Painless tooth extraction in Hungary
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We offer the full range of oral surgery interventions at our clinic from a simple tooth extraction through implantation to bone graft surgeries.
|Tooth extraction||from € 55|
|Surgical tooth extraction||€ 80|
|Wisdom tooth extraction||€ 145|
|Root extaction||€ 50|
We make your daily life painless with the following dental surgical interventions:
Tooth extraction, root removal
When it comes to dental procedures, tooth extraction — or having teeth “pulled” — is among patients’ most dreaded prospects. Tooth extraction involves removing a tooth from its socket in the jaw bone. Before your dentist considers extraction, every effort will be made to try to repair and restore your tooth. However, sometimes it’s necessary.
Wisdom tooth removal
Wisdom teeth are the last molars on each side of the jaws. As wisdom teeth are the last permanent teeth to come through there is often not enough room left in your mouth to accommodate them. This can lead to impacted wisdom teeth – teeth that are trapped beneath the gum tissue by other teeth or bone. If teeth are impacted, swelling and tenderness of the gum may occur and antibiotics may be prescribed to ease the inflammation.
Wisdom teeth that only partially emerge or come through crooked may also lead to painful crowding and disease. Food and bacteria can get trapped around the edge of the wisdom tooth, causing a build-up of plaque, which can lead to tooth decay, gum disease, cellulitis or other problems.
Sometimes, the roots of your tooth have good support and are healthy, all but one are free of decay. When the dentist recommended a root resection: the oral surgery involved amputating one of your tooth roots, the damage, dead dental root.
A dental cyst is a sac of tissue in your gums that has some kind of foreign body stuck inside it. It is a form of inflammation that develops after the dental pulp dies off. It grows as the old pulp material starts to wear out. As the cyst develops, the bone structure around the tooth will feel an extreme amount of pressure. It could eat away from the bone and weaken it. This requires a proper treatment as soon as possible.
Sinus-lift and sinus closure
A sinus lift is also known as sinus augmentation, which increases bone in the molar area. In most cases, individuals who have lost their teeth suffer from a smaller or narrower sinus cavity that doesn’t leave any room or enough bone for implant insertion. In most cases, the sinus lift procedure will be performed prior to a dental implant, but in some cases, both procedures may be performed at the same time.
At its most basic description, a sinus lift adds bone to the upper jaw bone in the molar or pre molar areas in order to make it thicker.
The dental bone graft is an additional procedure that becomes necessary in some cases of dental implants. A bone graft is only called for when there is no sufficient jawbone to hold the dental implants steady. The jawbone is designed to have sufficient bone in it since it is also what naturally holds the teeth. Unfortunately, the bone can be surprisingly vulnerable when faced with certain problems.
For example, if you lose a tooth and neglect it for a long time, the gums may recede and there may be bone loss. Aside from that, some gum diseases also lead to bone loss. There are also natural cases wherein the lack of bone in the jaw area is an inborn trait. In such circumstances, bone grafting often becomes necessary.
In basic terms dental implants are a man made and manufactured alternative to the natural root of your tooth. Generally speaking implants are made from high specification dental and medical grade titanium. The amazing thing is that the human body does not recognise titanium as a foreign object, this means the dental implant will totally integrate with the natural surroundings of your jaw.
The dental implant is placed into the jaw where your natural root used to be, on top of this we create a natural looking replacement for the tooth.
The overall result is that no one would know you have ever had a tooth missing.