Maxillofacial & Oral Surgery

An apisectomy is a surgical procedure that places a filling in the end of the root and removes any infected tissue from around the tip.
Abnormal soft tissue or bone specimen taken
Removing donor bone and transplanting bone to recipient site
Removal of soft tissue or bony cysts
Loose and broken teeth are removed with dental forceps

frenectomy is the removal of a frenulum, a small fold of tissue that prevents an organ in the body from moving too far.

A gingival graft, also called gum graft or gum plastic surgery, is when the gum tissue is grafted. A very thin layer of skin is taken from the palate. The aim may be to cover exposed root surfaces or merely to augment the band of keratinized tissue
Implantology is the branch of dentistry dedicated to dental implants. The dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is inserted into the jawbone (either the maxilla or the mandible). It often takes the form of a screw that is composed of titanium or titanium alloy.
A procedure for attachment of gold/silver chain for traction and to expose impacted teeth
A pulpotomy is when the inflamed pulp chamber, usually on a baby molar, is removed, the area is sterilized, and the chamber is sealed. It is sometimes called a baby tooth root canal, but it’s not really a root canal and it can be done in some cases on permanent teeth
Surgery that adds bone to your upper jaw in the area of your molars and premolars. It’s sometimes called a sinus augmentation. The bone is added between your jaw and the maxillary sinuses, which are on either side of your nose

Wisdom teeth extractions / removal of impactions Wisdom teeth usually emerge from your gums between the ages of 17 and 24. … Having your impacted wisdom teeth surgically removed(extracted) can relieve these symptoms. It may be possible for your dentist to remove your wisdom teeth, or you may be referred to an oral surgeon.

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