Buried tooth Removal: If the buried /impacted tooth is in a difficult position, it has to be removed through a minor surgical procedure. There is a chance of getting dental decay or gum disease if a buried/impacted tooth is not removed on time. This minor operation can be done under a local/ general anaesthesia.
Broken tooth removal: Dentist surgically extracts a tooth broken off at the gumline after loosening the tooth with dental instruments.
Retained tooth removal: When the retained tooth is very close to the nerve canal or in the line of fracture of bone, it is difficult to remove it. In this case, a dental surgeon can remove it with a simple surgery.
REMOVAL OF WISDOM TOOTH
Wisdom tooth removal involves a minor surgical outpatient procedure in which one or more of adult teeth located at the extreme back corner of the mouth is extracted. Tooth extraction is the best option if the impacted wisdom tooth causes pain or infection. In certain cases, the wisdom tooth is removed in order to prevent a potential future problem..
REMOVAL OF CYST
Cysts in the mouth are usually seen in the jaw region, especially inside portion of the lower lips, gums and on the inner cheeks. When the usual treatment for the cyst fails, doctors suggest surgical removal of it. Cyst removal surgery is conducted after injecting steroid into the cyst for reducing inflammation and accelerate healing process
Apical surgery is intended to prevent bacterial leakage from the root-canal system into the periradicular tissues by inserting a tight root-end filling. Surgery is necessitated by unrestrained bacterial infection past the root canal system- where the embedded bacteria colonize on the outside of the root or in the surrounding adjacent bone
REMOVAL OF SMALL SOFT TISSUE
Oral soft tissues include the lips, cheeks, tongue, floor of the mouth, soft palate, and palatine tonsils. When oral tumors affect soft tissues such as the gingiva or alveolar mucosa, surgeons perform soft tissue grafts. Usually, this surgical procedure is suggested to prevent gum recession, improve look of the tooth, cover exposed root or prevent problems in the future.
REMOVAL OF ORAL MUCOCELE
Mucocele is a mucus-containing cyst lesion found in the mouth. If detected early mucoceles can be cured with non-surgical treatment methods. Surgical removal of mucocele is a commonly adopted method to treat mucoceles. Sometimes some adjacent minor salivary glands are also removed in the surgery to help to prevent spilling of the cystic content which may be responsible for a future recurrence.
Dento-alveolar surgery covers :
Bone material removal & reshaping
Soft tissue repair
Removal of noncancerous lesion/cysts
Enhancement of the alveolar bone
REMOVAL OF ORAL RANULA
A ranula is a cyst formed in the mouth under the tongue. This condition occurs when on of the salivary glands in mouth that produces saliva is damaged or injured and saliva leaks out into the tissues situated near to the gland forming a fluid bubble called ranula. Usually, the ranula may disappear naturally. If it doesn’t go away, then it has to be removed surgically. Open surgical procedure drains the ranula and remove the diseased gland.
A frenectomy — sometimes called a frenulectomy — is an oral surgery procedure that treats lip-tie or tongue-tie. During the procedure, your surgeon cuts or modifies a frenum (also called frenulum) — a band of connective tissue that joins two areas.
Frenectomies can be an important part of orthodontic treatment when a long or short frenum is causing tooth or jaw displacement.
Benefits Of Receiving A Frenectomy :
Can help to reduce pain and discomfort from gum recession
Will eliminate the gap between the two front teeth