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Flap Surgery

When gum disease (periodontitis) develops, your teeth are in danger: At this stage, the ligaments and bone tissue that surround them are being destroyed, and you could even begin losing teeth! If the disease can’t be controlled by nonsurgical treatments like cleaning and scaling, then periodontal flap surgery may be your best treatment option. Flap surgery is typically done after giving local anesthesia, a small incision is made to separate the gums from the teeth. The outer gum tissue is gently folded back to give access to the roots and the supporting ligament and bone tissue.Next, the inflamed gum tissue can be removed, and the tooth roots can be cleaned; if needed, the area may also be treated with antibiotics or other medications. Bone defects can be repaired with grafting material, and proper regeneration of the periodontal ligament can be encouraged by physical (barrier membranes) and chemical (growth factors) methods. Finally, the incision is closed and the procedure is completed.


IMPACTIONS Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth to come into the mouth (erupt). Most people have four wisdom teeth at the back of the mouth two on the top, two on the bottom.Impacted wisdom teeth can result in pain, damage to other teeth and other dental problems. Because they’re hard to clean, they may be more vulnerable to tooth decay and gum disease than other teeth are. Impacted wisdom teeth that cause pain or other dental complications are usually removed. It causes Red or swollen gums, Tender or bleeding gums,Jaw pain, Swelling around the jaw, Bad breath, An unpleasant taste in your mouth, Difficulty opening your mouth.

Oral & Maxilofacial Surgery

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery are the treatment of a broad range of disorders affecting the facial complex and skel-eton, including the jaws and oral cavity.Contemporary training in both medicine and dentistry enables oral & max-illofacial surgeons to treat conditions requiring expertise in both fields. These include a range of common oral surgical problems (eg. impacted teeth, dental implants), jaw and congenital facial disproportion, facial trauma, oral cancer, salivary gland disease, temporomandibular joint disorders, and various benign pathologies (eg. cysts and tumours of the jaws). Surgery to align the jaws, also known as Orthog-nathic surgery, is used to treat problems associated with overgrowth, undergrowth, disproportion and asymmetry of the jaws and facial skeleton.


LASERS which are extremely focused light beams, to alter or remove tissue in small amounts. Laser surgery is not limited to dentistry, but many people have never heard of laser dentistry before having it done. Dentists use lasers in a variety of procedures involving the inside of the mouth, be it to remove overgrown tissue, to reshape the gums, or to whiten teeth. Sometimes, laser dentistry is ideal for children who become anxious or afraid when having dental work done.

Benefits of Laser Dentistry

• Patients are less likely to require sutures

• Anesthesia may not be necessary

• The laser will sterilize the gums, making infection less likely

• Less damage to gums shortens the healing time

• Patients lose less blood than traditional surgery


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