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Oral surgery

Dental implants have revolutionized the replacement of the tooth with an artificial tooth.

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What is oral surgery?

Dental surgery is a complex branch of dentistry, designed to solve dental complications that can affect the health or proper functioning of teeth.


Oral surgery is, in turn, divided into several branches delimited by various problems that can affect a patient:


  • buccal-maxillo-facial surgery (BMF);
  • dental-alveolar surgery;
  • oro-maxillo-facial surgery (OMF);
  • periodontal surgery.

Among the easiest dental surgeries is tooth extraction, performed when a tooth can no longer be saved by standard dental procedures.


The following are the categories of dental surgeries:

  • molar extraction;
  • wisdom molar extraction;
  • canine extraction;
  • included canine extraction;
  • incisor extraction.



What is a dental implant?

Dental implants have revolutionized the replacement of the tooth with an artificial tooth. The dental implant is made of titanium and can have a cylindrical, smooth or conical shape. The most sought after among patients are those with cylindrical shapes because they are the same as the natural dental root.


Currently, the dental implant is the most used and most efficient method of replacement of the missing tooth because the integration of the implant in the bone through osseointegration is considered the most natural method. In addition, it can be used both to replace a tooth (crown) and in the case of several teeth (bridge or prosthesis).


How is a dental implant made?


The dental implant is not a difficult or painful process and is done in several stages:


  • The first stage is the surgery in which the screw is placed in the collarbone to support the work, and this is done after a local anaesthesia.
  • After the healing period, the implant will be evaluated to determine the success of the integration, and in the final phase the works on the implant are performed.
  • In the last phase, the designed dental work will be made, which, depending on the patient, can be a dental crown, a dental bridge or mobilized prostheses.


Causes and effects of dental implant

The dental implant ensures optimal stability of the jaw without damaging the teeth and you do not have to replace it in too short a time.


The lifespan of an implant is between 10 and 20 years and for this you must follow the dentist’s instructions, including regular check-ups and professional hygiene at least twice a year.


The dental implant can improve your life quality and give you confidence. Smile is the business card of every person and it is important to turn to an experienced dentist to have one of the most beautiful and healthy smiles.

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