The primary purpose of modern dentistry is to prevent the loss of teeth. These days, dentists do their best to protect natural teeth in the mouth because the loss of even one tooth has negative effects in general dental health and appearance.
For people with severe oral diseases, sometimes doing the procedures mentioned above are not enough. There are times when a dental surgeon needs to do a root-end resection, which involves removing the apex of a tooth a surgically removing the diseased material.
Surgery of Impacted Wisdom Teeth
The last teeth to break through the gums are the third molars. They generally start to emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. If they break through in the correct position and do not damage the surrounding tissues, there is no problem for them to remain in their place.
Extraction may be necessary if they cause damage to a tooth already bonded to the jawbone or they are in an abnormal position.
Reasons for Puling Teeth
There is a case of decays too large to be treated or restored,
Advanced periodontal (gum) diseases,
Infection and abscesses in the dental roots cannot be treated,
Badly positioned teeth are not in order or are in front or behind the normal teeth line,
Teeth and tooth roots are broken and cannot be restored.
What is Abscess and Cyst Operations (Apical Resection)?
Dental implants are used to replace teeth after tooth loss. The dentist inserts a small titanium screw into the jaw at the site of the missing tooth, which serves as the support for a crown. These implants are almost indistinguishable from the surrounding natural teeth, and once the bone and supporting tissue fuse to the implant, they are permanently secured into place. Patients need to practice diligent oral hygiene during the implant placement period to clean plaque and food debris from the area.