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

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.

Infectious disease is a phenomenon in which the disorder of a particular organ or system of organs emerges from a remote point where the original infection comes from. Chronic inflammatory conditions that generate disease are often called cyst.

The cyst itself is usually asymptomatic, and not painful. Infection develops slowly and we might well be unaware that an abnormality is emerging.

In cysts pathogens pile up and by getting in to the blood flow they colonize the less resistant parts of the body, hence develop diseases. That is why it is very important to remove these roots and to eliminate the different sources of cysts in time. This way cyst will not trouble the prosthetic works.

Surgical removal of broken roots from the bone is subject to their position. The procedure requires special knowledge therefore it is carried out by an experienced surgeon. Thanks to the efficient local anaesthesia the treatment is not painful.
Because destructive activity of cysts is invisible, they are indeed serious threats to our health.

Whenever you experience a sign of infectious cyst do visit Saint Lucas SPA dental clinic for a free consultation to avoid further problems.

Our experienced oral surgeons Dr. Ruszin and Dr. Nagy are looking forward to meeting you and to discovering and eliminating the sources of your cyst, and to removing the broken pieces of roots.

Call us on the +36 1 790 3282 and request an appointment for a free consultation. Prevent the formation of cysts and the development of more serious health issues.

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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.

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. 

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.

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.

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