Dental surgery is any medical procedure that involves fixing the problems of the teeth, gums, mouth as well as jawbone. Dental surgery procedures include endodontic (root canal treatment), dental prosthetics (implant, denture, crown), orthodontic treatment, periodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery. Among these, impacted teeth extraction and wisdom tooth removal are the most common dental surgery procedures, which may be followed by prosthetic support fix. At our dental clinic, our professional dentist would examine and monitor your oral condition closely. When dental surgery is needed, our dentist will put forth the best treatment plan to ensure the most comprehensive outcome for resolving the dental or oral issues. Our dentists care for you even after dental surgery by providing step-by-step post-surgery care advice to promote recovery. Equipped with a complete team and advanced dental surgery tools, our dental clinic gives a better option for having dental surgery as compared to procedure at hospital. The dental surgery at our clinic is accompanied by local anesthesia and laughing gas is provided to reduce pain effects. Same day procedure is accomplished at our dental clinic so patients can return and have rest at home instead of the overnight stay required at the hospital.
Dental X-rays are images of your teeth that give comprehensive assessment of your oral health. This helps our dentist to identify dental problems such as tooth decay, cavities and impacted teeth. Dental X-ray imaging service is immediately available at our clinic. It is generally a safe procedure for everyone. However, pregnant women are not recommended to perform x-ray.
Wisdom Tooth Removal
At our dental clinic, appointment for wisdom tooth removal can be set on the same day as it is required following an oral examination. However, same day appointment is subject to slot availability at our clinic. In case of unavailability, a pain relief course will be given by our dentist to help ease pain.
Who needs to undergo dental surgery?
Dental surgery is the medical procedure that involves fixing the problems of the teeth, gums, mouth as well as jawbone. It is required when you have issues relating to your oral cavity in order to remove the root cause and prevent further damage or complication. This also helps to maintain healthy dentition leading to overall physical health.
Will I need a medical leave after a dental surgery?
The post-surgery course is usually influenced by the complexity of the dental surgery procedure. In most situations, the patient is advised to rest at home for a couple of days due to the occurrence of post-surgery discomfort and swelling. Our dentist will advise on the do’s and don’ts in details. Ultimately, the recuperative period will depend on the individual’s ability to heal.
Is dental surgery painful?
Similar to other medical surgeries, you will not feel pain during a dental surgery as anesthetic will be given at appropriate dose. You will feel no pain throughout the surgery while the surgery team operates on your oral cavity. You might feel painful at the operated area when the anesthetic subsides, but this is manageable with our professional care.
Regular dental check-up is important to prevent any mouth related disease and identification of early stages of oral cancer
Dental bridge is a false tooth that will replace your missing teeth so you can function like normal teeth
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment is intended to remove bacteria from infected tooth to save the tooth
Dentures are imitation teeth and gums that are fitted to the mouth to replace the expelled or fallen original teeth
Paediatric dentistry provides all types of oral services for children such as restorative care and minor oral medical procedures
Dental crown is mainly used to reinforce harmed teeth and also improve their shape, appearance and arrangement
Teeth whitening restores the colour of the teeth which makes you to have a confident smile
Teeth straightening is mainly used in amending crooked teeth to achieve good arrangement of teeth
Dental implant is an artificial tooth root that will be placed into the jawbone to support false tooth and bridge
Filling the portion of the tooth that has been removed due to cavity and also repair cracked or broken tooth
Dental X-rays are required to evaluate and determine the type of procedures needed. It has lower radiation exposure
Aesthetic dentistry helps to improve the general appearance of the teeth, mouth and the health of smile