Painless tooth extraction at Jesionowa Dental Clinic.
Tooth extraction at Jesionowa Dental Clinic is not associated with pain. Thanks to the development of a specialised surgical protocol called Minimally Invasive Surgery, which involves, among other things, the use of the best available anaesthetics together with ultrasound technology, we remove teeth painlessly. The Minimally Invasive Surgery programme is all about eliminating the effect of overheating the bone, reducing bleeding or injury to the soft tissues during tooth extraction.
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This is a tooth extraction procedure. In our office, the entire operation is carried out using precision instruments designed to dislodge and dislocate the root of the tooth, so that we do not forcibly extract teeth. Before each killing, the doctor will inform the patient thoroughly about the type of anaesthesia and the plan of the procedure.
Operative extraction of a retained tooth
Thanks to the use of local anaesthesia, the procedure is painless and the patient may only experience discomfort due to a feeling of pressure and distension. The procedure requires chiselling to incise and expose the gum around the tooth. Once the tooth becomes visible, the surgeon removes the bone plate with a drill, providing access to the tooth.
The procedure is performed on multi-rooted, molar teeth that are damaged or broken, periapical lesions have appeared at their roots and endodontic treatment is no longer possible. Usually the teeth are inflamed, so it is necessary to separate them and remove the root along with part of the tooth crown.
Root tip resection
Indications for the procedure include: teeth with periapical bone lesions to poorly converted root canals, unhealed inflammatory lesions of the tooth root after endodontic treatment, or an inflammatory lesion in the area of the apex of the tooth root after aesthetic restoration in the form of a root-canal post and prosthetic crown.
a procedure that raises the sinus floor and increases the amount of bone tissue to allow implants to be inserted in areas of bone deficiency. It involves placing bone substitute material over the bone defect so that bone growth can be achieved - the dentist will be able to insert an implant of the correct length.
platelet-rich fibrin, which is obtained by centrifuging the patient's peripheral blood and extracting its central part - the fibrin clot - from a test tube. It controls the healing processes, speeding them up and creating new blood vessels at the defect site, and reduces the effect of postoperative swelling.
Bone regeneration using bone grafts
The procedure makes it possible to restore bone tissue in people who have suffered bone loss. The treatment consists of placing bone substitute material in the reconstructed area and covering it with a barrier membrane. After a few months, the material is remodelled into the patient's own bone tissue, into which dental implants can be inserted.
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