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Oral Surgery is a renowned and experienced Oral surgeon can easily and flawlessly offer oral surgery in Dubai whenever you as a patient needs it the most. The following are some of the procedures that belong to this category.
Wisdom teeth removal
- Sometimes, the third molars do not have the space needed to erupt and as a result, remain retained in the jaw. When this begins to cause pain and swelling in the gums or if they are linked with cysts, you need surgical help to aid you in this dilemma.
- Wisdom teeth erupt between 17 to 25 years of age. If they happen to be totally submerged under the gum, they are called “impacted”. If they are only partially covered by the gum, they are called “semi-impacted”.
- Wisdom teeth removal involves the extraction of these third molars when they begin to cause infection, pain, tumors, and damage to other teeth.
- Surgical extraction is the process of removing a tooth through gum incision, sectioning the tooth into two or more pieces, cutting the bone and providing stitches.
- If a professional recommends you head to an oral or maxillofacial surgeon, they do so to ensure the tooth is removed only by the best in the business.
- Surgical extraction requires some kind of sedation or anesthesia and the time taken to perform this procedure generally depends on the thickness of bone surrounding the tooth, the position of the tooth, the physical health of the patient and the length and curvature of the roots.
An incision is required for tooth extraction when gum tissue covers the tooth. The same goes for in case the bone covers part of the tooth. In this case, the surgeon removes bone so that the tooth is exposed for extraction.
Operculectomy to tackle pericoronitis
Acute pericoronitis is one of the most frequently occurring conditions with third molars. This condition generally affects you when the molars are beginning to erupt but remain partially contained by the gum or bone. This acts as a breeding ground for bacteria which causes inflammation and infection.
Some of the most common symptoms of this condition are fever, difficulty opening your mouth, lymphadenitis (swollen nodes) and dysphagia (trouble while swallowing).
This is a surgical process wherein professionals work to close the gap between the front central teeth (median diastema) that leads to a lower insertion of the labial frenum. The removal and new insertion are performed in a stress-free and easy way.
A pathological cavity having fluid contents is known as a cyst. Treatment involves removal (enucleation) of these cysts by taking out the entire cystic lesion. Cysts are a more frequent occurrence in the jaw than in any other bone. Since teeth generally form within a sack, there are times when this sack expands and grows. This causes a cyst formation around the wisdom tooth. If neglected, it only expands and damages the bone as well as other anatomical structures. Sometimes even the third molars get affected as tumors begin to form in the jaw.
Surgical tooth exposure
When your teeth are mal-positioned or you suffer from retained teeth, orthodontic traction is the most common treatment for this condition. Professionals perform this procedure usually on canines. Surgical tooth exposure is required, with the help of brackets, to address to make sure they obtain correct positions again.