simple (classic) or more complex tooth extractions. It is usually performed next to local anaesthesia and the teeth are removed in a few movements. At the patient’s request, conscious sedation can be used. One or several teeth may be removed, there is no limit to the number of teeth that can be extracted at one time. However, there may be cases where the amount of anaesthetic used means that it is not possible to perform the procedures on both sides at the same time.

Wisdom tooth surgery

Wisdom teeth cause problems for many people throughout their lives. People who often have an inflamed or decaying wisdom tooth may want to have it extracted so that it does not cause problems in the future. There are basically two ways to have it removed:

  1. if there is adequate access, the tooth can be removed with a pliers after anaesthesia.
  2. If the tooth is decayed, broken, fragmented or has other complicating conditions, an oral surgeon can remove it properly.

The tooth is removed under anaesthesia and the patient feels no pain during the procedure. In all cases, at least one panoramic X-ray is required before the procedure, and in some cases a CT scan may be required as an additional measure to assess the risks.

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Gyökércsúcs resectio

Resection of root apex

Root apex resection is the last option to save a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment. If it is possible to perform the root canal filling correctly, but still there is inflammation or a cyst at the apex of the root, a simple surgical procedure lasting about ten minutes is used to remove the end of the root of the tooth, clearing out the cavity of the inflammation as well.

The procedure is important if you want to save an existing dental bridge or replacement – due to an inflamed tooth – preferably without replacing the crown or tooth abutment. The success of the intervention depends to a large extent on the previously prepared root filling.

Cyst removal

Cysts are foci in the body. They are a pocket formed by bacterial mass, which is lined with epithelium to allow the body to defend itself against pathogens and prevent them from entering the bloodstream. It is essentially a chronic, painless lesion, but occasionally it can swell and become painful due to acute inflammation.

There can be several causes of cyst formation, in dentistry in most cases it is caused by necrosis of the dental pulp. The intervention required is usually root canal treatment. Given that the pathogens originate from the inside of the tooth, cleaning it out leads to a reduction in the size of the cyst. If this is not enough, or if the cyst is too large, it is surgically removed, possibly by drainage, to make it easier for the body to fight off the pathogens.

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Csontpótlás

Bone graft (replacement)

Many patients put off having their teeth getting treatment, and the necessary dental procedures and possible extractions as well until the bone itself, which would have served as a supporting bone in the event of a tooth implant, is damaged. The first step in detecting this is to take a panoramic CT scan. On the basis of this scan, the dentist will decide whether bone replacement is necessary and whether to proceed.

Bone grafting is done if there is not enough bone available for an implantation. In this case, we increase the volume using different, individual techniques. After successful bone grafting, the implant can be placed in this replaced layer and the tooth replacement process can begin. In most cases, 4-6 months must pass for healing to be complete after the bone graft, but in other cases the bone graft itself can be carried out at the same time as the implantation. This can depend on many things, such as the patient’s build, habits, gender, medical history, etc. We prefer to avoid bone grafting whenever possible. In all cases, implantation is best when the patient’s own living bone is used. The material of the bone substitute can be synthetic, human or animal, but the most important thing is that it is a lifeless bone. Therefore for about a year after implantation, there is no proper circulation in it, which could otherwise give a chance for infection.

The potential risk is on average 20%, depending on the case, but in very extreme cases it can be up to 60%. However, there is no doubt that for many patients, a tooth implant without a bone graft would be completely out of the question.