Oral surgery includes interventions that affect the teeth, soft tissue or jawbone. One focus of our practice is the insertion of dental implants.
We have a lot of experience in surgery and are careful and careful. These factors in conjunction with modern treatment technology help to carry out interventions as minimally invasive, gentle and painless as possible for you – for us this is as important as the success of the treatment itself.
Painless treatment / general anesthesia: For pain-free treatments (e.g. for anxiety patients), we offer general anesthesia in addition to local anesthetic, if requested and indicated.
Our goal is to keep your natural teeth as old as possible. However, this is not always possible and a tooth may have to be removed.
With wisdom teeth, removal is essential if, due to lack of space, these teeth can lead to various complications such as tooth shifting, cysts, abscesses and other problems. In some people, however, wisdom teeth can stay in the mouth.
We use surgical microscopes to perform tooth removal more precisely and as minimally invasively as possible. Healthy tissue is protected and wound healing is accelerated.
Despite the greatest care, inflammation of the "tooth nerve" does not heal in all cases after one or more root canal treatments. With a root tip resection, the tooth can still be preserved in many ways. To do this, the tooth root is shortened by a few millimeters and inflamed bone tissue in the vicinity of the root tip is removed.
Treatment with surgical microscope: We use high-performance surgical microscopes for the treatment. Magnifying optics contribute to an enormous improvement in the quality of the root tip resection.
- Treatment quality: The implementation with the help of microscopes ensures, among other things, a higher edge tightness of the root filling and the optimized germ reduction in the treatment area for a greatly improved quality.
- Minimally invasive: The greatly enlarged representation allows the wound to be kept to a minimum and the procedure to be carried out gently and less unpleasantly for you. In addition, any side effects are significantly reduced.
Correcting lip or tongue bands that are too deep or too tight is necessary for several reasons.
Sometimes they "pull" on the gums, causing gum retraction. Even a gap between the incisors (diastema) is favored. In children, both language development and sound formation can be negatively influenced. The movement of the ribbon when opening the mouth makes it easier for bacteria to get between the tooth and gums. This can lead to chronic inflammation such as periodontitis.
We remove or shorten the ligaments with a small microsurgical intervention.
If teeth either remain completely in the jawbone or grow out at an angle, we speak of retained and relocated teeth. It is not always necessary to remove these teeth immediately. Depending on the positioning of the tooth, exposure can be carried out with subsequent orthodontic treatment.
A surgical crown extension can be used, for example, if a crown or larger filling is to be used and the natural tooth crown is actually too short for this. It is used to prevent gum irritation, inflammation or damage to the jawbone. However, this therapy is extremely rarely indicated in dentistry.
During the treatment, we gently remove a little bone and, if necessary, some gums around the tooth root. In this way we achieve an indirect extension of the tooth crown.
In addition, there are aesthetic reasons for lengthening the crown, for example if there is a lot of gum visible when smiling. However, this procedure is extremely rare.
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