Oral surgery

We specialise in oral surgery to treat diseases, defects, and injuries of the oral cavity and teeth.

Oral surgery is a specialised branch of dentistry.

Dental extraction

Most common reasons for dental extraction

The primary reason for dental extraction is irreversible damage caused by injury, tooth decay, or periodontal diseases. The wisdom teeth and problems related to them may also require the extraction of teeth. Moreover, it is sometimes necessary to extract teeth during orthodontic treatment, or to remove roots that are curved or have been left in the jawbone.

Wisdom teeth are among the most frequent dental extractions. The most common reasons for extracting wisdom teeth is a lack of space in the jaw and incorrect position, due to which the wisdom teeth fail to erupt through the gum into the dental arch correctly and become impacted. The specific position of wisdom teeth in the jaw also
presents many complications, such as infection and subsequent inflammation of
the tissues around the teeth, pain, and restricted opening of the mouth. The position of a tooth and its growth can cause damage to neighbouring teeth. That’s why we generally recommend extracting wisdom teeth, especially when they can’t grow into their correct position. Wisdom tooth extraction is typically best at a younger age, when the characteristics of the surrounding bone tissue are better suited to the procedure. In many instances, wisdom tooth extraction can prevent inflammation and other related complications.

Surgical procedures

Treating inflammation of the mouth, jaws, and adjacent tissues

The most common serious complications caused by dead teeth or impacted wisdom teeth.

The best prevention is proper care of the teeth and oral cavity as well as timely
extraction of wisdom teeth if they can’t grow into their correct position.

Root tip resection and retrograde filling of the root canal

These procedures are most commonly performed when infection in the root of the tooth can’t be suppressed by means of nonsurgical (orthograde) treatment.

In such cases, inflammation and cysts can occur in the jawbone surrounding the root tip and require surgical removal. At the same time, a resection (separation and extraction) is typically performed on the root tip, which is the most abundant source of
bacteria. The root canal is then retrogradely (from the end up) filled with a special material called MTA. Teeth treated in this manner often remain fully
functional for years to come.

Cyst removal

The most common type of cyst occurs at the apex of the root of a tooth and is caused by infection in an untreated or insufficiently treated root canal. Prior to removal of such a cyst, the tooth must be treated endodontically.

Another common type of cyst is a follicular cyst, which is most frequently associated with a partially erupted wisdom tooth. A follicular cyst is removed together with the
wisdom tooth. Untreated cysts grow larger over time, can push dental roots apart, and weaken the jaw, making it prone to fracturing. Because cysts can become infected and, in rare cases, can even experience malignant transformation, they must be removed.

Tooth autotransplantation

In this procedure, the dentist transplants one of the patient’s own teeth (most commonly a wisdom tooth) to a location in the mouth where a tooth is either already missing or has been extracted just prior to the transplantation.

In some cases, a tooth transplanted in this manner can fully substitute the missing tooth, thus eliminating the need for a dental implant. Approximately two weeks after
the procedure, the autotransplanted tooth is treated endodontically and fitted with a prosthetic crown.

Corrective jaw surgery prior to dental prosthetic treatment

Corrective surgery of bone and surrounding soft tissues is performed to give dental prosthetics greater stability and retention while significantly improving their functionality.

We offer this procedure because there are many things in life that can lead to considerably irregular loss (atrophy) of jaw bone. Removable dental prostheses cause painful pressure sores and don’t always stay in place, often coming loose when the
wearer is chewing or making mimical facial movements.

Removal of minor growths from the oral cavity and lips

We remove a wide variety of both nontumourous and tumourous (benign only) growths from the gums, oral mucosa, and lips.

Trauma surgery

We use modern methods to treat all types of injuries to the teeth, oral cavity, and the alveolar bones.

“At our clinic, we perform the full range of outpatient oral surgeries.”

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Types of anaesthesia

We perform all the surgical procedures described on this website using the best possible anaesthesia.

In addition to effective local anaesthesia, an injection of analgosedative can be administered to calm your nerves. The procedure is then much more pleasant, and once the local anaesthetic wears off, the onset of pain is delayed, and its intensity is reduced.
We’ll be happy to provide you with our prices during a personal consultation, and you can also request more information by using our contact form.

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+420 702 029 924
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‍584 01 Ledeč nad Sázavou
Czech Republic

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