Endo Surgery Or Apicoectomy
When Inflammation Or Infection Persists In The Bony Area Around The End Of Your Tooth After A Root Canal Procedure, An Apicoectomy Is Performed
Oral Surgery Procedures
Oral Surgery Procedure Is Used To Fix Fractured Jaws And Broken Facial Bones.
Oral Cancer Treatment
Oral Cancer Treatment Includes Surgery And Radiation Therapy. In Some Cases, Chemotherapy May Be Required.
Maxillofacial Prosthetics Is The Rehabilitation Of Patients With Defects Or Disabilities That Were Present When Born Or Developed Due To Disease Or Trauma.
Laser Gum Surgery
Laser Gum Surgery Is A Tissue-Preserving, Regenerative, And Bone-Building Procedure To Treat Periodontal Disease.
Laser Depigmentation Is One Way To Remove The Dark Pigments.
Laminates Are Wafer-Thin, Custom-Made Shells Of Tooth-Coloured Materials Designed To Cover The Front Surface Of Teeth To Improve Your Appearance.
Jaw surgery, also known as orthognathic surgery, corrects irregularities of the jaw bones and realigns the jaws and teeth to improve the way they work.
Flap Surgery Is A Technique In Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery Where Any Type Of Tissue Is Lifted From A Donor Site And Moved To A Recipient Site With An Intact Blood Supply.
Pit And Fissure Sealant
Dental sealants, also termed pit and fissure, are a dental treatment intended to prevent tooth decay.
Inlays And Onlays
Dental Inlays And Onlays Are Used When Old Fillings Need To Be Removed Or Replaced. A Dental Inlay Is Similar To A Filling And Fits Inside The Cusp Tips (Top Edges) Of The Tooth. A Dental Onlay Is More Extensive And Extends Over The Cusps Of The Treated Tooth.
An alveolectomy is a surgical dental procedure that aims to remove some or all of the alveolar bone that surrounds a tooth.
A Space Maintainer Is An Appliance That Is Custom-Made By A Dentist Or Orthodontist
Post And Core
A Post And Core Crown Is A Dental Restoration Done When There Is An Inadequate Amount Of Tooth Tissue Remaining To Maintain A Conventional Crown.
A dental restoration or dental filling is a treatment to restore the function, integrity, and morphology of missing tooth structure resulting from caries or external trauma as well as to the replacement of such structure supported by dental implants.