Assistance from the jaw surgeon may be necessary when a complex procedure is involved: removal of a broken or very damaged tooth, removal of wisdom teeth, hemisection, implant placement, sinus lift or bone augmentation. For your comfort, we suggest that each procedure is carried under local anaesthesia, computer anaesthesia or sedation (so-called sleep).
Extensive tooth decay
Badly broken teeth
Bone loss in your jaw
Benign oral pathology (noncancerous lumps or bumps)
Extraction of baby and permanent teeth
Surgical extraction of retained teeth
Removing wisdom teeth
Apical root resection
Bite on a sterile gauze pad for 30 minutes after the procedure
Regularly take medications prescribed by your doctor
Cool the mouth by applying compresses, sucking on ice cubes and drinking cold drinks
Take care of oral hygiene
Use a very soft toothbrush for the first week
Use the prescribed antiseptic fluid
Inform the surgeon about all disturbing symptoms
Remember about regular check-ups
All procedures in the field of dental surgery are performed under local anaesthesia
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