ORAL SURGERY AND IMPLANTOLOGY
In addition to routine extraction of teeth in the dental office "Your dentist", apicotomy and implantation of dental implants are performed.
APICOTOMATION (resection of the root of the teeth)
Apicotomy is a surgical procedure that removes the tip of the tooth root with a thorough cleansing of the infection that has spread from the tooth into the jawbone. This intervention provides remediation and preservation of teeth that can not be cured exclusively by conservative therapy, otherwise they should be practiced. Apicotomy is performed under local anesthesia, so the intervention is completely painless.
The dental implant is a titanium screw that engages in the bone of a jaw and mates with it, and serves as a replacement for the root of the lost tooth. The procedure for recovering lost teeth with implants carried by crocheted bridges and bridges goes through several stages. After a clinical examination and analysis of 3D radiographic images by the implant, the implants are implanted into the bone, after which they wait from 3 to 6 months, until the implant is fully integrated into the bone. This is followed by the phase of setting up the superstructure on implants and taking prints for making crowns and bridges, and their setting is also the final phase of this process.
An insufficient amount of bone can be a contraindication for implant placement. In such cases, an additional surgical procedure of artificial bone extension (bone augmentation) is considered.