For some patients, surgery (including implantations including bone augmentation and periodontal surgery) is associated with uncomfortable feelings. Therefore, a careful approach and a treatment that is as pleasant as possible for you are as important as the success of the therapy itself. We also want you to be in top shape again quickly.
For example, we offer services such as codes of conduct for the OR to download or direct telephone access after an intervention.
We carry out “normal” as well as more complicated tooth removal using modern, gentle surgical methods and can thus avoid or reduce discomfort or pain.
Our note: The resulting tooth gap should soon be closed with suitable dentures in order to avoid long-term problems such as misaligned teeth.
Wisdom teeth: In some people, wisdom teeth can stay in the mouth. However, if they lead to problems or problems are foreseeable in the future, they should be removed. We carefully consider such factors in every patient.
Root tip resection is often the last option to preserve a tooth and may be necessary for the following reasons:
- Inflammation at the root tip does not heal completely, even with careful root canal treatment.
- There is renewed inflammation on teeth that have already been treated with roots.
During the treatment, we remove a few millimeters of the root tip and the surrounding inflamed tissue.
If the ribbon is too tight or too high, the following problems may arise:
- They exert tension on the gums and sometimes cause gum retraction or a gap (diastema) between the incisors.
- The train also makes it easier for bacteria to get between the tooth and gums. This often leads to chronic inflammation such as periodontitis.
- The tongue is then sometimes not flexible enough, which can impair language development in children.
We remove or shorten the ligaments with a small microsurgical intervention. We use modern laser technology. As a rule, this enables scar-free, painless and bleeding-free treatment.
If teeth remain in the jawbone or are placed at an angle in the jawbone and would therefore grow out crookedly, exposure is necessary. To do this, remove soft tissue and, if necessary, some jawbone. Then they can be orthodontically integrated into the dental arch. Often these are canines. As a rule, these have a good chance of being integrated healthy and in the correct tooth position.
This treatment can also help prevent inflammation or the development of tumors.
Particularly practical for you: We offer you the exposure of the relocated tooth and the orthodontic setting on the same day, from a single source and without changing the practice. Treatment is therefore carried out without delays, can be scheduled more easily and has a better chance of success.
Do you have any questions about treatment? Gladly! Make an appointment for a consultation.
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