Oral Surgery

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Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is a vast field to treat many diseases, injuries and defects in the head, neck, face, jaws, and the hard and soft tissues of the oral(mouth) and maxillofacial(jaws and face) region. Before any surgical procedures, past and present medical history of the patient is taken in to consideration along with the consent of the patient.

Oral surgery includes:

Teeth that cannot be saved due to various reasons pathology are opted for extraction or removal. It may be simple or sometimes minor surgical procedure is involved to remove the tooth or part of tooth.

Oral Surgery A wisdom tooth or third molar is the most distal and one of the three molars per quadrant of the human dentition. Wisdom teeth generally appear between the ages of 17 and 25. Most adults have four wisdom teeth but it is possible to have fewer or more, in which case the extras are supernumerary teeth. Wisdom teeth commonly affect other teeth as they develop, becoming impacted or "coming in sideways". They are often extracted when trouble occurs.

The lack of space to allow the teeth to erupt, results in a risk of periodontal disease and caries that increases with age.

Problems caused by Impacted Teeth:

Treatment

Wisdom teeth are often removed surgically under local or general anaesthesia depending on the case.

Soft Tissue Surgery

Soft tissues in the oral cavity sometimes have pathology like minor cyst, congenital deformities, high frenal attachment, tongue tie etc.are operated for normal function of mouth. Soft tissue surgeries are operated by surgical method or using laser technique.

Cyst & Tumours Removal Treatment

There are a number of developmental cysts and tumours that are related to the jaws and the specialized organs that lead to the development of teeth that are often asymptomatic. Many times these types of pathology are detected by the careful clinical and radiographic (x-ray) examination that is performed routinely by your dentist. These can also be detected by patients because of growth of the jaws, changes in the bite, loosening of teeth, and pain in the jaws or any other number of symptoms that should prompt patients to seek evaluation by a dental surgeon.
Treatment for a benign cyst or tumour depends on its type and its size. In many cases, the surgeon will advise removing a benign cyst or tumour. If your surgeon decides that removal is not necessary, the cyst or tumour will probably need to be monitored.

Sports Injury Treatment

We live in a sport minded society where even non participants recognize that athletes are the integral part of the culture. Millions of individual's compete in some type of organized or un organized sport activity and in doing so they are at risk of various types of injuries. Dental and facial traumas are the most common sports related injuries.

Sports dentistry has two components
(1.)  Prevention of oro-facial injury
(2.)  Treatment of oro-facial injury

Apicoectomy,Biopsy,Pre-prosthetic surgery are also available in The Dental Hub. We have wide experience to provide such advance dental treatment with guaranteed results. Here you can get some more idea.

Apicoectomy

An apicoectomy is a procedure to save the tooth. Sometimes pathology is beyond the root apex due to untreated long time dental trauma, tooth abscess, periapical cyst, open apex of roots of tooth etc. in this procedure, the root tip is removed and retrograde filling in the root canal at apex is done. Sometimes, bone grafting required is done with this procedure.

Biopsy

Biopsies are the important diagnostic tool for the diagnosis of lesions ranging from simple periodical lesions to malignancy. Planning prior to performing, a biopsy is essential. A biopsy helps in screening of early stage cancer.

Pre-prosthetic Surgery

Pre-prosthetic Surgery is a procedure to prepare your mouth before your dentist places prosthesis (complete or partial dentures). Your denture will sit on the bony ridge. In order to ensure the denture fits well in your mouth and feels comfortable, the bone and tissue area must be the appropriate shape and size. When a tooth is extracted, the area beneath the extracted tooth may be left uneven or jagged. This bone may need to be reshaped or levelled. Sometimes, the bone may need to be removed.

Pre-prosthetic Procedures
(1.)  Removal of excess bone
(2.)  Removal of excess gum tissues
(1.)  Bone ridge reduction
(2.)  Bone levelling and reshaping

Facial Trauma

Dental surgeons are highly trained, and skilled to evaluate and treat facial trauma. Naturally injuries to the face bear a lot of physical and emotional trauma.

Causes Facial Trauma

There are several causes of facial trauma, such as sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, interpersonal violence, accidental falls, and work-related injuries.

Following are types of Facial Injuries Treatment

Soft tissue injuries are repaired by suturing with the goal to ensure the best cosmetic results and that your facial nerves, salivary glands, and salivary ducts are intact and functioning properly.

Fractures to the bones in your face are treated similarly to fractures in other parts of your body. The form of treatment is dependent on the location and severity of the fracture, your age and general health. A cast is often used when an arm or leg is fractured, but since a cast cannot be placed on your face, we have other methods to stabilize facial fractures.

Sometimes jaws are wired together for fractures to the upper and/or lower jaw. Other types of jaw fractures are treated by surgically placing small plates and screws at the injury site. This technique is often favoured because jaws do not need to be wired together and can still allow for necessary healing. This type of procedure allows patients to return to normal function quickly.

Dental surgeons commonly treat fractures in the supporting bone to the injured teeth, or replanting teeth that have been knocked out or displaced. These injuries are treated by a number of forms of splinting (bonding or wiring teeth together). If your tooth is knocked out, it should be placed in salt water or milk to keep it healthy.

Oral Surgery Ortho-gnathic surgery:   Ortho-gnathic surgery is called as corrective jaw surgery. It corrects minor and major dental and skeletal abnormalities. Corrective jaw surgery includes the corrections of misaligned the upper and lower jaws and teeth, and often other structures such as the chin and cheek bones. The primary goal is to correct the function, improve speech, chewing and breathing.

Congenital deformities (Cleft lip/palate):   Cleft lip/palate are variations of type of clefting congenital deformity caused by abnormal facial development during gestation. A cleft is a fissure or opening-a gap. It is the non fusion of the body's natural structures that form before birth. A cleft lip/palate can be successfully treated with surgery, especially so if conducted soon after the birth of early childhood period.

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