Dental Clinic
It deals with all kinds of tooth extractions, especially those requiring surgical procedures, impacted teeth, tooth root resections, implant applications, the treatment of cystic and tumoral formations in the jaws, the treatment of lesions in soft and hard tissues in the mouth and jaw fractures.

Reasons of Tooth Extraction:

– Severe bone loss
– Caries or root tip lesion that is too large to perform root canal treatment
-For orthodontic purposes due to stenosis of the jaw
-Impacted teeth

Impacted teeth

Teeth that cannot take their place in the mouth for various reasons, although it is time to erupt, are called “impacted teeth”. Even if these teeth are partially erupted (semi-impacted), extraction is more appropriate. Because, depending on the food accumulation, they cause inflammation in the gums around them, caries and bad breath in the tooth in question or in the adjacent teeth, and crowding in the existing teeth. Precautionary shots are recommended before they cause problems.

Extraction is recommended for impacted teeth that have never erupted (fully impacted), as pathological formations such as cysts and tumors may develop in the surrounding tissues, and may cause root resorption due to compression on the roots of neighboring teeth.

Jaw Fractures

It can occur when the lower and upper jaw bones are hit suddenly and severely. The physician should be told in detail how the fracture occurred. X-rays of the jaw taken from different angles may be requested. A very detailed clinical examination should be performed. In fractures, the lower and upper jaws must be fixed to each other with wires. For treatment, an operation may be recommended depending on the condition of the jaw fracture.

Intraoral Wounds

Signs of important systemic diseases can be seen primarily in the mouth. Even if these intraoral lesions do not cause you any discomfort, you should definitely be examined by the dentist.