Surgery

The surgical procedures in our clinic vary from simple to complex. If the most common one is tooth extraction the complexity can increase according to the needs of each patient. At Diadent Clinic, the medical staff guarantees guidance for selecting the optimal treatment, depending on your medical history and clinical situation.

 

All surgical procedures represent maneuvers with a high degree of risk, therefore a correct technique, performed by an experienced clinician, in a clean space with sterile instruments are absolutely necessary for the success of the treatment and the avoidance of postoperative complications.

At the end of any operation, each patient in our clinic receives a list of indications and contraindications and is monitored by the surgeon in first few days following the intervention, to ensure a quick and correct healing process.

The complete list of treatments available at the Diadent Clinic:

 

Sinus Lift (elevation of the maxillary sinus)

is a surgical procedure that aims to increase bone tissue in the posterior areas of the upper jaw (around upper molars and premolars) sacrificing some volume of the maxillary sinus. The purpose of this operation is to create enough bone tissue to insert dental implants that will replace the lost teeth.

                                                        

Bone Additions – supplementation with bone tissue when the existing bone is too thin to support a dental implant.

 

Tooth extraction

A very common surgical procedure is the extraction of the last molars (wisdom teeth). These are the last teeth scheduled to erupt on the arch and because of this, most of the time, they don’t have enough space for the eruption to occur and therefore remain in the bone.

Pathological eruption directions of the wisdom tooth can be:

  * horizontal eruption

  * reverse eruption

In both cases extraction of the tooth is necessary.

Alveoloplastic extraction – is a surgical intervention that preserves the remaining alveolar bone and levels the areas of irregular bone in order to promote the stability of future mobile prostheses.

 

Classic apical resections / Laser apical resections – Surgical removal of a portion of the root of a tooth that presents periapical lesions. The apical resection is usually done after a failed root canal treatment, following which a granulation tissue appears (infection) at the root of a tooth

 

 

Periodontal surgery: Reattachment of the gum to the tooth

  Decreasing periodontal pockets

Alveolar bone modeling

Gingival Remodeling Techniques (read more)  -> periodontology

 

Pre-prosthetic surgical treatment – all the surgical procedures necessary to prepare the oral cavity for prosthesis. (read more)  -> prosthodontics

 

Laser gingivoplasties / Laser gingivectomies – the removal of a portion of the gum around one or more teeth, respectively the correction of the shape and position of the gums. (read more) -> periodontology

 

If you have questions regarding the surgical treatment, we are at your disposal with all the necessary information for a final result that is as satisfactory as possible