Dental Surgical Procedures

Dental surgical procedures encompass a wide range of interventions that address various oral health issues, from extractions and dental implants to gum surgery and corrective jaw surgeries. These procedures are essential for maintaining oral health, treating dental conditions, and improving the aesthetics and functionality of the mouth. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore dental surgical procedures, including common types, the surgical process, recovery, and their importance in achieving optimal oral health.

Surgical Extractions

Surgical extractions are complex dental procedures for the removal of difficult-to-extract teeth, such as impacted or severely damaged ones. 


Dental impactions occur when teeth cannot emerge normally due to obstructions, alignment issues, or space constraints. Common types include wisdom teeth and canines. Impactions can cause pain and infection. 

Tooth Factures

Tooth fractures, caused by trauma or decay, vary in severity. Symptoms include pain, sensitivity, or visible damage. Treatment depends on the fracture’s extent and may involve bonding, crowns, root canals, or extraction.

Jaw Factures

Jaw fractures, often caused by trauma, result in pain, swelling, and difficulty in mouth movement. Treatment includes immobilization through wiring or surgery. Recovery varies but can take several weeks to months. Prevention involves protective measures and safety awareness in high-risk situations.

Pre-Prosthetic Procedures

Pre-prosthetic procedures are crucial steps taken before fitting dental prosthetics. They include oral evaluation, necessary surgeries, extractions, oral health optimization, and precise measurements. These procedures ensure the prosthetic fits well and functions effectively.

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