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Here you can find detailed information about all the oral surgery procedures, which are free of pain at our clinic.

Surgical removal of teeth with complex problems

When around the roots of an infected tooth significant bone destruction is observed and even the root canal treatment does not offer long-lasting solution, the surgical removal of the tooth is inevitable. The removal of teeth and their roots are considered routine dental procedures. So despite the complexity of the case, it is still considered a low-risk intervention.

Assuming there is no chance to easily remove the tooth because a fractured inaccessible root, or because it is still hidden under the gum, surgical removal remains an alternative.

Our philosophy at Saint Lucas SPA Dental clinic is to save the tooth whatever it takes. However, this cannot succeed every time especially in complex situations when keeping the tooth carries unnecessary risk for you.

For instance when:

  • due to a massive caries the tooth is so badly damaged that the pliers would easily break the crown while pulling it out
  • the shape of the roots are splayed or curved
  • the root is fractured in the middle or on the tip of the root
  • the tooth is stuck in the jawbone and gives no sign of break-through

In such conditions what you need is an experienced surgeon who can safely remove the tooth minimizing the risks.

At Saint Lucas SPA dental clinic there are two skilled and highly experienced dentoalveorlar surgeons at your service to treat you quickly and effectively.

Dr. Ruszin and Dr. Nagy are looking forward to meeting you on a free consultation.
Call us on the +36 1 790 3282 and request an appointment. 

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What problems can be solved with oral surgery?

Despite its frightening name oral surgery is very useful in many different cases. Procedures of this category are indispensable to regain healthy bite functions and that make us possible to live a quality life.

How can you find out if you need surgical treatment or how can you get reassurance and professional answers to your questions?

Oral surgical treatments are indispensable parts of a sequence of complex procedures. These treatments are necessary to save the teeth or insert dental implants to replace missing teeth. 

Bone reconstruction for implantation

Today dental implantation is the best available way to replace missing teeth. In certain anatomical circumstances implantation is not a real option. Insufficient volume of native bone may well be an example of ineligibility.

What long-term negative health consequences occur if you do not have missing teeth replaced for a long time?

From feedbacks of our patients we know that many people believe that replacing missing tooth is only a matter of aesthetics. From a purely professional point of view this is untrue. In fact, we consider anatomical aspects first and foremost when making suggestion for implant treatment. Aesthetics are equally important thus we put great emphasize on them, too. The difference is that while aesthetics are well-known and noticeable, anatomical concerns are hardly prominent and their consequences often remain hidden.

Removal of tooth roots to prevent the development of and to eliminate cysts

It often occurs during the extraction of teeth that a part of the root remains in the bone. This may function as a source of infection in the future.

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