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Surgical Dentistry Options

Modern advanced dental technology includes a wide range of surgical dentistry options and other procedures that are designed to correct abnormalities, injuries, or diseases. The good news is that modern oral surgery is highly successful, safe, and offers very effective ways of minimizing or completely eliminating pain. Surgical procedures are often used for a wide range of conditions or patient-related problems. For example, an impacted wisdom tooth is certainly a good candidate for dental surgery procedures. In addition, everything from gum grafting to dental implants and a root canal may require some degree of oral related surgery. 


Extensive Additional Education and Training


Extensive Additional Education and Training 


Those with jaw or teeth type injuries may find that surgical dentistry is the best solution to the problem. Of course, talking with your dental care provider is the best way to know for sure whether or not you should be referred to an oral surgeon. Keep in mind that those that specialize in oral surgical procedures have gone through extensive additional education and training to provide patients with the very best in care. Whether it is gum disease or simply repairing a jaw that has been broken in an automobile accident, it is clear that surgical dentistry is a vital and important part of overall dental care. 


Remove Excessive Tissue


Remove Excessive Tissue 


There are many other reasons why someone may require surgical dentistry. For example, those with sleep apnea have discovered that certain medical procedures can actually help considerably with the condition. Most understand that sleep apnea is a sleep disorder with serious consequences. Whether an individual chooses to use a mouthguard or a unique machine that is designed to keep the airway open at night, surgery may be the best option for some patients. Surgical procedures may be necessary to remove excess tissue that is located at the back of the throat. This ultimately results in a clear airway and significantly reduces the symptoms associated with sleep apnea. To learn more about surgical dentistry options and all that it offers contact your Pinole dentists, Azadeh Hosseini, DDS, and Ghazal Hosseini, DDS at Top Pinole Dental today. 


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