Mouth surgery

Minimally invasive mouth surgery.

With present techniques, the tendency is to perform mouth surgery with a minimal aperture and therefore the least possible trauma for the patient. We achieve better results, less post operatory discomfort and shorter recovery times.

In the field of dental implants, we have computer case planning on the basis of a dental CAT, which in many cases avoids the use of so-called minimally invasive techniques, where implants are fitted using local anaesthetic through the surgically intervened gum.

Wisdom teeth, back teeth included or retained.

This is one of the most frequent cases in our clinic, the removal of wisdom teeth in a bad position avoids or resolves problems of potentially dangerous infections and tooth stacking due to the compression produced by these retained or included back teeth. No more than 5% or 10% of the population have no kind of problem with their wisdom teeth.

Canines included.

These come in behind included or retained wisdom teeth in frequency, and their surgical extraction is sometimes recommended. Other times the surgery is intended to exert traction from the outside to stimulate the eruption of this included incisor, without which help it could not come out.

Endodontic surgery.

When an endodontic treatment, also known as killing the nerve, fails to cure the tooth, we can apply microsurgery to the end of the infected roots in order to eliminate them and the infection with them, and thus keep the tooth in the mouth.