Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is done in the mouth (on the teeth, mucosa, and other tissues) to fix or remove diseased parts of the body. Oral surgery procedures are usually done at the same dental clinic. They don’t usually require big procedures so they can be done with local anesthesia.Oral diseases and jaw and facial surgery are dental specialties that a dental surgeon practices. The dental surgeon mainly treats diseases and abnormalities of the mouth and face. In doing so, he does not only focus on hard tissues such as teeth, the jaw, and a facial skeleton. Our expert dental surgeon operates on soft tissues such as skin, mucous membranes, and salivary glands at Virginia Dental Care.

Types of Oral Surgery

One of the most frequent oral surgeries is the one applied to extract wisdom teeth, which is indicated mainly when there is pain. However, surgery to remove wisdom teeth is also recommended if there is an infection, cyst, or lack of space in the jaw for all teeth. Other oral surgery interventions are:

  • Complex dental extractions.
  • Jaw cysts are taken out.
  • Biopsies.
  • Pulling the roots of the teeth out of the bone.
  • Prosthesis implants and brace surgery are indicated for children with limited lip and tongue mobility due to having too large the membrane that holds the tongue from the bottom.

 

What can you expect?
  • The dental surgeons at Virginia Dental Care perform the following treatments, among others:

    • Surgical procedures in and around the mouth. Consider, for example, the removal of wisdom teeth or interventions on the gums.
    • Implantology. The dental surgeon places implants in people with missing molars or problems with their dentures. This is called oral implantology. The surgeon works with dentists who specialize in making prosthetic devices on the implants, such as crowns, bridges and prostheses.
    • Surgical jaw correction. In collaboration with regional orthodontists, the oral surgeons also surgically adjust the size or shape of the jaws. The orthodontist places the teeth in the correct position with braces. The dental surgeon puts the jaws in the correct position with an operation. 
    • Snoring and OSAS. Dental surgeons measure MRA braces in patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS). 
    • And further:

    Trauma: In the event of an accident, dental surgeons treat facial injuries, such as fractures of the face or injuries to teeth. 

    Jaw joint complaints: Dental surgeons also help with complaints of pain in chewing muscles and jaw joints.

     

 

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Types of Oral Surgery

If you have problems with your jaw, teeth, or your face, you can contact our dental surgeons. Our surgeon can perform several types of oral surgery procedures. Some of them are:

1. Dental Bone Graft

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is when the tissues in the back of your throat relax and block your airway while you sleep. We successfully treat OSA using conventional techniques such as oral appliance therapy or CPAP use.

2. Periodontal Surgery

This surgery involves making incisions along your gum line and temporarily repositioning gum tissue. Your surgeon will clean your tooth roots, washing away plaque and bacteria under your gums. The gums are relocated and sutured.

3. Orthognathic Surgery

This operation could be suggested to improve how a person chews, fix misalignment, or treat facial abnormalities. TMJ dysfunction can cause pain, which can be alleviated with corrective jaw surgery (TMD).

4. Sleep apnea Surgery

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) happens when the tissues in the back of your throat fall back and restrict your airway during sleep. We treat OSA well with conservative approaches, such as oral appliance therapy or CPAP.

What care should a patient have after oral surgery?

The most important thing to do after the intervention is to take the medicine that was given to you and follow the instructions for how to care for the compression and how to eat. For the first two hours after oral surgery, it’s important to follow the aftercare instructions, such as using cold packs instead of ice and being careful about what you eat.If you follow these few practical tips, the outcome of the surgery—a small-scale oral surgery clinic—will be much better.”In a partnership built on trust, we’re dedicated to giving you the best care possible. “Visit us to know the leaders in oral and maxillofacial surgery in Quebec.”Get in touch with us for a consultation if you need wisdom tooth removal or impacted tooth extraction, implant placement, gum disease, joint pain, jaw deformity treatment, or a screening.