Simple Tooth Extraction
Simple tooth extraction is the removal of decayed tooth, with long standing infection that can’t be treated by all other dental process.
Odontectomy Removal of Impacted Tooth
Odontectomy is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of impacted tooth or teeth that failed to erupt in the oral cavity either because of limited space, position or even delayed eruption. Most common impacted tooth are the third molars. Difficulty of treatment varies depending on the position of the impacted teeth. The procedure can be done either in office or in a hospital setting.
Alveoloplasty is a surgical procedure done to smoothen the alveolar ridge bone and to remove bony specula that causes pain and tenderness either after extraction or before denture fabrication.
Apicoectomy also known as tooth end surgery, is usually done when an infection develops or persists even after root canal treatment and retreatment. The procedure involves the removal of infected tissue and infected root end, sealing of the root tip and closure. Follow-up dental radiographs are performed.
Frenectomy is a surgical procedure that involves the excision of a thick, tight or large band of tissue called a frenum. Frenectomy can help resolve cases where a frenum is positioned in such a way that it interferes with the proper alignment of the teeth and constricts the movement of the tongue or lips that may cause speech problems in the future.
Bone and Self Tissue Augmentation
Bone Augmentation (Bone Grafting) is done when there is not enough bone to hold the implant either vertically or horizontally. It is also indicated in the presence of bone defect either vertically or horizontally that might prevent and affect implant integration in the future.
Sinus Lift is a type of bone augmentation procedure that increases the height of your upper jaw by lifting the sinus membrane and filling the space created with bone.