Dental problems with happy endings

The experience gained in the surgical approach to difficult cases helps us find the least painful long-term solution for the patient. From dental extractions to complex surgery, our dentists help you regain your dental health. And also to overcome your fear of pain.

There are many cases where things cannot be solved with a filling. When a dental surgery is needed to get rid of the sick tooth and infection, we come up with the right solutions for the patient, which will allow him to regain his ability to chew effectively on the troubled side. Solutions can be from the implantology or prosthetics area, depending on how the area looks like sometime after surgery.

Types of dental operations

Extraction of impacted teeth

The wisdom tooth, or how we like to call it – the most stubborn tooth, is often the one that poses the biggest problems. From angulation the tooth to paradontal problems, the third molar is often on the list for extraction. The situation gets complicated when the angulation of the molar is in the direction of the root of the neighboring tooth and requires maxillo-facial surgery. Whatever the situation is, you can rely on us to solve it.

Sinus lifting lateral / crestal

Sinus lifting is not an aesthetic procedure, though the name makes you think it is. In fact, it refers to the procedure of lifting the sinus membrane.

When you have pulled molars or premolars for many years, the jaw bone reabsorbed and becomes insufficient to allow a dental implant. In the maxillary bone, there are empty cavities called sinuses, the membrane of which must be raised slightly to allow bone addition and the subsequent implantation.

Bone Augmentation (Guided Regeneration) - GBR

The dental implant needs a sufficient volume of bone to be insert. There are cases in which the patient suffers from bone loss due to aging, dental caries, trauma, periodontal disease, infections or missing teeth.

An effective technique for regenerating the maxillary bone is guided bone reconstruction, also called GBR. Bone addition materials such as xenografts, autographs and PRF or A-PRF membrane materials are used in this procedure.

Types of dental surgery

In any type of surgery, there are two main factors that matter - the physician's experience and the medical equipment used. Fortunately, we have both - doctors with a vast experience of dental interventions, and also state of the art equipment and dental materials. These allow us to perform interventions with minimal pain, a higher safety degree, and a much reduced healing period.
  • Dental extractions for impossible to save teeth
  • Apical resection for roots that have suffered a trauma or were not properly cleaned
  • Extraction of benign tumorous formations (maxillary cysts)
  • Artificial bone augmentation of the alveolar ridge

Frequent questions about dental surgery

For many of our patients, both children and adults, the needle is a fear factor. Fortunately, we have the perfect solution!

For them, we use anaesthesia with a needle-free syringe, which uses a small high-pressure jet that penetrates the skin without the need for needles. Thus, everything happens instantly, anaesthesia takes effect sooner, and the patients bypass the needle phobia.

A complete or partial wisdom tooth may cause damage to the neighbouring teeth, and the area can have a higher risk of infection. A partially erupted third molar may cause inflammation and cavities because it is more difficult to clean, and food debris and bacteria can easily accumulate in that area.

Yes, we take care of small patients and help them make room for permanent teeth by extracting baby teeth quickly and painless.

As in the case of adults, every 6 months, children need to come for a check-up to make sure their teeth stay nice and healthy.

In a total or partially included wisdom tooth, the first sign that something is wrong comes in the form of redness, swelling or bleeding of the gum, pressure sensation, and clogged pain coming from the back of the mouth.

These are clear signs of an inflammation or infection in the tooth area.


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