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What is Oral Surgeries?

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Oral Surgeries

Oral surgeries are specialized dental treatments aimed at addressing complex issues involving the teeth, gums, and jaws. These procedures are typically performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeons who have specialized training in both dental and surgical techniques. Below are some common types of oral surgeries, their purposes, and what patients can expect during and after these procedures:
Common Types of Oral Surgeries Tooth Extractions
Simple Extractions: Removal of teeth that are visible and easily accessible, usually performed under local anesthesia. Surgical Extractions: Removal of teeth that are not easily accessible, such as impacted wisdom teeth, which often requires making an incision in the gum and may involve removing bone. Wisdom Teeth Removal
Extraction of third molars that are impacted or causing problems such as pain, infection, or misalignment of other teeth. This is a common procedure often performed under local or general anesthesia. Dental Implants Placement of titanium posts into the jawbone to serve as anchors for replacement teeth. This involves an initial surgery to place the implant and a subsequent period of healing (osseointegration) before attaching the final prosthetic tooth. Bone Grafting Procedures to rebuild bone in the jaw where it has been lost or is insufficient to support dental implants. Bone grafts can come from the patient (autografts), a donor (allografts), or synthetic materials. Jaw Surgery (Orthognathic Surgery) Corrective surgery to address misalignment of the jaws, which can improve chewing, speaking, and overall facial symmetry. This may involve repositioning the upper jaw, lower jaw, or both.


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    • Dentist: A general dental professional who diagnoses and treats dental issues, provides preventive care, and performs restorative procedures like fillings, crowns, and extractions.
    • Orthodontist: A specialist in correcting teeth and jaw alignment issues, often using braces, clear aligners, and other orthodontic appliances.

    Frequency: It's recommended to visit the dentist every six months for a routine check-up and cleaning. However, some individuals may need more frequent visits depending on their oral health needs.

    • Dental Fillings: Materials used to restore the function and integrity of a tooth that has been damaged by decay or trauma.
    • Indications: Fillings are needed when a tooth has cavities or minor fractures.
    • Definition: A procedure to treat infection or inflammation of the tooth's pulp (nerve and blood vessels).
    • Process: The infected pulp is removed, the inside of the tooth is cleaned and disinfected, and then it is filled and sealed.

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